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Take River Road north from Route 10.  The property is on the right-hand side 0.6 miles from the intersection with Route 10. Limited parking is available at the River Road trailhead.


The Jim and Evalyn Hornig Natural Area at Lower Slade Brook is a 36-acre conservation area, offering a quiet retreat with easy walking terrain next to Slade Brook. From Moose Mountain to its mouth at River Road on the Connecticut River, Slade Brook’s banks are undeveloped and graced by convenient hiking trails through varied forestland. The Conservancy’s protection of this property ensures that Lower Slade Brook will always be a pristine environment for people to enjoy and where native flora and fauna can flourish.

Currently connections to other trails in the area are not maintained.

Trail Manager

Visit Hanover Conservancy online for more information and a printable map or contact:

Hanover Conservancy
71 Lyme Road
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: (603) 643-3433


Courtney Dragiff June 11, 2015, 3:21 pm EDT

Courtney Dragiff

2015 marks the 10th anniversary of conserving this beautiful parcel near the Connecticut River! Please visit our website, www.hanoverconservancy.org, or Like us on Facebook to receive updates on hikes and events as we celebrate!Courtney DragiffStewardship CoordinatorHanover Conservancy

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