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      Over 100 miles (160 km) of the Appalachian Trail traverses the White Mountain National Forest. Because of its beauty, its proximity to major metropolitan areas, its 1,200 miles (1,900 km) of hiking trails, 23 campgrounds, and the presence of many ski areas and mountain biking trail networks within or near its boundaries, the WMNF is one of the most visited outdoor recreation sites east of the Mississippi.[6]

      The White Mountain National Forest (WMNF) is a federally managed forest contained within the White Mountains in the northeastern United States. It was established in 1918 as a result of the Weeks Act of 1911;[3] federal acquisition of land had already begun in 1914.[4] It has a total area of 750,852 acres (303,859 ha) (1,225 sq mi).[1] Most of the WMNF is in New Hampshire; a small part (about 5.65% of the forest) is in the neighboring state of Maine.[5]

      While often casually referred to as a park, this is a national forest, used not only for hiking, camping, and skiing but for logging and other limited commercial purposes. The WMNF is the only national forest located in either New Hampshire or Maine, and is the most eastern national forest in the United States. Most of the major peaks over 4,000 feet high for peak-bagging in New Hampshire are located in the national forest.

      In descending order of land area the forest lies in parts of Grafton, Coos, and Carroll counties in New Hampshire, and Oxford County in Maine.

      The White Mountain National Forest consists of three discontinuous areas. The area to the west of Franconia Notch (a narrow north-south valley primarily within a state park) consists of the regions surrounding Cannon Mountain, Kinsman Mountain and Mount Moosilauke (though the majority of Moosilauke is privately owned). The main body of the national forest includes the Presidential Range and many other ranges - most notably, the Franconia, Twin, Bond, Sandwich, Willey, and Carter-Moriah ranges. An exclave of the Forest lies to the north of U.S. Route 2 in Stark and Randolph, New Hampshire.

      It is home to wildlife species including bald eagle, raccoon, beaver, white-tailed deer, moose, black bear, coyote, peregrine falcon, Canadian lynx, river otter, bobcat, gray and red foxes, fisher, mink and porcupine.

      Six designated Federal Wilderness Areas exist within the Forest: the 27,380-acre (11,080 ha) Presidential Range/Dry River Wilderness, the 5,552-acre (2,247 ha) Great Gulf Wilderness, the 45,000-acre (18,000 ha) Pemigewasset Wilderness, the 35,800-acre (14,500 ha) Sandwich Range Wilderness, the 12,000-acre (4,900 ha) Caribou/Speckled Mountain Wilderness, and the 23,700-acre (9,600 ha) Wild River Wilderness. These areas are protected from logging and commercial industries and are used solely for recreational and scientific purposes. They were formed under the Federal Wilderness Protection Act of 1984, and its amendments. The New England Wilderness Protection Act of 2006 increased the Sandwich Range Wilderness to its present size and created the Wild River Wilderness area.

      Winter season lengths are projected to decline across the WMNF due to the effects of global warming, however, which is likely to continue the historic contraction and consolidation of the ski industry and threaten individual ski businesses and communities that rely on ski tourism.[7]
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      The Forest Supervisor's office is located in Campton and there are three ranger districts: the Pemigewasset District, with offices in Campton; the Androscoggin District, based in Gorham; and the Saco District, based in Conway. Furthermore, there are several visitor centers, including those located at Lincoln, Campton (off Interstate 93), and Lincoln Woods (on the Kancamagus Highway).

      The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) maintains several Visitor Centers, Lodges and Hiking Huts in the Region. Most famous of these is the 125-year old White Mountain Huts of New Hampshire, centered on the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center and serving the Appalachian Trail with a hut network and shuttle service as it traverses the White Mountains National Forest. For more information see the links below.
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      Total Distance
      88 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      40 miles
      Total Descent
      22,316 ft
      Total Vertical
      5,402 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      6,079 ft
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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike616 miles1,060 ft7 miles5,052 ft
      E-Bike310 miles568 ft3 miles1,257 ft
      Horse14 miles489 ft3 miles489 ft
      Hike5988 miles22,316 ft40 miles5,404 ft
      Trail Running5787 miles22,316 ft40 miles5,404 ft
      Snowmobile33 miles561 ft3 miles554 ft
      Snowshoe713 miles1,060 ft7 miles1,686 ft
      Downhill Ski1
      Backcountry Ski57 miles1,053 ft6 miles984 ft
      Nordic Ski713 miles1,060 ft7 miles1,686 ft
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