Member Personal Trip Reports

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We hadn't been on these peaks in a while and forgot how nice they are!

Views: 309

West Tecumseh; Mt. Tecumseh

10/10/20 Saturday
Great fall like temperatures on such a beautiful, sunny day!

Views: 356

Helping to remove trees from the roof of an old camp at the former Nine Mile Bridge on the St. John River.

Views: 354

Foliage seems to be at peak. The views were spectacular and it was a nice clear day with puffy clouds!

Views: 334

Long drive in the North Maine Woods to see the fall colors.

Views: 298

The Beaver Brook Trail is the most picturesque route to Mt Moosilauke as it follows along cascades for nearly a mile!

Views: 353

Hike to the site of a former lumber mill & logging camp, miles from anything.

Views: 281

Jon and I have been climbing up Sandwich Dome this time of year using the Algonquin trail three years in a row. We highly recommend this approach!!!

Views: 1177

Long hike to Round Pond and Round Pond Mtn fire tower in the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

Views: 389

Linville Gorge loop

8/9/20 Sunday
The grand canyon of the East coast.

Views: 302

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