This trail is on the border of Hanover and Lebanon. Turn left onto Wyeth Road from NH 10 North. Turn left onto Chambers Road, and then right onto Faraway Lane.
This is a residential neighborhood and not a lot of parking. These picture show the road from both directions. I just park on the side of the road.
There are signs along the road that say no parking, but it’s from 8 pm to 8 am.
This could be a good parking spot on the right side of the road. The trail is across from this.
You can also turn around and face the way you came like I did and park on the right side on this pull off. The trail will be behind you if you park this way.
This is what the trailhead looks like on the lefthand side of the road.
Moderate, there are some short but steep hills.
On the Trail
This trail is in honor of a local doctor, Dr. Willam Chamber, who loved the woods.
The trail starts off woodsy and opens into a meadow.
There are two trails from the meadow. One at the far end, straight ahead, and the other on the right side. You can see a trail map here.
I took the right side trail. It includes a hill.
The trail is marked as well.
As I walked I encountered our own woodsy luge.
Soon I came to a fork. I took the right and continued down towards the river.
At this point I turned left and walked along the water.
What a refreshing and peaceful walk!
The trails start to branch off in different directions but they are well marked. I was never afraid of getting lost because you can see where the trail leads since the area is open and the trails are close together.
I loved the smell of pine as I walked. I even liked the challenge of the hills since I’ve been walking a lot of flat trails lately. These hills are short and moderate incline.
Eventually you come to the end of the trail and a steep embankment. Turn left and the trail will lead you to the end of the meadow.
I can’t wait to do this one again and bring someone to share its beauty with me.