Northern New England is home to countless hiking trails, many of which are popular destinations for day hikers from all over the region. A typical summer day on Mt. Washington, Katahdin or anywhere in Acadia National Park will be teeming with fellow hikers and tourists. To be clear, the popularity of these destinations is well deserved as they are some of the most beautiful spots in the northeast, but for those that have already checked these places off their list, here are three less heavily traversed trails that many New Englanders have probably never heard of.   Arethusa Falls Arethusa Falls, the tallest waterfall in the state of New Hampshire, can be reached year-round via the Arethusa Falls Trail just off route 302 in Crawford Notch State Park. The falls are only 1.6 miles from the trailhead, but the reward at the end for the trail would be worth hiking all day to reach. When the falls are frozen in the bitter cold New Hampshire winter, you may only need to share the insane view with a handful of daring ice climbers. Dress warm and bring snowshoes.   Lake Solitude The most popular hikes in southern New Hampshire are Mt....

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