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  1. Thread: Hiking by App

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    I love Guthooks apps. It works better than Gaia,...

    I love Guthooks apps. It works better than Gaia, but I use it in conjunction with paper maps. It does remove a bit of the unknown, but you still have to walk the trail, climb the mountain, experience...
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    I wouldn't say the wilderness areas aren't...

    I wouldn't say the wilderness areas aren't maintained, they just aren't maintained very well. I've taken to catyying a small folding saw whenever I hike in any of the Wilderness areas to cut up...
  3. Thats good news. I've used Mr Ellozy's site long...

    Thats good news. I've used Mr Ellozy's site long before I knew of VFFT, when I first started planning on bagging the NH48. It's a great resource.
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    The Whites are busy on the weekends, mostly....

    The Whites are busy on the weekends, mostly. During the week, it's not so bad. Do you want to stay on the AT?

    You can buy a map and create your own route and ask for opinions on specific trails....
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    This is such a bizarre story.

    This is such a bizarre story.
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    Pat Caron is a crazy freak of nature, though.

    Pat Caron is a crazy freak of nature, though.
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    Coworker watched the skit at work and I said to...

    Coworker watched the skit at work and I said to her, that's about $3k worth of down clothing just for that act.
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    I saw quite a few people (6 or 7) when I did the...

    I saw quite a few people (6 or 7) when I did the Tris a couple years ago. 2 of them paralleled us up the North Slide. They were on one side,y gf and I on the other. I don't think that trail was as...
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    that's what I was thinking. Just follow the top...

    that's what I was thinking. Just follow the top of the ridge. If you're going down, you're wrong.
  10. I would prefer no more buildings above treeline....

    I would prefer no more buildings above treeline. The Cog should remove their unpermitted buildings or be fined daily while they are still standing
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    Hiked from Jackson up to Carter Notch and spent...

    Hiked from Jackson up to Carter Notch and spent the night at Perkins Ridge Shelter. Bug net was on almost the entire time, except when climbing the Ramparts. The breeze and cooler weather kept them...
  12. That's kind of what I thought, too. I'd be...

    That's kind of what I thought, too. I'd be surprised if there aren't charges made against the family for abandoning an elderly man to his death.

    "Gramps is living too long. I want my inheritance,...
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    You haven't done the Grafton Notch Loop Trail,...

    You haven't done the Grafton Notch Loop Trail, then? Hidden gem, out in plain sight. Great views from the Bald Pates, Lightening Ledges, Puzzle Mountain, Sunday River Whitecap and Old Speck. The rest...
  14. Is the same legal firm representing them? Sounds...

    Is the same legal firm representing them? Sounds eerily familiar
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    Horns pond is a water source, yes. Not sure about...

    Horns pond is a water source, yes. Not sure about Cranberry pond. Never been there that I can remember
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    And yet climbers routinely walk by climbers...

    And yet climbers routinely walk by climbers suffocating without even bothering to help. The English chap who died next to Green Boots comes to mind. Something like 46 people walked by him intent on...
  17. In the Winter, the huts are packed. I know...

    In the Winter, the huts are packed. I know they've been shrinking staff that last couple years, since Gorman died, at least. A bad year for LLBean profits may be tied to the hut closures, also. The...
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    She's another silly touron who couldn't read...

    She's another silly touron who couldn't read warning signs and caused a lot of people much grief.
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    Forgot my spoon once on a three day trip. Now I...

    Forgot my spoon once on a three day trip. Now I have a spare in my first aid kit.
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    I think the message got out about the waist deep...

    I think the message got out about the waist deep snow holding over in the higher peaks. How many rescues have there been this Spring already because of Winter conditions? 7?
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    May never have hiked in soft, slushy snow in the...

    May never have hiked in soft, slushy snow in the Spring. I've done it once before, it is exhausting. Never again.
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    Haha, this guy is getting an education on Spring...

    Haha, this guy is getting an education on Spring hiking in New England. How is he going to hike the Long Trail? GMC still has it closed, don't they?
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    I'm eating pizza in Twin Mountain. Spending...

    I'm eating pizza in Twin Mountain. Spending Easter visiting waterfalls. Tuckermans had alot of bare spots. Snow is melting pretty quickly.
  24. He did a very good job of explaining why she went...

    He did a very good job of explaining why she went on that day, and once hypothermia set in, why she continued. It wasn't in her nature to back down from a challenge and once her mental faculties...
  25. Buckles should be on the outsideof your foot with...

    Buckles should be on the outsideof your foot with any Crampons, gaiters or snowshoes. Buckles on the inside can trip you. The inside of your feet and legs should be smooth and free of catches
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