Outdoor Adventures in NH's White Mountains
Biking Year Round
Mountain Biking : 20+ miles of riding, from advanced singletrack to rail trail. Coös Trails are developed and maintained in Moose Brook State Park and beyond by the Coos Cycling Club.
Road and Gravel: Options for scenic loops, hill climbs, rides of varied length through the White Mountain National Forest and along the Androscoggin River.
Winter Biking: Groomed fatbike trails spanning from the Hub to downtown Gorham. Winter biking is extremely condition dependent so be sure to call us for a current trail report.
Find maps and ideas at http://cooscyclingclub.org
Hiking & Snowshoeing
Short hikes and snowshoeing right out the door, and just minutes from these popular trailheads in the northern White Mountains
- Appalachia Trailhead
- Rattle River/Mt. Moriah and Appalachian Trail
- Randolph Mountain Club Trails
- Pinkham Notch
Miles and miles of trail.
Details of our favorite routes coming soon!
Backcountry nordic trails on the property, or an easy drive to
- Jackson Cross Country ski Trails (23 miles)
- Great Glen (10 miles)
- Bear Notch (33 miles)
- Bretton Woods Nordic (29 miles)
A short drive to many of New Hampshire and Maine's best resorts including
- Wildcat (13 miles)
- Black Mountain (25 miles)
- Attitash (29 miles)
- Bretton Woods (29 miles)
- Sunday River (31 miles)
- Cranmore (32 miles)
- Cannon (36 miles)
Local volunteers have been working closely with Granite Backcountry Alliance to create and maintain some solid earn-your-turns skiing in Gorham and the surrounding area. Bring your skins and ask us about these hidden gems.
- Bill Hill Glade
- Crescent Ridge Glade
- Doublehead Ski Trail