Huntington Ravine Trail

 

Huntington Ravine Trail
Although not officially closed, this trail disappears under snow and ice in winter months, and is not recommended during this time. It is probably the steepest of all the hiking trails in the area, and contains a good deal of exposed rock scrambling. Because of its steepness, it’s not frequently used when wet, by persons traveling with dogs or heavy packs, as a descent trail, or by the faint of heart. The trail leaves the Tuckerman Ravine Trail 1.4 miles from the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center; it can also be accessed via the Huntington Fire Road 1.8 miles up from the Visitor Center, although this variation is intended for winter travel only.