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    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge saved The Long Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge reviewed Laraway Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    The first mile of this hike is mostly switchback, but then the trail gets more varied and ends with a nice lookout (I also did go a little further to the official summit.)
    Initially finding the trail was a little weird– my car couldn’t go all the way to the parking lot suggested by this app, so I parked a little farther up and walked a ways on the road until I reached the parking lot. Pay attention to the map at this point and you won’t have any issues.
    Also, I did this hike solo and in retrospect it felt like a good hike to do with another person. I didn’t see a single other hiker, and it seems like a very unfrequented trail, and cell service can be spotty.

    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge reviewed Eagles Cut Trail to Laura Cowles Trail Loop

    about 1 month ago

    Going down this trail felt like falling down a mountainside in slow motion. Super slick and straight down, it took us an hour to go just one mile. We had gone up to the Chin via Sunset Ridge and decided to come down on Laura Cowles. If you are trying to reach the Chin I highly recommend taking Sunset Ridge instead, which leaves from the same parking lot (you have to pay $4 per person). That one has views along the hike and makes for a more varied and less grueling excursion.

    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge reviewed The Chin via Sunset Ridge Trail

    about 1 month ago

    This trail is as good as it gets! Not for the faint of heart or those that have a fear of heights... Come prepared to be in the elements– sunscreen and sunglasses recommended, as well as a raincoat or windbreaker for the peak. The parking lot is part of Underhill Campground and Park and you need to pay a fee of $4 per person to hike (cc accepted.)

    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge reviewed Butler Lodge Trail

    about 1 month ago

    This is trail is beautiful and really well maintained, though rocky and relatively steep. Though there is water close by and on a rainy day it could be slippery, on our dry July day it was just fine. We spent a night at Butler Lodge were able to link up with other trails for extended hiking. Butler Lodge holds ~14 people and apparently is never in threat of filling up. You don’t need to reserve ahead of time and it costs $5 per person. There is water that needs to be filtered and our dog was able to spent the night with us. Highly recommend this hike!

    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge completed Butler Lodge Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Molly Fleiner-Etheridge reviewed Duxbury Window Trail

    2 months ago

    Decent hike. Could hear highway the whole time and see from “window” view. Still pretty, especially when you first walk in. Great hike if you are looking to go all the way to Camels Hump!