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wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
steinig
1 day ago

Great trail, not very many view points but a lovely moderate hike through the woods. We started at the trail head on Hoyt Road and followed the white AT trail until Bulls Bridge. It was a bit slippery with snow melting and the current conditions definitely added to our overall time. Proper shoes not required however with the current ice and mud they would help. If you are going to do the trail out and back be prepared for some inclines and steps ( wood and stone). Also leave yourself with enough time. We started at 1:30pm finished around 4pm. Got a ride back to trail head on Hoyt road due to not wanting to get stuck in the woods at dark.

wandern
eisig
privatgrundstück
schlammig
schnee
überflutet
6 days ago

Apparently "hard" actually means hard. Glad I picked a warm day for a first time and not with snow. Parts of this trail were literally like free climbing a rock wall. And not just a few feet, extended periods. I don't know the best way to get down something like that other than sitting on my butt, holding onto wherever I could get a grip and sliding down feet first, hoping to catch my feet on rocks every few feet to stop and not go too fast or fall or get hurt. Absolutely not what I was expecting. I'm not a professional hiker or backpacker, I do day hikes, but wanted to work on more elevation gain as I can walk forever on flat land, but not inclines. I picked this trail based on distance, overlooks and proximity to another place I wanted to take photos (Kent Falls).

wandern
scrambling
steinig
21 days ago

wandern
schlammig
steinig
sturmholz
25 days ago

schlammig
25 days ago

I would rate much higher but I was rerouted without notice until just before getting to a logging area and have to backtrack. Because of this it was 11 miles hiked. The recent rains made the trails muddy and the water running high. nice hike under the pines for good stretches.

wandern
1 month ago

I hiked all 6.8 miles of this trail today and it didn’t disappoint. The scramble up Cobble Mountain was covered in halfway melted snow and ice. It was terrifying, but the view was well worth the struggle to the summit!

This review is for the section of trail from Lebanon to North Windham. This trail is the perfect trail for winter hiking. At times, the trail glistened like it was paved with diamonds. Krampons were needed to help keep us on our feet on these icy trails. The trail led into Willimantic and dumped us onto Main Street. It was a great place to grab a quick lunch before heading finding the trail again. The lack of signs made the going rough, but thanks to Alltrails GPS, we were able to pick our way through the streets and find where the trail resumed. The ever changing scenery made this stretch of the trail interesting.

wandern
schnee
scrambling
1 month ago

eisig
schlammig
steinig
1 month ago

a couple of pretty views. rocky and muddy in places. a good moderate challenge.

wandern
überflutet
1 month ago

A nice straight forward trail. Good for dogs. I take my reactive dog and there is plenty of space to move over, especially in the fall time when there is good visibility. Just wear bright colors of course because hunting is allowed and keep your dogs on leash just to be safe. Also it's flooded where we stopped and turned around.

Great stretch of the AP Trail. Beautiful views.

wandern
1 month ago

Shortened version of the Mt Misery Loop. Good walk and fairly easy with the exceptions others have noted near Mt Misery. Most levels of fitness and agility should be able to enjoy the route.

Loved this hike. So much scenery and beauty to take in. Excellent view at the end.

Parked on River rd in Cornwall so out and back was just under 7 miles. Very scenic flat easy section of the AT.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
2 months ago

Great hike! I enjoyed the elevation profile. The first ascent up Bear is a long, gradual warm-up. After coming down the steep side of Bear and about a mile of relative flatness, the next ascents up Round then Frissell are steep and fun. Coming back over Frissell and Round is a fairly easy break. The scramble up the steep side of Bear is a great finale to end the ascents.

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