Mount Washington Valley Trails Association

We’re working to build and maintain multiple-use trails and recreation paths within the Mount Washington Valley area of New Hampshire that provide residents and visitors with opportunities for safe, family-oriented recreation and transportation.

"We did it!"

Ribbon-cutting formally opens MWV Rec Path
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MWV Rec Path User's Guide, Phase I

by Sally McMurdo 
"That's the reason for this week’s article. I realized in talking with people using the rec path that many didn’t know those other options existed and how to reach them. They basically saw the rec path as an “out-and- back” experience. It can be that, but it can be much more."



Walkers, joggers, bicyclists and others will enjoy this multi-purpose scenic path and all that it offers along the way, including access to local businesses, and connections to the Pudding Pond and Sticks & Stones trailheads for hiking and mountain biking

Read the full article on the latest progress of the North Conway Rec Path here>>

Where the paths take you

Bring your friends and family and enjoy walking, running, biking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, bird watching, wildflowers, trees, river and mountain views. Explore our existing trails and find more recreation paths in New Hampshire and New England.

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Our Rec Path Vision

It is our dream to see a family-friendly recreation path stretch from Fryeburg, Maine to Bartlett, NH and beyond. This recreation path will promote health, alternative transportation and meaningful recreation for children, adults, seniors and disabled persons.

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Our Current Project

The North Conway Recreation Path will start at the Hemlock Lane trailhead (near Walmart) and follow the Conway Bypass footprint for approximately 2.9 miles to the Cranmore Resort, with midpoint access to town amenities, hiking & mountain biking trails.

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Community Benefits

Recreation Paths add a healthy, safe route for exercise and alternative transportation for the community.

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