We 5 intrepid souls (10 soles ) braved a steady drizzle to observe the following wildflowers: Bellwort, Columbine, Dutchmen’s Breeches, Trillium (red , white, and painted), Hepatica, Violets, Blood Root, […]
Beautiful day, fairly low humidity. Began our hike @ 0845 from Lincoln Gap. Trail up Abe was very dry. Numerous day hikers and their dogs on the way up and […]
We grouped up at Lincoln Gap at 0830. A perfect morning weatherwise ……little to no humidity, temps cool….everyone in high spirits. A light cloud layer, which promised to move out […]
Under perfect conditions the 5 of us headed North @ 0912. Weather couldn’t have been better. Views from Lincoln and Cutts Peaks were a bit hazy in the distance, but […]
Under overcast skies, we headed into Taylor. Lois was mostly a 1st time hiker and really enjoyed the walk and pace into Taylor. We met up with several people, and […]
We got a fairly early start @ 0800 from Lincoln Gap under cool skies and a bit of mist. Actually, most agreed it was just the perfect temperature to hike. […]
s the announcer at The Vermont City Marathon said : “We’ve got a bluebird day here!” That’s just what all 16 of us humans and 3 dogs enjoyed as we […]
Between Rich and myself, it seems we must have worn out the trails in the Abraham area this summer, eh Rich? Anyhow, weather was beautiful as our rather small group […]
With the day dawning very cloudy and a steady drizzle @0600, the phone began ringing with a few cancellations: “who wants to hike in the rain”, “I think I’m gonna […]
At 3,037′, Spruce Mountain isn’t the highest peak in the area, but the 4 of us seemed to squeeze the best out of the crummy weather (visibility from atop the […]
Brief trail description: From Rte. 17 (Appalachian Gap) , proceed South on LT to Stark’s Nest which is the ski hut atop the single chair lift @ Mad River Glen […]
It was a nice cool morning as we headed north on the LT, stopping by to visit Jay Camp. There was a SoBo just packing up after having spent the […]