dogs on leash
cross country skiing
We loved it. Great views- short enough to do in afternoon. It has its challenging places. If you have knee problems this might not be for you. There are a couple of places where you have to lift yourself up and all your weight is on one knee. If you are afraid of heights this is not for you either. It's not too difficult otherwise.
Very challenging but very doable trail. 17yr old, 15yr old and 46yr old got up it without problems. There are places where you have to consider 2 steps ahead and place your feet cautiously. We had a great time. If you have knee problems this probably isn't the trail for you. Beautiful views. Great sense of accomplishment at the top. Take the Champlain North Trail down and walk back to the car. You do not want to go back down the Precipice Trail.
Not too shabby. Hiked it for the first time today with my 18 month old in a hiking pack - cracked one heck of a sweat on the way up. Definitely some steep sections; just be careful with footing. Half way up is the best view.
*Glad I came across this hiking app... makes finding new gems, like this one, so much easier.
Did the Fire Wardens Trail and from trailhead it was 5 miles round trip. It starts out with a gradual consistent incline and levels off for about a quarter mile then once you past the rundown bridge the incline continues to increase all the way to the top. So pretty much going up 95% of the time. The trail has lots of big smoother rocks so will be slippery when it's wet but there are paths on the side in a lot of those places. The trail is well blazed with red markers and easy to navigate thru I thought the view was pretty impressive and made the hike worth it. The day was clear and could see NH mountains! It was a great day hike and hope this review helps.
mountain biking today with the dogs. did a circle trip up the pipeline trail to prohibition trail to birch trail and back to edes falls road. yes, sandy in areas and had to walk the bike but overall doable. no issues with meeting atv's and dirt bikes, you can hear them way before they are near. they are always very courteous and sometimes want to stop and see the dogs. the trails are for everyone to enjoy. just get out there!