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Red Ridge Trail map, photos, satellite view and comments. Red Ridge Trail is a Trail in Carroll County, NH with an elevation of 869 feet, or 265 meters above sea level.

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What's Nearby Red Ridge Trail
Red Ridge Trail 0.00 miles away
A Trail in Carroll, New Hampshire
Thompson Falls 0.69 miles away
A Falls in Carroll, New Hampshire
White Horse Ledge 0.83 miles away
A Bench in Carroll, New Hampshire
White Horse Trail 0.90 miles away
A Trail in Carroll, New Hampshire
Red Ridge 1.01 miles away
A Ridge in Carroll, New Hampshire
Hale's Location 1.02 miles away
A Civil in Carroll, New Hampshire
Bruce Path 1.10 miles away
A Trail in Carroll, New Hampshire
Echo Lake-Cathedral Ledge State Park 1.10 miles away
A Park in Carroll, New Hampshire
Moat Mountain Trail 1.21 miles away
A Trail in Carroll, New Hampshire
Cathedra Ledge 1.32 miles away
A Bench in Carroll, New Hampshire

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Place Type
Red Ridge Trail is a Trail. Definition: Route for passage from one point to another; does not include roads or highways (jeep trail, path, ski trail).


Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 44.0500697
Longitude: -71.1861825


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