TRIPS & EVENTS
Deep Snow, Warm Temps, Break Trail
DATE: Feb 18, 2017
END DATE: Feb 18, 2017
Trip/Event Location: Parsonsfield ME
Parsonsfield, ME United States
Meeting Time: 10:00 AM
Max # People: 10
Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money
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Region: New England
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The snow is finally perfect and so will be the weather on Sat. Feb. 18 so join me for some fun on my fields and woods trails here in Parsonsfield, ME I will try to get as much trail broken as I can but be warned: There is nothing flat about my woods or field so this is not a trip for beginners even though the snow will make the skiing slow - nor will all of my trails be broken. The deep snow will make the steep areas calm and the sun will make it spectacular - my upper woods trails are not steep but not flat. Bring a lunch for the trail or at the house.
We are meeting at the Parsonsfield Town Offices Side Parking lot @ 10AM (Route 160, 634 North Road in North Parsonsfiedl) because my driveway is 1/4 mile long, plowed but not sanded. If you have a 4 wheel drive car, then you can just follow but if you need the short ride to the house, we can manage that. If you are going to be late, find a place where you can get a cell signal and call me when you get my number after you sign up for the trip because we will not wait long after the 10AM meeting time.
From s. NH take Route 16 North to the exit in Ossipee for Route 25 East to Maine. Follow Route 25 East into Porter and turn right onto Route 160 South up and around over to the town offices on your left a few miles away. From eastern Maine, get on Route 160 in Limerick and head to the town hall (15 minutes or so drive). From northern Maine, get to Kezar Falls on route 25, go up Elm Street by the Post Office for a couple of miles and turn right onto Mudget. Follow Mudget to end and turn right onto Route 160 North and the town hall will be a short way down on your right.