Join us for the beginning of the fall foliage through part of the 220-acre Oak Hill Conservation Land. The planned route is approximately 2.5 miles long and has about 600 feet of ascent. Parts of the trail are rocky and steep. We will see the geologically significant Tophet Chasm where glacial Lake Nashua drained and cut a deep chasm, visit the highest point (508’) in Littleton, and enjoy the vista at Lookout Rock. Parking will be at the Oak Hill Road kiosk.
There is no fee or pre-registration required. Please see the trails, property descriptions and area maps. Reviewing this information beforehand will help make your visit more rewarding. Hiking shoes or other footwear with good traction are suggested. Sneakers are not recommended. No dogs are allowed on these hikes. Be sure to bring personal water, snacks, bug spray etc. If you have questions, contact us.