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    Member Since June 2012

    Chris Marion

    Hudson Falls, New York 

    Favorite Activities

    fishinghikingnature trips

    Recent Activity

    Chris Marion saved Unal Trail

    4 months ago

    Chris Marion saved Red Cliffs Trail

    4 months ago

    Chris Marion saved Hagen Trail

    4 months ago

    Chris Marion added To Do

    4 months ago

    Chris Marion completed Warren County Bike Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Chris Marion completed Hovey Pond Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Chris Marion completed Rush Pond Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Chris Marion completed French Mountain

    about 3 years ago

    Chris Marion reviewed Pilot Knob Orange Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Very easy trail to hike. Perfect for a first timer or first hike of the season after having cabin fever. Even though it's a short hike you are rewarded with some decent views. Once at the top the trail can be followed further back to a waterfall. This hike can be done in a loop taking the orange trail up and I believe a blue trail down. Or vice versa.

    Chris Marion reviewed Lake George Rec Center

    over 3 years ago

    Not a bad trail system, but if you've never been there before, print out a map. The trails wind in different directions and cross each other so many times it's easy to turned around. There is also a way to hike up the backside of Prospect Mountain from this trail system. I prefer going up Prospect that way rather than the straight up hike you do from the village.

    Chris Marion completed Lake George Rec Center

    over 3 years ago

    Chris Marion completed Pilot Knob Ridge

    over 3 years ago

    Chris Marion completed Crandall Woods Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Chris Marion updated Berry Pond Trail

    almost 6 years ago

    Chris Marion reviewed Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail

    almost 6 years ago

    Nice easy trail in town (through a couple towns). Nothing major as far as inclines. Easily accessible from many side streets.

    Chris Marion checked in to Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail

    almost 6 years ago

    Chris Marion completed Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail

    almost 6 years ago

    Chris Marion reviewed Mount Adams Trail

    about 6 years ago

    While camping at Lake Harris in Newcomb, NY I decided to take one o the other campers with me on a hike up Mt. Adams...actually, he was the only one of 7 other campers that went. The night before, 3 other campers said they would go, but he was the only one who kept his word. When we started the hike we came to a small creek where a bridge used to be. Now there is a small detour where you have to cross shin-deep, slow-moving water. A little ways after that there is another bridge out, but there is a detour that makes you have to cross a smaller part of the water by stepping across a few rocks. Don't worry, you won't get wet at that crossing. Trail continues on at a generally flat grade until after the Ranger cabins. Then it gets pretty steep for the rest of the ascent. We had to use our hands to grab trees to pull ourselves up. There are even a few places where you have to scramble up bare rock for 25-30ft. When coming down the mountain you have to grab those same trees to help you step down. If you make it to the top there is no view from the ground, but if you are brave enough to climb to the top of the fire tower you will witness some of the best views in the High Peaks region without actually climbing a High Peak. Upon returning to the camp we told the others of our trek, and in unison most of them said, "Better you than me. I never would have made a hike like that!" With all the effort that went into the hike, it was definitely worth it.

    Chris Marion completed Mount Adams Trail

    about 6 years ago

    Chris Marion updated Buck Mountain Trail

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion updated Tongue Mountain Range Loop

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion reviewed Tongue Mountain Range Loop

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion checked in to Tongue Mountain Range Loop

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion updated Sleeping Beauty Mountain

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion updated Fifth Peak Trail

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion reviewed Fifth Peak Trail

    over 6 years ago

    I love hiking this trail late May beginning of June. When you pull into the parking area there is a little pond filled with turtles and frogs. My first time hiking here the pond had thousands of tadpoles all along the bank and in the parking area where the water overflowed. Late spring and early summer months the beginning of the trail is like walking through a forest you would see in a movie. Tall pines and huge ferns all bright green lead the way to a wooden bridge. Shortly after the bridge the climb starts to become steep. The trail alternates between steep and flat stretches. As you get about 3/4 of the way to the top you'll start to see some steep cliffs. Be careful if you decide to explore the rocky areas because there are rattle snakes. I have not seen one yet, but I have seen pictures of them from fellow hikers. When I first hike the trail I got near the top and there was a trail going down and one that veers up a little to the left. There wasn't a trail sign, but I figured out that the trail to the left brings you to the summit and lean-to. The trail down leads you along the way to the next mountains if you decide to do the loop (which is 11-12 miles). As I created the summit there was a bald eagle circling above the great view. May be a challenging hike for beginners, but definitely worth the view.

    Chris Marion completed Fifth Peak Trail

    over 6 years ago

    Chris Marion updated Shelving Rock Mtn.

    over 6 years ago