Belknap Range Redlining Patch

Belknap Range Redliner

The Belknap Range features a wide variety of trails.  Inspired by the White Mountain Redlining challenge, the BRATTS have created a patch for hiking all of the sanctioned trails around the range – some 65.5 miles!  The goal is to have fun while exploring all the range has to offer.  Perhaps you’ll be inspired to join the BRATTS in helping to maintain some of these trails!

The Belknap Range Redlining Workbook features a list of all of the current trails.  Any new trails will be added to the list at the beginning of each year.  Unexpected trail closures will be removed from the list as known.

All trails must be hiked in their entirety using one’s own feet, whether hiking, trail running, snowshoeing, and/or skiing.  Please note that trails are located on state, county, town, and private property.  Please abide by all signs and procedures, such as check in procedures when hiking in scout reservations.

A 2.5 inch iron-on Belknap Range Redliner patch can be obtained for a $10 (or more) donation to the Belknap Range Trail Tenders (a 501(c)3 non-profit organization).  Instructions are included in the Redlining Patch Application below.

Most of the trails are depicted on the BelknapRangeTrails.org and/or AMC Southern New Hampshire Guide 4th Edition maps.  Some additional peaks, such as Locke’s Hill and Pine Mountain, have maps at their trailheads.  Every trail is represented on NewEnglandTrailConditions.com’s Belknap Range page.

Resources
Belknap Range Redlining Workbook (2017 Version 1) – Microsoft Excel format; last updated 03/01/17
Belknap Range Redlining Patch Application – Adobe Acrobat PDF format
Belknap Range Redlining Trail Conditions  – NewEnglandTrailConditions.com

Finishers

  Name Town Year
1 Jeremy Clark Ashland 2015
2 Cat Magnant Gilford 2015
3 Bryan Cuddihee Rochester 2015
4 Michelle Kingsbury Concord 2015
5 Steve Zimmer Meredith 2015
  Skipper Zimmer (Dog) Meredith 2015
7 Tom St. Martin Candia 2015
  Karen Robichaud Canterbury 2015
  Ken Robichaud Canterbury 2015
10 Steve Kidder Laconia 2015
 11 Fuzz Freese Gilmanton 2016
12 Rick Pelkey Farmington 2016
13 Ken MacGray Clinton, MA 2016
14 Cheryl Dubois Weare 2016
15 Cory Stone Dover 2016
16 Darcy Davenport Farmington 2016
  Zealand Davenport (Dog) Farmington 2016
18 Paul Varney Alton 2016
19 Earl Chadwick Nashua 2016
20 Gianina Lindsey Strafford 2016
21 George Grzyb Carteret, NJ 2016
22 Michelle Spaziani Greenfield, MA 2016
23 Summerset Banks Northfield 2016
24 Priscilla Floyd Derry 2016
25 Wayne Hoppe Franklin 2016
26 Joanne Whitten Sandwich 2016
  William Whitten Sandwich 2016
28 Suzanne Riehs-Moore Holderness 2016
29 Marion Morgan Center Tuftonboro 2016
30 Ann Byers Newton 2016
  Harry Byers Newton 2016
32 Michael Quinn Arlington, MA 2016
33 (Anonymous)   2016
34 Lisa Smutzer North Reading, MA 2016
35 Eileen Oliver Belmont 2016
36 Gale Carey Durham 2016
37 James Cavallini Concord 2016
38 Rudolph Bourget Weare 2016
39 D. Flynn   2016
40 Mike Alexander Winchester, MA 2016
41 Lynne Lounsbury Laconia 2016
42 John Welch   2016
43 Carrie Drake Sanbornton 2017
44 Eric Ginter Gilford 2017
  Jeri Ginter Gilford 2017
46 Jim Nielsen Claremont 2017
47 Beth Zimmer Meredith 2017
48 Amy Barnowski Loudon 2017
49 Brenda White Gilford 2017
50 Alan Mazzola Silver Lake 2017
  Lynn Paton Silver Lake 2017
52 Kim Nelson Gilford 2017
  Tory jo Nelson (Dog) Gilford 2017
54 Patricia Shattuck Gilford 2017
  Troy Gallagher Gilford 2017
56 Raymond Gilbert Concord 2017
57 Tom Caldwell Bedford 2017
58 Donna Cusick Hudson 2017
59 Amy Patenaude Henniker 2017
60 Kimberly Lesnewski Gilford 2017
61 Eric Roberts Amherst 2017
62 Robert Downs Rochester 2017
63 Lisa Mowery Laconia 2017
  Scott Mowery Laconia 2017
65 Steven Brook Shapleigh, ME 2017
66 Gregory Ortiz Laconia 2017
67 Scott Mitchell Alton 2017
68 Rick Wilson Laconia 2017
  Wendy Wilson Laconia 2017
70 Bria O’Neil Alton 2017
71 Jonathan Neihof Dover 2017
72 Sarah Hebert Pembroke 2017