Springfield: Webster Pass Trail Closed
SRK Greenway Trail #5, which runs from Rte 114 in Springfield to Pleasant Lake in New London, is closed for thru-hiking. There is an active logging operation near Webster Pass in Springfield and the trail there is impassable.
Please do not try to access the SRK Trail from the Springfield Route 114 trailhead until the logging operation has finished and the SRK trailcrew can re-open that section. Please stay tuned.
Andover: Trail #10 Dawes Road Detour
SRK Greenway Trail #10 in Andover will be detoured during electrical transmission line maintenance. Eversource suggests taking a detour from Bridge Rd onto the Northern Rail Trail headed West and then taking Kearsarge Mtn Road to connect to Dawes Road and continue on the SRK Greenway. Maintenance is expected to be completed in Spring 2019.
Wilmot Center Trail Closed
SRK Greenway Trail #8 in Wilmot Center that goes between Patterson Rd and Eagle Pond Rd is closed. The SRK Trail crew is working on the situation please stay tuned for a re-route.
Sutton: Lincoln Trail #11 — Kearsarge Valley Road Trailhead is closed
SRK Greenway Trail #11 between Kearsarge Valley Road and Mastin Road is now closed due to a logging operation. There will be active logging throughout the Summer/Fall of 2018.
The bridge over the Black Water River on SRK Greenway Trail #10 is now closed. This bridge is located just after crossing the rail trail going from Proctor Academy to Winslow State Park. There is a significant hole on one side of the bridge and has been deemed not safe for travel. A detour has been established to utilize the rail trail to Bridge St.
Sutton: Kearsarge Valley Trail #12 is Open
SRK Greenway Trail #12 between Kearsarge Valley Road and Shaker Road at Exit 10 of I-89 is now open after a massive logging operation. A new re-routed trail for this section is open and SRK Greenway trail markers are up. However, please be advised that the volunteer Trail Crew will continue to clean-up and improve this trail as time allows.
Please use extreme caution and common sense on this section of the Trail.
Thank you for your patience.