Trip report

Mt. Adams via King Ravine Trail

Hiking/Walk DATE: 08/17/2013 - 08/17/2013

Trip/Event Location: Randolph, NH

Trip Leader(s): gsgraham

Max # People: 10

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

Difficulty Level: Strenuous

We'll start out on Lowe’s Path and followed its moderate grade for 1.8 miles to the junction of the King Ravine Trail. We will follow the path called "Subway" (it winds through and

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

Meet at the Appalachia Parking Area

From route 93, take exit 35 (A little north of Franconia Notch) or exit 40 if you're coming from the north. Your goal is to get on route 115 and take it to route 2, where you will turn right. Then on route 2 drive until you see a long parking lot that parallels the road on the right. This is after Jefferson Notch road (both ends) and before Dolly Copp road. If you make it to Gorham, you have gone way too far.

From Conway, take route 16 up till it meets 2 in Gorham, and then turn left onto 2, passing Dolly Copp road, and turn left into the Appalachia parking lot.

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