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    Backwoods cabin for rent in winter

    Does anybody know of any backwoods cabins for rent in the winter. Primitive is fine, getting to old for winter camping but would still like to enjoy a few days in the woods, skiing and shoeing around...
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    I thought that might be the case considering the...

    I thought that might be the case considering the amount of use that area gets. I use 30" snow shoes most of the time on winter trails but sometimes they're just silly.
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    Thanks for the info. Just recently got my 1st...

    Thanks for the info. Just recently got my 1st clear weather view from the summit. I'm looking foward to a dazzling high pressure dome view sometime this winter.
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    Winter trail conditions Mt Monadnock

    What are the winter trails like on Mt Monadnock. Do most hikers use snow shoes or is it mostly packed by bare booters?
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    I have used svea, loved it for boiling water,...

    I have used svea, loved it for boiling water, whisper lites, to finicky and prone to malfunction and what I like best for all seasons is my coleman peak one. It is a bit on the heavy side but I have...
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    Exploring around Wyman, West Mill Brook

    West Mill Brook area never has disappointed me and last Thursday was no exception. After navigating the access road through the brook and under the interstate we found ourselves at the parking area...
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    Jay Mountain Ridge

    Last week my son and I did our annual Lake George trip. We typically stay at the “Adirondack Park Motel” and rent a Boat from “Chic’s” marina and explore and swim the lake. We did that on Thursday...
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    It's possible that we were on the knob to the...

    It's possible that we were on the knob to the south of the MacNaughton summit ridge. Some in our group claim that's not the case but viewing the topos brings it into question.
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    remembering deep snow years

    The weather forecast forced my hiking partners and I to reconsider our planned five day camping/bushwhacking trip in the Hurricane mountain Soda range area. It’s really hard to give up on a trip...
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    A good friend of mine would say to me on occasion...

    A good friend of mine would say to me on occasion "open up your eyes......jackass!" Mostly deserved.
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    I can't figure out how to contribute.

    I can't figure out how to contribute.
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    20 yrs ago I remember Rangers or at least park...

    20 yrs ago I remember Rangers or at least park employees, stationed at the peak end of the knife edge trail, acting as gate keepers to the trail. Seemed like they were making their decision on who...
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    TCD, I have thoroughly enjoyed visiting most of...

    TCD, I have thoroughly enjoyed visiting most of the areas that can be accessed using your book as a guide. It has opened my eyes to other areas that may seem inaccessible due to highway construction...
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    VFTB under the fast lane

    My hiking friends and I have had the peak bagging fever for our entire 45 yrs of adventuring together. Winter camping adventures in the Whites always had the goal of summiting Mount Washington at...
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    Thanks TCD. I'll post a brief trip report on the...

    Thanks TCD. I'll post a brief trip report on the non winter approach to Underwood Canyon although I suspect the interest in that area to be low unless you are an ice climber. I just enjoy unique...
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    Underwood canyon, best route in

    I have been considering poking around the Underwood Canyon area for awhile. I plan on bushwhacking in along the South Fork of the Boquet then heading South East to the canyon area. I've only hiked in...
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    Thanks for the info Rivet, can't wait to get back...

    Thanks for the info Rivet, can't wait to get back up into that area. It's one of my favorites
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    West Mill Brook road condition

    Has anybody been down the road from rt. 9 to the 87 underpass into the West Mill Brook area recently? Last time I was there the river crossing was good but the road down to the crossing was starting...
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    I'm not a rock climber but I would be interested...

    I'm not a rock climber but I would be interested in what hassle's rock climbers encounter while doing their thing. Perhaps in a separate post we could explore those issues and allow the uninformed to...
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    Some people who are afraid of dogs or just do not...

    Some people who are afraid of dogs or just do not like dogs for what ever reason, choose to hike in places where dogs are not permitted. There are many more places to hike where dogs are permitted...
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    Thanks again Doug for your very helpful info. I...

    Thanks again Doug for your very helpful info. I will take your advice and pick up the recommended trail guide. Steve Z
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    Thanks for the info Doug, there does not seem to...

    Thanks for the info Doug, there does not seem to be any official trails except through private property. I'll perhaps follow the route described by "offonadventure". I was considering canoeing from...
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    rogers rock trail?

    Anybody have any info on a hiking trail to the summit of Rogers Rock, Lake George.
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    Well said. I consider myself well versed in back...

    Well said. I consider myself well versed in back country hiking and have the equipment and skills to survive what I know the mountains can throw at me, it's what I do not know that scares me. Much of...
  25. Thread: Coyotes

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    I believe these are coyote tracks as well. Pic...

    I believe these are coyote tracks as well. Pic taken on knoll above the hunters camp South Fork Boquet River.5735
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