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    Chris Brown saved Lantern Hill Trail

    2 months ago

    Chris Brown saved Cliff Walk

    2 months ago

    Chris Brown saved Pumpelly Trail

    4 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Napatree Point Conservation Area Trail

    9 months ago

    Saw some moonjellies, snails and jellyfish on the beach. Great walk, not nearly as many people as the summer - made for a great day!

    Chris Brown added Carr Pond Trail

    10 months ago

    Chris Brown completed Maxwell Mays

    10 months ago

    Chris Brown added Stubtiown Trail

    10 months ago

    Chris Brown completed Rocky Point Walking Trail

    10 months ago

    Chris Brown added RI Trails

    10 months ago

    Chris Brown added Acadia N.P.

    10 months ago

    Chris Brown added Canada Trip 2018

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown completed Lantern Hill Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Barn Island Wildlife Management Area Trail

    11 months ago

    Local trail with some great bird watching but going in the summer presents one major issue - mosquitos. Applied continuously on this short hike and they didn't care. Usually do this hike in the spring and it is much more enjoyable then.

    Chris Brown updated Beaver Flood Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown updated Tomaquag Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Rhode Island Coast Scenic Drive

    11 months ago

    Drive this road daily and having driven some truly scenic roads there is nothing extraordinary about this road and I would recommend driving any "country" road over this road. During certain times you can expect nightmarish traffic during the summer due to tourists. Unless you take 1A you will never get a view of anything except trees and an occasional glimpse of normal houses. If driving at night be mindful of the abundance of wildlife on the road.

    Chris Brown reviewed Rattlesnake Mountain Trail

    11 months ago

    Note: The above picture is from form a different trail, NOT this trail. (West Rattlesnake Mountain via Old Bridle Trail)

    This trail immediately starts off on an incline and the incline only gets worse before leveling out for the most part on the loop - which still has some small variances in elevation. There is NOT a lake view but you do get a view of windmills which ruin the experience in my opinion. To the north you can see Carr Mountain, Mt. Kineo and Stinson Mountain, to the south views of Mt. Cardigan and Tenney Mountain are visible.

    Parking can be a nightmare. The lot only holds 5 cars (if people don't hog space). As an alternative if you're with a group and have 2 or more vehicles you can park at the cliffs where people rock climb about a half mile away and shuttle to the trailhead.

    Chris Brown completed Rattlesnake Mountain Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Old Bridle Path

    11 months ago

    Great views of Squam Lake. Easy and short hike. If there is a downside (and this is really reaching) would be the noise pollution from the people on the lake.

    Chris Brown completed Old Bridle Path

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Welch and Dickey Loop Trail

    11 months ago

    Great hike with amazing views all along the trail. Did this trail counterclockwise and it did not disappoint. If you don't stop for the scenery this hike can be done in a couple hours but can easily turn into an all day hike as well if you stop at all the scenic spots - spend more time stopped at the views. While you traverse up Mount Welch don't forget to occasionally look back at the great views. On top on Mt. Welch is 360 panorama of multiple named mountains in the region giving this short hike great bang for effort. I would not recommend this hike when raining unless you're comfortable climbing and descending high angle wet granite slabs.

    Chris Brown completed Welch and Dickey Loop Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Wilderness Trail/East Branch Road

    11 months ago

    Save this one for the fall. Nice hike if you like a little mileage without much to view but not much else. The bridges down past the campsite have been removed so be ready for a water crossing if you wish to continue much further.

    Chris Brown completed Artist Bluff Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown completed Sabbaday Falls

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Sabbaday Falls

    11 months ago

    Very nice short trail with plenty of parking. Beware of multiple loose railings near the waterfall, some are marked off and some are not. The waterfall does not disappoint and is easily enough to access. There are multiple benches along the short route for viewing the stream below the fall.

    Chris Brown saved Potash Mountain

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown saved Brook Walk Trail Loop

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown saved Mount Tecumseh Trail

    11 months ago

    Chris Brown reviewed Macedonia Brook Loop

    12 months ago

    Started at the south parking lot and went clockwise. Passed only a few other groups during the hike who were going counterclockwise and stopped on Cobble Mountain to enjoy the views. The scramble down wasn't too bad, only a couple sections required use of hands but definitely wouldn't recommend this in any kind of inclement weather. The eastern side of the road is more gradual but has the only switchbacks on the trail except the steep descent on the south end. Overall a great hike. Don't follow the park map if you have one from the CT website as a few of the view spots have no view. Blue blazed trails were well marked but you can find a few spots where people go around for easier paths for no more than 10-15 feet and re-join the trail.