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Elijah Innes-Wimsatt reviewed Mount Osceola and East Osceola
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Jenny Reeves reviewed Pemi Loop
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BackpackingGreat!RockyScramble

September 14-15 - Originally set out to do 3 day 2 night loop. After hiking to Garfield Campsite on the first night and making it to Guyot by 3:45 the next day my husband and I decided to continue on and finish in 2 days. Day 1 - high winds on Franconia and Garfield ridge. Cooler temps at night low 30’s. Water available at campsite. Day 2 - low winds and plenty of sunshine. Water available at Guyot and coming off Bond Cliff. We put on our headlamps at 7:30pm and came off the trail at 10:35pm. The last 5 miles was relatively flat. This trail challenged us for sure. Some of the greatest views in the White Mountains!

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Arthur Gong reviewed Pemi Loop
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2 day backpacking 9/17 thu - 9/18 fri - clockwise, standard: Flume, Liberty, Lincoln, Lafayette, Garfield, South Twin, Bond, Bondcliff - day 1: 9h48 (8h01 moving) 14.3mi/6568 feet - day 2: 10h13 (8h50 moving) 17.76mi/3373 feet - 1 experienced backpacker and 1 first timer - camped at Garfield tent site - opened tent sites & springs: Garfield, Guyot - closed: Galehead hut ( no water ) - day 1: foggy, 40s, day 2: sunny, 30s - gears: extra dry set of short and T shirt were great for camp-sleeping.

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Einstein Junior reviewed Northern Rail Trail
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Sean Cardwell reviewed Lonesome Lake Trail
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nice and easy trail with a great view of the Ridge. A great way to ease back into hiking. The trail was relatively busy, so make sure to have a mask at the ready to put on near folks.

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Susan G reviewed Lonesome Lake Trail
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Very popular. Quite a climb to the lake.

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Dave Fortin reviewed Mizpah Springs Hut Trail
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Thought it was amazing! Did the trail counter clockwise which I thought worked well. Keep in mind I went through Dodge camp, who doesn’t want people cutting through. No views at Middle, South, and Carter Dome but Height had a beautiful view.

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Christopher Frasca reviewed Pemi Loop
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Nathan Lavoie reviewed Lonesome Lake Trail
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Kim McDonald reviewed Boulder Loop Trail
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Good morning hike. My 65 y/o mum did this with me and was able to get up with breaks along the way. Nice views at top.

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Hiking

Great hike today. Not easy but worth it. While there are no views from the actual top, the views from the Imp trail and then near the tops of both Middle Carter and South Carter were spectacular. We could see Berlin to the north and the march of the Presidentials across the valley. Worth it!

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HikingGreat!Rocky

Did this 9/17. Unfortunately the forecast changed a little and we couldn't move the hike to a better weather day. Can't knock the mountain for it. I'm a relative newb at hiking and have worked my way up to these mountains starting with mild hikes local to Boston. This was not "hard" to me at all. It's a constant uphill on Crawford to Pierce, but was highly manageable with short breaks. Also I used poles for the first time and damn did they help. Rather than go back out via Crawford, we took Edmands down which, aside from a stretch of uneven rock on the NE side of Eisenhower was about as gradual a downhill you could ask for. Once below treeline, aside from a few mildly steep stretches it was a piece of cake. Didn't have 2 cars so walked back to Crawford Trailhead. Was trying to save some banging on knees of my friend, but the old clinton road is paved and avoid it if you don't like walking on it. It's about a 2.75 hike and put us at 11 miles on the dot. Would do this trail again in better weather in a heartbeat. We literally got about 1 min of clearness.

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In the clouds early but cleared to bluebird day. Trail was dry. Crowds were there but minimal saw a CG helicopter land at the heli pad

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Katherine Jeas reviewed Piper Mountain Trail
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HikingRocky

Majority of trail was basically a nice nature walk, last ~1/2 mile was borderline rock climbing. Overall very fun and diverse trails. Great views all throughout top half of trail.

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Alesha Telvick reviewed Presidential Traverse Trail
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HikingGreat!

Had the best time ever on this trail. We completed it in 16 hours hiking North to South (Madison to Pierce). We took our time & made a lot of stops — there was no need to rush! Definitely do not do this trail if you have never done hikes over talus or do not have knowledge of alpine. 12 miles are above treeline and we experienced 40-60mph winds over Labor Day Weekend, and a wide range of temperature. Good + well planned layering and food necessary. So incredibly worth it!

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HikingGreat!Rocky

Completed this on Tuesday 9/15 and I couldn’t have asked for a better day on the ridge. Barely any wind at all, which is unheard of. Windy or not though, I highly recommend this hike. It’s mostly rock until you break tree line which was a lot on my knees going down. But overall, I would say it’s a very “doable” hike for many. The views as you go along the ridge line, and summit Eisenhower, are absolutely beautiful! The views just below the summit of Pierce are amazing as well! This was my second hike back after an accident, and what a way to knock off my first two of the 48! If you’re transitioning to bigger summits or longer distance, I highly recommend starting here!

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Terry Noack reviewed Piper Mountain Trail
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Dennis Konczyk reviewed Pemi Loop
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Steven Turner reviewed Hancock Loop Trail
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Steep in the last .5 to the peaks, otherwise it’s easy going.

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Perfect weather for a great hike. Really doesn't get much better than this. Wildfire smoke was the only downside.

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ch0psuey4290 . reviewed Presidential Traverse Trail
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