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Lower Georgiana Falls


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Beautiful powdery conditions greeted me as I took a short local snowshoe hike in the morning on the Georgiana Falls Path in the Second Presidential State Forest. The 0.8 mi. trek to Lower Georgiana Falls is mostly easy, with a short bit of steep climbing at the end. As expected, the falls were muffled in snow. I climbed up the trail a short distance above the falls and snowshoed out onto the open brookbed for a view out to Russell Mountain.

I snowshoed down through the open hemlock forest above the falls. I enjoyed the nice sun at the base of the falls and the naturally made snow sculptures on Harvard Brook below the falls. If you're in the Lincoln area and have only a couple of hours free, this is a great little snowshoe trek (or summer hike).


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