From Interstate 93: Take Exit 23 and follow Route 104 East towards Meredith for 6.6 miles. Turn left onto Winona Rd (first set of traffic lights) and proceed 3.6 miles. Turn right onto Hawkins Pond Rd and proceed 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Piper Hill Rd; the trail head is on the right in 0.6 miles.
From Meredith (intersection of Rt 3 and Rt 25): Take Route 3 north for 0.8 miles. Turn right onto Jenness Hill Rd and proceed 1.3 miles (Jenness Hill Rd becomes Bartlett Hill Rd after 0.7 miles). Turn left onto Waukewan Rd and proceed 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Piper Hill Rd; the trail head is on the left in 1.6 miles.
The Fogg Hill Trail is a moderate 2.0 mile round-trip trail with an elevation gain of 370' that passes by an active beaver pond where beaver, woodpeckers, and other wildlife may be seen. Beyond the pond the trail climbs at moderate grades to the wooded, 990' summit of Fogg Hill which is marked by a split granite boulder. In winter when the leaves are off the trees there are limited views of the Belknap Range to the south. Signs of moose are seen in many places along the trail where they have scraped bark from the trees beside the trail. The Fogg Hill Trail is blazed in yellow.
The Bear Pond Trail is a level 0.2 mile round-trip trail that passes through rich forest with a small stream and wildflowers on its way to Bear Pond. The trail may be wet in the spring or after heavy rain. It departs from the Fogg Hill Trail 0.1 mile from the parking area and is blazed in blue.
The Bog Trail, which terminates at private property, is a moderate 1.2 mile round-trip trail with some short, steep sections. It departs from the Fogg Hill Trail 0.9 miles from the parking area and is blazed in orange.
For more information on this property and others managed by the Lakes Region Conservation Trust, or to become a member, please refer to their website at lrct.org.
Lakes Region Conservation Trust
PO Box 766
Center Harbor, NH 03226
Check for nearby geocaches to Fogg Hill.
Leave No Trace Principle
Leave What You Find
Avoid the introduction or transport of non-native species. Use local firewood from within 50 miles and clean, drain, and dry water equipment when moving between water bodies.