Hiking in Mt. Vernon this January from the 24th Onwards
Local Residents of Mt. Vernon Take to the McClellan Walking Trails
The McClellan Walking Trails is a short hike through woodland grounds that treats outdoor enthusiasts to some excellent views as well as cascading waterfalls. The trails are open all year round, with the local governance regularly plowing the marked trails for easy access during the winter months. Residents of Mt. Vernon can take a short drive up to Lyndeborough to take part in this trail event that is open from January 24th onward. There is ample parking in the nearby lot, and the trails end at the lower part of the Purgatory Falls. During the winter period, visitors can take part in cross country skiing. Many of these trails are maintained thanks to dedicated volunteers who work on New Hampshire public pathways throughout the year.
- Local trail guidebooks are purchasable from the planning division of the City Hall for $7.00
- Camping, Fires, and Motorized Vehicles are prohibited from use on public trails
- COVID regulations are enforced with a minimum social distancing of six feet when using the tracks.
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