Mile 5.9 South — The President’s Section — Elev. 2600 ft.
This shelter replaced Breadloaf Glen
The path then zigzags down steeply, makes a long circuit to the north and then to the southeast into the valley of the New Haven River, where it reaches Emily Proctor Lodge, a Club shelter beautifully situated in a deep glen near the foot of a rocky cascade. [O’Kane, 1926] Lodge has a fair stove, cooking utensils and pole bunks for 12 to 15 persons. It is located at a waterfall in a deep gorge on the headwaters of the New Haven River. [GB 7th Edition, 1928] In Breadloaf Glen .8 mile from LT
This shelter was replaced by Emily Proctor Lodge (2nd)