LRCT Holiday Gift Guide

The Holidays are Here and LRCT has the Perfect Gifts for the Hikers on Your List!

Belknap Range Hiking Trail Map

This waterproof map is a great resource for hiking in the Belknap Mountain Range. The map depicts color-coded trails and includes trail descriptions, distances, difficulties, and elevations. The map folds up easily to fit in a pocket.

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Castle in the Clouds and Red Hill Conservation Areas Trail Map

A favorite for anyone hiking in the Ossipee Mountains or Red Hill!

This waterproof map is a great for hiking within 8,059 acres of LRCT-conserved property in the Ossipee Mountains and Red Hill. The map depicts 40 miles of color-coded trails and includes trail descriptions, trail distances, and elevations. The map folds up easily to fit in a pocket.

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Set of LRCT Paper Maps

Explore LRCT’s many properties with this is a set of paper maps of 14 LRCT properties.

Includes maps of:  Red Hill, Copple Crown, Stonedam Island, Sewall Woods, Homestead Forest, Knights Pond, Center Harbor Woods, Pine Hill, Page and Glory Hill, Cotton Hurd, Sugarloaf Ridge-Goose Pond, Trask Swamp, Fogg Hill, Red Hill River, and Avis P. Smart Woods.

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Winnipesaukee Paddle Maps

Before you know it, it’s going to be summer again and people are going to be looking to get out on the water.

Be prepared with our Winnipesaukee Paddle Maps, featuring 5 LRCT-conserved island destinations, 11 paddling routes and additional side trips!

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LRCT Klean Kanteen

Before heading out on a hike or paddle, be prepared with our new LRCT Klean Kanteen water bottles.

These stainless steel 18 oz. water bottles are perfect to bring along on your next adventure!

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LRCT Apparel

Show your support for LRCT with one of our hats or t-shirts!

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LRCT Stickers

Choose from one of our great stickers to share!

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Give a one-year LRCT membership to someone who is not yet a member.

This is a great introduction to LRCT’s conservation and stewardship efforts throughout the Lakes Region. To give a gift of membership, please click here.