I got stuck in Boston for the weekend on a business trip and so decided to spend
some time in the wilderness of the White Mountains.


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I found this route on the internet and it seemed like a decent goal for a solo afternoon hike.
Here is the river valley I followed for part of the route starting at the Dartmouth College lodge.


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Here is a shot from walking over a bridge through the forest.


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I had forgotten how much rock is in New England. 'Trails' are often rock piles that
have less moss growing on them like this one.


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The fog was pretty thick through most of the day. I didn't get much of the promised view on this
day, but the weather was warmer than it was in Calgary for the 15th of November.


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I wanted to show the amount of fog. It started to clear up for a few minutes.


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Some of the coniferous forest. Um, so this is about the point that I realized I had added about
4 miles to my hike by taking the wrong trail to the summit. Oh well, I didn't have anywhere to
be that day.

Video from the summit of Mount Moosilauke:



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Here I am at the summit of Mount Moosilauke, New Hampshire.


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Here you can see the sweet new Arcteryx soft shell pants I tried out on this trip.


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It doesn't seem that high but most of the mountains in New England start pretty low. I took the
Ridge Trail up and the Gorge Trail down.

Video of the views on the hike out.


Here is a link to the hike: LINK

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