Group Tour Information
Groups visits to Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves look a little different from years past. We offer group rates to schools, camps, and other non-profit businesses that book outings in advance on select dates. Group rates are not available during the months of July and August.
2022 Group Admission Rates*
We are currently not offering guided group tours. All groups are self-guided.
Ages 1, 2, & 3: FREE
Ages4+: $20.00 per person
*2022 group rates are valid in May, June, September, and October only.
Group rates are offered to recognized businesses and non-profit organizations when reservations are made in advance. The group rate includes, but is not limited to, school groups, church groups, camps and scout groups. Minimum group size required is 20 students/campers.
Please click here to download our Group Reservation Sheet
Note: We highly recommend booking your group reservation at least a week in advance as we will continue to limit occupancy by hour, by day to improve out visitor experience on the trail and in the gorge. Reservations must be cancelled at least 24 hours in advance.
Groups should plan to spend about 2 hours exploring Lost River Gorge. In addition to climbing, crawling, and squeezing in and out of the 11 boulder caves, educational signage along the trail will share the natural and cultural history of the gorge. Topics of interest include the role water played in shaping and forming the gorge, the geology of Lost River Gorge, the discovery and protection of Lost River as well as information on the flora and fauna abundant among the rocks and boulders. Lost River provides a fun, hands on learning experience in one of the most magnificent outdoor classrooms in New Hampshire!
Please click here to download our Erosion Lesson Plan
Amenities available at Lost River include a covered picnic pavilion for your group to enjoy a bagged lunch or snack and the Kinsman Notch Ecology Trail. This half-mile, self-guided loop trail is of easy to moderate hiking difficulty. An interpretive brochure that describes the natural history and ecology of the area is available by clicking the link below.
Please click here to download the Kinsman Notch Ecology Trail Guide
For more information, please call 603-745-8031 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.