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NH Fish & Game and the White Mountain National Forest request that you follow your state's orders to stay at home and recreate near your home. 


If you have to drive for your recreation – do it another time.

The mountains will always be there…

Being engaged with the outdoors is important for everyone’s physical and mental well-being. However, it is imperative that those enjoying New Hampshire’s natural resources exercise a high degree of caution. Unsafe and irresponsible behavior in challenging and ever-changing spring conditions puts first responders at extreme risk of injury and exposure to COVID-19—social distancing does not apply in search and rescue situations.

Information on White Mountain National Forest trailhead closures
Information on NH State Parks's response to COVID-19
Information on Appalachian Mountain Club Facility and Program Closures in Response to COVID-19.

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The Hike Safe Card, which is only valid in New Hampshire, is sold and administered through the NH Fish & Game website, which includes a page on Frequently Asked Questions about the Hike Safe Card. ALL QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CARD should be directed to NH Fish & Game at 603-271-3421 or info@wildlife.nh.gov.

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