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Backpacking: Pemi Loop (3d-2n) Advanced-? Bucket List item..!

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  • Lincoln Woods Visitor Center / Lincoln Woods Trailhead

    Kancamagus Highway / NH Route 112, Lincoln, MA (map)

    42.425835 -71.304443

  • Price: $30.00 /per person

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  • Backpacking: Pemi Loop (3d-2n) Advanced-? 

    Bucket List item..!

    12 - 4000, footers on one trip... Yahoo...!!

    Warning. This likely will be one of the coldest of the backpacking trips offered by me. We will encounter ice and most likely snow on our trip. No crowds which makes it the best...! 

    A little Pre-Winter Training Anyone...?


    Coming Soon

    Route Description:

    Pace: Slow - Moderate

    Rated:  Advanced

    Stat’s:   Coming Soon

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    Pet’s:  Limited space only! With permission from the Organizer.

    Your dog should have responsible human along on the trip. They should understand the physical demands of the hike and have experience and be fit enough to follow. They should also know trail regulations for that hike. It is not the organizers responsibility. Have good etiquette while on the trail.  Have a leash for when you feel frisky. Have some First aid preparedness in case you slip and fall, or try to play with that porcupine again.  Have the food and water available for carbohydrate loading when needed. Provide you some sleeping shelter & blanket to keep you warm and insulated from the ground. Maybe even some doggy clothing like jacket or booties for those cold hikes.

    If your owner doesn't want to carry you gear cause they are lazy don’t let them make you carry more than 25% of your body weight.. It’s not fair..! Remember your toy cause the days are long and the nights can be longer. Remember the sofa is a pretty safe and warm place too..

    Tent Buddy List:

    We can figure that out in the days before the trip or in the parking lot.


    You must have the basic backpacking equipment.

    Some stuff can be borrowed from other’s. Community Gear is available like stove and water filters

    I recommend a comment on the threads below your selected trip for available gear and carpooling etc..

    Look to the gear list listed at our group page.

    Click  "More"

    Click  "Files"

    Click  "Gear List – Backpacking

    Getting There:

    Carpooling options should be posted as a thread on the Meetup Page. Sharing a ride, it’s always more fun!

    Additional 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 #


    The White Mountains have notoriously unpredictable weather.. Any weather report is only good for 24 hours... Decision on “go – no – go” will be made 24 – 48 hours before the trip...FYI

    Trip Area Web Links:

    RSVP Fee’s:

    Covers all Camping spots run by the AMC & Partially is a donation to the groups operating cost for the year! Typically $5.00 for below treeline adventures and above treeline will be $10.00 Based on this Organizer....

    Also in any cost will be a PayPal fee’s for collection.

    If you’re a Organizer?

    Please contact me, if you would like to attend. We are willing to waive the donation portion of the fee for being a continued volunteering/organizer of Meetup.

    Why we Charge a Fee? It only gets real truly interested participants to sign up for the trip. Our turnover rates are way too high backpacking trips posted without the fee. High turnover = More work for the organizer. Bit frustrating with greater than 60% at times, cancellation rate. When it free people sometime just don't care. Money separates the bullshit from real folks, looking for that experience outdoors.

    Personally, I really hate to do it.. But many folks have been losing out on the opportunity due to no shows or last minute cancellations & and it only the cost of a cup of coffee and pastry at Starbucks  You can always contact me for more information or to complain. Jay Briscoe

    Post Trip:

    You always should have a clean set of cloths waiting in the car and some cash for some grub for the ride home.

    Please take a moment to review our group. We always like feedback.

    Waiver:  Read !!!

    Be Warned!

    Mountaineering, Skiing – Alpine or Back Country, Rock & Ice Climbing. Even Hiking can be by its very nature is an extremely hazardous activity.

    Falling off any part of a climbing route or bouldering challenge or other associated activity's, 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, including avalanche, can all incur injuries’ and/or death. You are always attending at your own risk!

    Any information on this Meetup group page is for the basic understanding of what could be encountered. We do not guaranty any type of accuracy on this information. You should always, seek your own additional resources of information for any Meetup.  You as an active member! Perhaps? lacking any of the following, experienced knowledge, professional training, good judgment, moral caricature or a conscious or even good . We or anyone on any Meetup-Mountaineers cannot be held responsible in anyway.

    When arriving at any Meetup you should always use your own best judgment. Weather or not the conditions “ both physical or mental” are in your best interests. The judgment, Is this a place you should or shouldn’t be?

    If you get hurt! Don’t even think about blaming someone else. You made all the decisions and where warned.  Stepping out of bed and driving to the meeting location. Too walk up to the activity and participate is on you. We are not guides or leaders in any event held. Just the organizers of finding a meeting location that people with similar interests can meet and socialize and participate in doing activities in which we have chosen an interest in performing..

    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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  • Jay B.

    Hey folks looking like I might have to work on Monday... I need to keep it free to if I need too :-( Peep's like a kitchen to cook there turkeys in....
    Sunday looks like possible rain at all elevations.. Just leaves Sat looking at it this early in the week. But with the Monday most likely having to work I will be cancelling this meetup.. I know bummer this is a loop I have not completely done in one trip. I will be re-posting for next year for sure.. Say Memorial Day Weekend?

    Iva, Thank you for all the research it will not go to waste...

    There is a full fall list of trips I want to post I just have to get by some work and cabin stuff before the snow fly's..

    November 5, 2013

    • Karl R.

      That stinks was looking forward to it but next time.

      November 5, 2013

  • Shahzad

    I would like to do this trip but I would sign up later in the week when I know I can take the Monday off.

    November 3, 2013

  • Iva

    So, I mapped out the loop, miles, vert feet and all. And... by my calc, day one is probably too advanced for me. Combination of # of miles, # of vert feet, dark, ridge, possible ice and the last 4 miles rough from Lafayette to Garfield camp kinda made me re-think it. I'd do it in 3 days in summer, or 4 days in winter i suppose.. Dylan and I may come meet you at the top of Flume and see you through to Liberty for a day loop hike.

    November 3, 2013

  • David H.

    Still hiking with the flag?

    October 28, 2013

  • Tom S.

    Jay, me and Molly (the dog) might be in, in which case I'll offer my 4-man winter tent. As you know Baha and I did Bondcliff - North Twin so I'm familiar with the area. I've been anxious to do something big so this may be it. I'll get back to you all.

    October 28, 2013

  • Karl R.

    I get goose bumps!LOL

    October 24, 2013

  • David H.

    Will know if I can go in a week or so I know it's short term notice but I'm not sure of plans. I'd be psyched to hike again with old friends!!!

    1 · October 24, 2013

  • Kristie W.

    So excited for this!!

    1 · October 24, 2013

  • Iva

    Wow Jay! I can't seem to complete paypal from my phone, will sign up when i get to work. Dylan wants to come too! If forecast ends up looking very rainy we may bail (dylan has hair not fur so he gets wet and takes time to dry), but otherwise woohoo!!

    1 · October 24, 2013


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