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Hike: Water Falls and Summits Tomorrow Sunday ( Advanced )

Hike: Water Falls and Summits Tomorrow Sunday

Last Minute Posting.....

Seeing the weather is looking good for tomorrow and this is last minute I will organize a group of adventurists to hike the Mt Moosilauke, Via the Beaver Brook Trail...  Then travel along the ridge following the "AT" past the summit to a dropped car at Route 25...  Its will be a great trip starts off with following waterfalls up the side of the mountain and there is interesting Ladders and hiking challenges may have some wet trails but weather is looking good come on out...

Overview of Attractions
The Summit
360 degree view, 100 acres of alpine tundra, ruins of Summit Camp and two Summit Cabins.
Beaver Brook Cascades
Some of the finest cascades in the region.
South Peak
Less frequented than the main summit, great views of Warren NH nearly 4000 feet below.
Jobildunc Ravine
Spectacular glacial cirque. Difficult bushwhack access to base, good views of headwalls from Gorge Brook, Upper Beaver Brook, and particularly from viewpoint on Al Merrill Ski Loop.
Little Tunnel Ravine
Another glacial cirque; northeast of the Benton Trail. Numerous cascades and good views into ravine from Benton Trail.
Ravine Lodge area
Unique, historic log building.

The above are the obvious high points, but they are only a beginning to the adventures possible. Within this thirty square mile mountain region are miles of idyllic streams, old logging roads, rock slides, subsidiary summits, and intriguing woods to explore. Subject to your route-finding and map-reading ability, the possibilities are endless.


The Plan:

After Car drop etc.. 10am Head up the Beaver Brook trail to Summit. Descend down the Carriage Road Trail to Glencliff trail (AT) to the parking lot on High Street off route 25..



7.6 Miles total

Gain 3,050

Pace: Easy to Moderate

Hiking time " Book"  6.o hours


Carpool: Meet at Hatch Plaza at 8:30  Its located off route 93 exit 26 in Plymouth NH There is a Hanafords in the plaza...  We can drop some cars there and roll up..

If your rolling out of Boston or other then post a measage here on the board and see if there is others willing to share cost of full and empty space in the car...


Trip Planning & Research:

I did my research using the Appalachian Mountain Club's "White Mountain Guide", trail maps, and the Internet. You need to become self-reliant by becoming familiar with the route, terrain, and potential hazards since you are ultimately responsible for your own safety.

Map # 4

Waiver:  Read !!!

Be Warned!

Mountaineering, Skiing – Alpine or Back Country, Rock & Ice Climbing by its very nature is an extremely hazardous activity’s.

Falling off any part of a climbing route or bouldering challenge or other associated activities, hiking or backpacking to a destination could result in injury or death. Weather, it be Trail conditions, or be it a slip on a trail or falling objects like rocks, climbing gear or tree’s from above, or avalanche can all incur injuries’ and/or death. You are always attending at your own risk!

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It’s always your right to back out at any time and live the good life at home in front of the television for the day….

That said have fun! Play safely! And take the responsibility of your own actions.

The Organizers…

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  • Karl R.

    Being my first 4000 footer, I was glad that I have Jay and Kristie to share the milestone with. They are always great company on and off the trail.

    June 10, 2013

  • Kristie W.

    Amazing views! Jay and Karl always make for great company! The steepest trail climbed to date, but well worth it in the end!

    June 10, 2013

  • Jay B.

    Excellent hike. Waterfalls where pumping and the trail steep! But all worth the work. Feeling it today too. Can't wait for next weekends Trip.

    June 10, 2013

  • Karl R.

    Willing to car pool leaving from Quincy

    June 8, 2013

  • Jay B.

    I checked the map.. should be real close to where the trail head is located.. We can drop cars there and carpool over to the Beaver Brook Trail Head

    June 8, 2013

    • Karl R.

      See ya at Hannafords

      June 8, 2013

3 went

  • Jay B.
    Trail Name: "Evil Jay", Organizer,
    Event Host
  • Kristie W.
    Total, Honey Badger!, Co-Organizer
  • Karl R.
    AKA "BP" Bog Probe, Assistant Organizer

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