Breakfast and Snowshoeing along the Presidential Rail Trail


DATE: Feb 25, 2021
END DATE: Feb 25, 2021

Hike/Event Location: Jefferson NH

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Scarborough, ME United States

Meeting Time: 10:00 AM

Max # People: 6

Hike Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

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Meeting for breakfast at the Water Wheel Breakfast and Gift House in Jefferson at 10AM. After breakfast, we can drive over to the parking area in Randolph off Rt 2 to snowshoe along the rail trail. Snow conditions always being unpredictable, bring microspikes just in case there's not enough snow for snowshoes. Dress warm, ideally in non-cotton layers. We will take the trail towards Gorham, along the Moose River and enjoy beautiful views of the Presidentials. We can walk about an hour each way or longer if the group prefers. The activity is a great way to get out, enjoy some socialization and getting some fitness during the winter months!

The Water Wheel:
http://www.waterwheelnh.com/ For directions see link below

If you prefer to skip breakfast you can meet us at the Randolph parking area around noon.


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Directions To Trailhead Parking Lot


We will meet at the Appalachian parking area right off Rt 2. If you're coming from Gorham, you will pass Pinkham B. Rd to the left, then Durand rd E. to the right. The parking area is on the left side. Coming from Jefferson, you will pass Durand rd. then Ravine Pool Rd, then the parking area is to the right.

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Scarborough, ME

United States
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phoenix Posted Feb 17, 2021 at 10:40 AM

Ok, same time on the 25th

baezfred Posted Feb 17, 2021 at 12:07 AM

hey guys. I'll have to push the event to the following week due to the snowstorm expected Thursday night through Friday evening. Mo and I don't want to drive back to Maine amid the storm. Hope this works out.

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