Tripoli Road

Tripoli Road is a scenic summer drive in New Hampshire

Tripoli Road (FR 30) is the name of a scenic drive located in the White Mountain National Forest, in Grafton County, in the US state of New Hampshire.

How long is Tripoli Road?

The road is 18.02km (11.2 miles) long running west-east from Styles Bridges Highway in Woodstock towards Waterville Valley. It’s winding and mostly unpaved. There are no steep sections and the surface is in pretty good shape. The autumn foliage season is a great time to travel.

Is Tripoli Road open?

Completed in 1934, the road tops out at 723m (2,372ft), at Thornton Gap. It’s not plowed in the winter (open mid-May – October). The winding road was named for the diatomaceous earth mined from East Pond, between Waterville Valley and Woodstock. This area can very busy during the weekends and holidays.

 

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