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    Lee Cullivan completed Mount Willard Trail

    25 days ago

    Lee Cullivan completed Daniel Webster Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Lee Cullivan added Mount Madison

    about 1 month ago

    Lee Cullivan added Mount Madison

    about 1 month ago

    Lee Cullivan added Hunt Trail Katahdin

    about 1 month ago

    Lee Cullivan added Hunt Trail Katahdin

    about 1 month ago

    Lee Cullivan completed Hunt Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Lee Cullivan saved Woods Trail

    2 months ago

    Lee Cullivan saved The Roost Trail

    2 months ago

    Lee Cullivan saved Cox Pinnacle

    2 months ago

    Lee Cullivan added To Do

    2 months ago

    Lee Cullivan added Mount Cutler

    2 months ago

    Lee Cullivan added Mount Cutler Trail

    2 months ago

    Lee Cullivan completed Fuller Farm Trails

    3 months ago

    Lee Cullivan reviewed Eisenhower, Pierce, Jackson and Webster

    3 months ago

    clocked in at 12.8 miles parking at the train depot.

    Lee Cullivan saved Firewarden's Trail

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan saved Bald Peak Trail

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan saved Mount Cutler Trail

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan saved Glovers Wig

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan reviewed Hedgehog Mountain

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan completed Hedgehog Mountain

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan added Done

    6 months ago

    Lee Cullivan reviewed Edmands Path Trail

    6 months ago

    Did this as part of a loop including Ammonoosuc Ravine trail->Monroe Loop->Crawford Path->Edmands Path. We ascended Ammonoosuc and descended via Edmands Path. Probably about 10 miles.

    BEWARE - If you do the above loop and park at Ammonoosuc Ravine trailhead, know that Mt Clinton Rd is closed even in late May. Plan accordingly. We had to walk 2.3 miles back up to Ammonoosuc trailhead where we parked - not that big of a deal but after a long day you will want to be prepared for that.

    Edmands has a couple of very nice flat sections especially as you are at treeline close to Crawford Path intersection. Didn't see any other hikers (because Mt Clinton Rd was closed). Lot's of snow near the top still on the trails. There looks like what I would call tornado ruins, or possibly a downburst, that flattened a huge section of the trees about midway on the path. The path has been cleared but it's very interesting to see.