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Table Rock Trails

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Within Dixville Notch State Park, these trails offer an impressive waterfall as well as a thrilling hike to Table Rock, which offers spectacular views from atop the cliffs.
Trail Activity
Hiking Snowshoeing
2.40 miles, Network
Dixville (NH)
Packed Earth/Dirt, Gravel/Crushed Stone/Cinder, Rock/Ledge
Permitted on leash


Huntington Cascade & Three Brothers Trail (#59)
From the trailhead it is only 0.2 miles to Huntington Cascades, two horsetails falls of 18 and 50 feet high. From the falls the Three Brothers Trail continues 1 mile to a trail junction with a spur trail on the right that leads to a scenic view point, and another 0.1 miles beyond that to Table Rock itself, just beyond the next trail junction, to the right.

Table Rock Climbing Trail 
The shortest route to Table Rock, this trail is only 0.2 miles in length. Precipitously steep, it is a fun climb but not recommended for descent or when the rocks are wet.

Table Rock Trail (#50)
This trail offers a more moderate hike up to Table Rock, 0.7 miles from the trailhead on NH-26.


Other Information

This hike is part of the Cohos Trail.

Trail Manager

For more information, visit the New Hampshire State Parks website for Dixville Notch State Park, the Cohos Trail Association website or contact:

Cohos Trail Association
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New Hampshire State Parks
New Hampshire State Parks
172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-3556
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Trail Tips

Plan Ahead and Prepare
Be prepared for extreme weather. Bring rain/wind gear, warm clothing, and matches/fire starters.

Trailhead Information

From the east, the trailhead to Huntington Cascade and Three Brothers Trail is located at a parking lot in Dixville Notch State Park 9.7 miles along NH-26 from NH-16 in Errol. From the west, it is 11.8 miles along NH-16 from US-3 in Colebrook. Look for the State Park Cascade Brook Picnic Area Sign.

To access the steep Table Rock Climbing Trail, go 0.9 miles further west on NH-26 (or 0.9 miles less if heading east). The parking for this trail is at the pull-off with the "Entering Dixville Notch State Park" sign.

The Table Rock Trail is accessed from a pull-off from NH-26 - 11.5 miles west of Errol and 10.1 miles east of Colebrook, NH.

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