This Meetup is cancelled

West End Farm Trail

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    Clinton Street, Concord, NH (map)

    43.188339 -71.553932

  • I will have my Green and Gray Dodge Datoka Pick Up with a white cap.

    This will be a 7.25 miles hike in the city of Concord NH.

    • Parking is available along Silk Farm Road near the entrance to the paved bike Path.

    • Follow the paved bike path to Stickney Hill Road. Cross under I-89 to the gated trail entrance and walk northerly towards Dimond Hill Farm. (1.5 miles)

    • Continue north past the picnic tables to the stonewall. At the stonewall continue straight through the next field and continue north to the woods road.(3 miles)

    • At Currier Road continue 300 feet to the west and continue north along the snowmobile trail. After 1/4 mile the trails diverge, Turn east and continue north to Rossview Farm. (3.8 miles)

    • Follow farm road to District #5 Road.

    • Cross District #5 Road and continue north on the trail. (5.25 miles)

    • End of trail is at Carter Hill Orchard (7.25 miles)

    We will need to put cars at both ends of the trail.


    Starting Elevation: Will Update

    Ending Elevation: Will Update

    Elevation Gain: Minimal

    Distance: 7.25 miles

    Time: 6 +/- Hours

    Trials: West End Farm Tril

    Type Of Hike: One Way

    Difficulty: Easy But Long

    Special Equipment: None

    Bring A Guest: Yes 1

    Bring Your Dog: No

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     • Newspaper Story About The Trail

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  • Marilyn J

    Michael - I see from another hike that you hurt your back and can't hike. Other than checking in on this website and seeing the Concord hike was cancelled, is there another method of notification for a hike that has been cancelled?

    April 30, 2014

    • Michael Crowley - E.

      I sent out 2 E-Mails prior to canceling the hike.

      May 1, 2014

    • Marilyn J

      I guess because I did not sign up (waiting until the last minute), I don't receive the emails. See you at the next hike.

      May 2, 2014

  • Marilyn J

    Anyone coming from the Portsmouth area to carpool?

    April 26, 2014


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