Franconia Falls

Franconia Falls at Lincoln Woods.  This was an interesting hike with spots splattered with rail trail moments of being bored with the repetitious nature of a long flat walk, but when there were views they were spectacular. I wish we had done this hike earlier in the spring as I would have liked to see …

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Frankenstein Cliff and Arethusa Falls

The Frankenstein Cliff trail-head is located in Crawford Notch State Park and parking is right off the highway directly on 302. The typical hiking time for this loop is about 3 hours 30 min. but due to my arthritic condition, it took about almost 6 hours, but the views made the trip well worth the …

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Pulpit Rock – Bedford NH

The big (no pun intended) attraction of this area is Pulpit Rock, a huge rock formation that was created by the running water from the glacial ice melt near the end of the ice age.Although this is a great place for families with kids to hike out to, be aware that there are many slick …

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Mt. Waternomee B18 Bomber Crash Site

Mt Waternomee 2535 ft. This hike was not to the summit of Mt Waternomee but to the crash site of a B18-A Bomber that crashed in 1942 on the side of the mountain. Please note that if you visit this site that it is treated as a memorial with respect to those brave individuals that …

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Falling Waters

This hike was started in late afternoon, did not expect to reach summit (Mt Haystack 4760 ft) due to the lateness of the start. This is one of the most beautiful places in New Hampshire. This hike was only about halfway up to the Little Haystack summit an was very enjoyable & bug free.  

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