Four men from New Hampshire have become the first to thru-hike the entire Cohos Trail in winter, approximately 170 miles. Three brothers—Collin, Ian, and Ryan Hart—and their friend Matt Miller started on February 2, 2016 at the southern end of the trail in Crawford Notch, and arrived at the Canadian border in Pittsburg, NH on February 13. While they had the benefit of less snow than usual in some places, they also faced fierce winds and bitter cold at other times, including their final day when the wind chill was -35°F.
- Chaos on the Cohos – The First Winter Thru Hike of N.H.’s Most Remote Trail (New Hampshire Public Radio, March 18, 2016)
- Granite Staters make hiking history on Cohos Trail, (The Keene Sentinel, February 26, 2016)