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Hikes & Nature Walks

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Below are several recommended hikes around Sunday River's eight peaks and expansive base area.  Choose the hike that looks best to you, or feel free to head out on the ski trails and create your own adventure.

A- Maine Road 2.7 miles-Easy
Start at South Ridge Lodge, passing the Magic Carpet lift and the North Peak Condominiums, or start at the base of the North Peak lift. Follow a work road to the base of Aurora Peak or Jordan Bowl.

B- Lolapalooza 1.2 miles-Difficult
Start at the Jordan Grand Hotel and follow the Lollapalooza ski trail to the top of Jordan Bowl for incredible views of the Mahoosuc Mountains and New Hampshire's Presidential Range.

C- Way Outback 1.0 miles-Easy
Start at the Jordan Grand Hotel, taking Maine Road down the Lollapalooza ski trail. Just before reaching the base of the Jordan Bowl Express lift, turn left and follow a dirt road back to Monkey Brook Road and back up to the hotel.

D- Sensation /Backside 0.4 miles-Moderate
The Sensation ski trail provides the easiest access to the Peak Lodge on North Peak from the base of Aurora Peak. The Backside and Polaris ski trails create a loop from Sensation or the Peak Lodge.

E- Three Mile /Jungle Road 2.0 miles-Moderate
From the Peak Lodge on North Peak follow the Three Mile ski trail to the top of Barker Mountain. Optional extension on Jungle Road to Locke Mountain and Bim's Whim to White Cap. Views from each summit.

F- Roadrunner 1.4 miles-Moderate
Start at South Ridge Lodge or Grand Summit Hotel and hike in either direction. From South Ridge follow a work road under the Chondola to Barker Lodge, then continue on Roadrunner ski trail to White Cap Lodge and up to the Summit Hotel.

G- Ravine Trail 2.5 miles-Difficult
Start at Grand Summit Hotel or from the Maine Road trail and hike in either direction. Follow signs along ski trails and through wooded sections exclusive to hikers.

H- South Ridge Loop 0.4 miles-Easy
Start at South Ridge Lodge and hike in either direction, starting up the work road under the Chondola or up the Maine Road hiking trail.


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