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    Pamela Kimball completed Mount Cabot Trail

    7 days ago

    Pamela Kimball added amdover

    17 days ago

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Mount Tripyramid Loop Trail

    23 days ago

    Took pine bend brook trail to North and middle tripyramids, then descended down sabbaday falls trail. Sabbaday trail, with the exception of one steep section at the top is amazingly gentle sloping, and easy on your feet. I love Sabbaday trail.

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Mount Tripyramid via Pine Bend Brook Trail

    23 days ago

    I liked this trail a lot. Some steep sections with a nice flat section in the middle before hitting more steep sections. 3 hrs to each the summit and I'm an average paced hiker.

    Pamela Kimball completed Sabbaday Falls

    24 days ago

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Old Bridle Path

    27 days ago

    Nice well maintained trails. We took old bridal path to Col trail and made a loop after reaching the peak of west rattle snake. We did a lot of down hill climbing on Col trail before ascending up. A relatively easy trail. We had a four yr old w us who did just great.

    Pamela Kimball completed Old Bridle Path

    27 days ago

    Pamela Kimball saved Osseo Trail

    3 months ago

    Pamela Kimball completed Mt. Rowe

    3 months ago

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Rollins Trail to Mount Kearsarge

    3 months ago

    Great easy family hike with great views. Lots of dogs and kids on this trail. Bring a lunch and eat on a picnic table at the base of the trail after the hike.

    Pamela Kimball reviewed East Osceloa and Greenly Ponds

    8 months ago

    If your looking for a challenging hike in under 6 miles, East Osceola is the hike for you. It boasts a steep grade that will stretch your achilles and test your determination. The trail is flanked with trees and featuress some brief viewing areas just before the top and near the peak.

    Pamela Kimball added Tecumseh hike

    8 months ago

    Pamela Kimball completed Mount Liberty Trail

    10 months ago

    Pamela Kimball added liberty foggy cold

    10 months ago

    Pamela Kimball saved Tecumseh Trail

    11 months ago

    Pamela Kimball added waumbac

    11 months ago

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Mount Tom, Mount Field, Mount Willey, and Mount Avalon Loop Trail

    11 months ago

    This was such an epic, fun hike. My gps recorded 10.6 miles for the entire loop. The first 1.3 miles was very icey and slow going with streams to cross on icey logs and rocks, but conditions got better. Better views than I thought and even the snow covered evergreens were breathtaking. Highly recommend this loop, for advanced hikers. Back to the car in 7 hours. We stopped for lunch on Willey with a fantastic view, soaked in the view on Avalon and played on Field and Tom to feed the grey jays and enjoy the views

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Mount Garfield Trail

    12 months ago

    Great fall hike. my- gps came in at 10.2 miles from the parking lot. Nice gradual hike up to the summit except the last push which makes you work for the view, but it's totally worth it. The views are spectacular with 360 degrees of viewing. Breezy at the top but we found a spot protected from the wind on the far side. The descent seemed long but I was tired. Definately worth coming back to this one.

    Pamela Kimball completed Mount Garfield Trail

    12 months ago

    Pamela Kimball reviewed Hancock Loop Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Hancock was well traveled today being peak leaf peepers season. The trail starts out like a walk in the woods and then starts becoming gnarly with enchanted looking roots to traverse but the ascent is mild until you reach North trail. Prepare yourself for some steep climbing for about .7 miles but seems longer. This is one of the more difficult climbs I have encountered. Today the views atop North were not existent so we didn't even stop until we reached South Hancock. the path to south was easy going and the views were spectacular. We could see mt Carrigan to our left and a good portion of the mountain range. The descent down started steep but with care we moved right along.

    Pamela Kimball completed Hancock Loop Trail

    about 1 year ago