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    22's essentially replaced microspikes for me. I...

    22's essentially replaced microspikes for me. I really enjoy the stability a snowshoe provides and rarely carry spikes these days.
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    Yes, land closer to the heel, leading to less...

    Yes, land closer to the heel, leading to less stress on the quads/shins/patellas. Are you talking about the Paragon or Posilock bindingss for the MSRs? The Paragon is noticeably more comfortable than...
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    I was in the store in the Seaport last week and...

    I was in the store in the Seaport last week and had 2 pairs made. The metal aglets are nice but too big for my Keens so I had to cut them off. I'm pretty sure it's all paracord.
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    I'm 180 and almost exclusively do overnights. 22"...

    I'm 180 and almost exclusively do overnights. 22" MSR shoes (lightnings or revos) are what I use. I carry tails and use them as conditions warrant. This combo has never failed me. I used 25" shoes up...
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    I just hope they'll let me keep the bindings.

    I just hope they'll let me keep the bindings.
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    Halfway through my second season with them and I...

    Halfway through my second season with them and I am still mostly happy. The most aggravating thing is the webbing is prone to snow and ice buildup in wetter conditions.
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    To answer that: about 120 for the Revos. I am...

    To answer that: about 120 for the Revos. I am hard on my gear but was shocked to see the front lips of both shoes had bent and the steel cracked when I got back to the truck at the end of this...
  8. Access via Little River Rd is no longer an...

    Access via Little River Rd is no longer an option. The land crossed by the herd path has been posted. You can park on rt3 for approaches via Haystack or Gale River Loop.
  9. There is a "v" on the top of the first link

    There is a "v" on the top of the first link
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    I've used every iteration of the Sawyer and never...

    I've used every iteration of the Sawyer and never carry more than 40oz of water in the Whites. The original Squeeze is easily the best. The Micro Squeeze clogs with every use, meaning you have to...
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    Doublehead gets more traffic than Spruce Peak and...

    Doublehead gets more traffic than Spruce Peak and packing up wood is recommended. It's also all softwood so anything you do manage to scrounge up won't burn very well. Other options: Beaver Meadow...
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    The Hampshire Country School owns all the land...

    The Hampshire Country School owns all the land from Mill Pond up to and including Pratt. Perhaps they or Ken MacGray can shed some more light.
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    Bear Notch and Sawyer are Snowmobile routes, too....

    Bear Notch and Sawyer are Snowmobile routes, too. Difference might be that Jefferson Notch is NHDOT and not USFS?
  14. https://www.mountwashingtonavalanchecenter.org/gen...

    https://www.mountwashingtonavalanchecenter.org/general-bulletin-vs-5-scale-forecast/

    "We look forward to the winter season that is knocking on our door! Currently, our snowfields are discontinuous...
  15. From the cog website: "Hiker & Skier Parking at...

    From the cog website: "Hiker & Skier Parking at the Mount Washington Cog Railway Base Station We offer the ability to park your car in a safe, monitored location right next to the trail heads....
  16. Someone can have any vehicle towed from their...

    Someone can have any vehicle towed from their private property. However, charges cannot be assessed to the owner unless it is posted.
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    Make a giant pile of snow. Sit around for an hour...

    Make a giant pile of snow. Sit around for an hour as it sinters. Dig out a cave in the giant pile of snow. Wring out clothes and convince yourself it was worth it.
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    I'm pretty sure it's cedar. ...

    I'm pretty sure it's cedar.

    https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprd3810021.pdf
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    Wildcat Valley Trail doesn't cross rt 16. It runs...

    Wildcat Valley Trail doesn't cross rt 16. It runs from Carter Notch Rd to the summit and is ungroomed from its junction with Beth Hendrick to the top. Hall's Ledge or Hutman's/Dana Place will give...
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    If you value tradition then why 48 for the Whites?

    If you value tradition then why 48 for the Whites?
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    https://www.skiwildcat.com/wildcat-hiking-trails/

    https://www.skiwildcat.com/wildcat-hiking-trails/
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    Well you can think in one hand... ...and...

    Well you can think in one hand...


    ...and use the other to look up reports with more details.
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    https://addisonindependent.com/news/bear-hunting-h...

    https://addisonindependent.com/news/bear-hunting-hounds-attack-hikers-and-pup
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    This is a year-round problem. They have to train...

    This is a year-round problem. They have to train those dogs at some point. I had one harass me on the AT south of Mt Mist in July this year.

    Edit: apparently they can't train from March 1 to June...
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    I go out pretty much every weekend in the winter...

    I go out pretty much every weekend in the winter with a 0-degree quilt, a UL bivy, and a jacket. I'll stack with a 40 or a 20 if it's going to be crazy.
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