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Pisgah State Park is the largest state park in New Hampshire. It offers over 13,000 acres for man and animal.

This 5.4 mile blue-blazed hike is a very pleasant easy journey through New Hampshire's largest state park. The trail is open year-round and offers sights of woodland ridges, deep cool ravines, placid ponds, countless rhododendron and lush blueberry bushes. About .8 mile, the trail intersects with Pisgah Mountain Trail. If you follow this trail a short distance, it intersects with Baker Trail which is known for its abundant blueberry bushes. Also, this pleasant walk travels past several prime wildlife viewing areas. The Kilburn Loop trail is used by cross-country skiers during the winter months.

Directions: From Keene, NH, Travel approximately 11 miles west on SR 9. Turn south onto SR 63 and travel a little over 4 miles, passing through the tiny burg of Chesterfield. (You may see Pisgah trailhead signs. This is NOT the Kilburn Loop Trail.) Look for a small gravel parking lot with signs for Kilburn Loop Trail.

Elevation Gain: <200 feet

Distance: 5.4 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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