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Bear Pond Trail offers a wonderful opportunity for wildlife viewing. The low-lying land is moose habitat.

Bear Pond Trail bears right from Five Summers Trail approximately .5 mile from its beginning near Mill Pond. This trail is a 1-mile cut-through to Monadnock Sunapee Greenway Trail. The low-lying land offers a great opportunity to spotting a moose. The area is thick and can be overgrown making it difficult to follow the trail. The path heads due west and is easy to negotiate when traveling with a compass.

Directions: From Goshen, NH, Pillsbury State Park is located along SR 31 a few miles north of Washington and several miles south of Goshen. Pass the park contact station and travel to Mill Pond. Hike the spur road on the northwest side of the pond.

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Moderate

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Pillsbury State Park, New Hampshire

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