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    The original announcement indicated that AMC...

    The original announcement indicated that AMC would be “closing down White Mountain Guide Online effective September 30, 2018”. Here it is November 2, 2018 and the WMG online is still up and running....
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    1) Suspension bridge has been repaired and is...

    1) Suspension bridge has been repaired and is "open for business"!

    2) True, a more northeasterly route could have taken some of the edge off the upslope. However, I was looking for shortest...
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    Probably of little interest, but just as an...

    Probably of little interest, but just as an "FYI", in August 2008 (7 years ago) I did an unconventional bushwhack to Mt. Davis (link below)....
  4. Have often skied these trails. They are well...

    Have often skied these trails. They are well marked and are often (but not always) tracked out by other skiers. The Moose Watch trail is definitely the most challenging one in the Beaver Brook...
  5. White Cliff + Bog Ledge via The Link; Cliffway; Monaway; Amphibrach: 24-Dec-2013

    This was done as a counterclockwise loop. The total distance was about 5.7 miles.
    Trail conditions were mixed due to recent rain that fell atop a snowpack, and then was followed by a sustained...
  6. Mt Cube via Cross-Rivendell Trail; Mt Cube Trail; North Peak Side Trail: 16-Nov-2013

    The Cross Rivendell Trail (from the Baker Road trailhead) was in excellent shape. There was evidence of recent trail maintenance. I only hiked a short segment of Mt. Cube Trail to connect with the...
  7. Round Mountain (Albany Township, south of Bethel) via Round Mtn Trail: 29-Oct-2013

    This was my first time to hike Round Mountain. It was a delightful surprise! For whatever reason, the Maine Mountain Guide (10th edition) doesn't include this hike. However, it is described on the...
  8. Albany Mountain via Albany Mountain Trail (from north trailhead): 29-Oct-2013

    This trail is one of the best maintained trails that I've hiked. Water bars are in great shape, the trail is well-blazed, and the corridor is very well brushed out.
    Not much more you could ask...
  9. Bucks Ledge and Lapham Ledge via Unnamed Trail (15-Oct-2013)

    The trails to these two ledges were in excellent shape. However, it should be mentioned that although the trailhead is located right on Rt. 26, it is a bit obscure. On the day of my hike, the only...
  10. Mount Will via Mount Will Trail (15-Oct-2013)

    The entire Mount Will Trail was in good shape.

    This is a nice little hike that can be done as a 3.25 mile loop which includes both the North Ledges and the South Cliffs. The open ledges and...
  11. Sanguinary Ridge Trail (Dixville Notch): 29-Sep-2013

    This trail was in excellent shape. Well blazed; no water crossings; no blowdowns.

    This trail is a ridge walk, and doesn't really lead to a peak per se. However, it does provide several extremely...
  12. Tumbledown Mtn via trails listed below: (19-Sep-2013)

    Trails used: Brook Trail; Tumbledown Ridge Trail to West Peak; unofficial trail to North Peak

    No maintenance issues with any of the trails. The unofficial trail to North Peak was a bit 'fuzzy' in...
  13. Cranberry Peak via Bigelow Range Trail: (18-Sep-2013)

    There were no maintenance issues on this trail on the day of my hike.

    It's a minor issue, but the current edition of AMC's Maine Mountain Guide spells the name of the street used to access the...
  14. Blueberry Mountain (the one in Weld) via Blueberry Mountain Trail: (17-Sep-2013)

    There were no maintenance issues on this trail on the day of my hike.

    If you use the Maine Trail Finder website, be aware of one typo. The website currently lists the hike as being 2.4 miles...
  15. Cannon Mtn/Mittersill Peak Loop via Kinsman Ridge Trail + new Mittersill-Cannon Trail

    15-September-2013:

    Recently, Steve Smith posted a report on his Blog about a trek to Mittersill Peak and Cannon Mountain via a new hiking route on the ski trails/service roads of Mittersill and...
  16. Pine Mountain (Gorham) via Pine Mtn Rd + Ledge Tr + Segment of Pine Mtn Tr: 09-Sep-20

    This trek was done as a loop beginning at the trailhead on Pinkham B Road. The outbound leg involved walking a portion of the Pine Mountain Road to join up with the Ledge Trail, and then hiking the...
  17. Mt. Monadnock (Jaffrey, NH) via trails listed below: 06-Sep-2013

    Hiked to the summit of Mt. Monadnock via a counterclockwise loop-hike of just over 6 miles using the following trails: Hinkley; Harling; Cascade Link; Spellman; Pumpelly; Smith Summit; Ampthitheatre;...
  18. Mt. Ingalls via Scudder Trail (29-Aug-2013)

    Helped the Shelburne Trails Club with routine maintenance of this trail on August 29th. Overall, the trail was in pretty good shape before the maintenance. Now, it is in even better shape!

    At...
  19. Burnt Meadow Mountain + Stone Mountain via trails named below: 19-Aug-2013

    This was a 4.8 mile loop which involved hiking the following trails: Burnt Meadow Mountain Trail, Twin Brook Trail, and Stone Mountain Trail. All of these trails were well blazed and in excellent...
  20. Connecting Path linking Christine Lake to the Bald Mountain Notch Trail: 30-Jul-2013

    As part of a trek to off-trail destinations within the Nash Stream Forest, I hiked 1.6 miles along the unnamed trail (described in the White Mountain Guide as a "connecting path") between Christine...
  21. Mt. Pisgah via North Trail: 27-July-2013

    The trail was in very good shape. There were no blowdowns, and all water crossings were easy to negotiate.
    This is an awesome hike in the Vermont's Northeast Kingdom region!

    Photos from this...
  22. Mt. Bemis Fire Tower Site via Nancy Pond Trail + abandoned trail: 25-Jul-2013

    _ Regarding the Nancy Pond Trail, I only hiked to the other side of the crossing of Nancy Brook at 1.6 miles from trailhead. That segment of trail was in great shape. However, Tropical Storm Irene...
  23. One Mile Segment of Hancock Notch Trail (near its eastern end): 12-Jul-2013

    I only traveled about a one-mile segment of the Hancock Notch Trail as part of a varied trek that included a couple of different destinations (details and photos are at my BLOG).

    A short...
  24. Saddleback Mountain + The Horn via trails listed below: 04-Jul-2013

    This trek began and ended at the Saddleback ski area where I was staying at a condo. I used the well-worn pathways along the Gray Ghost and Tri Color ski trails to reach the Saddleback ridgeline....
  25. Aziscohos Mountain via Aziscohos Trail: 05-Jul-2013

    The Aziscohos Mountain Trail is steep at the upper end, and the lower end of the trail is very muddy. Despite the steep sections, and the mud, the round-trip hike took just slightly over 2.5 hours. ...
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