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nice and off the beaten path.

quick and easy and close to my home so I do this one often. nice place for a quick lunch with a view or to walk the dog:)

pretty but quick and there are usually lots of people.

on Pondicherry Park

walking
20 days ago

Such a beautiful place! It was quite muddy today, due to all the rain we've gotten recently, but that doesn't take away from the pretty scenery. Nice place for a leisurely stroll and it seems to be well maintained.

hiking
26 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

Today was my first time at this mountain. I chose the Bob Chase trail, as it seemed the easiest and I had my toddler with me. It was a quick and easy hike with some decent views. The trail was also marked very clearly, which was extremely helpful. I'll definitely be back again to check out some or the other trails.

Now there is an app that offers a guided tour of this park. Available for Android and iPhone devices. Check it out at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.toursphere.bhs

hiking
2 months ago

Very nice wide trails, a little wet in some places today due to snowmelt and recent rain; well-marked; watch out for slippery spots on the boardwalks; I almost fell twice! Awesome bridge and spiral staircase down to the water.

snowshoeing
4 months ago

Well after three blockbuster snow storms the trails are untouched with 14 to 20 inches of powder. Slow going in this stuff as each step was a short step push short step push. Hopefully with this weekend warm up more people will get out and help pack the trails.

Decent trail for sure! We did Bob Chase to Foster Pond Lookout, back up to Bob Chase Scenic Loop to the South Face Loop trail, and then up Pate trail to the summit. (We didn't realize the summit was 20 yards away from where we turned right to South Face loop).

South Face was a steep trail down because there was snow on the ground, and we decided just to do half of it by taking Pate up, but it was worth it because there is a beautiful rock ledge half way up the Pate trail! Will probably come back here and try to do the whole South Face trail :)

Not to be confused with bald pate and table rock in grafton notch! This is a very short, easy hike. Slightly disappointing after an hour drive in terms of challenge. But still a beautiful, quiet trail. Well marked. Can go from parking lot to summit in 15 minutes or do a few little loops to make it last longer. Nice for the dog!