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First Kayak ’22: Echo Lake

Location: Franconia, NH

Date: 5/22/22

Finally got some kayaking in, much later than usual. This is Echo Lake, at the base of Cannon Mountain.

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Winter Hiking: Lone Oak Trail, Woodsville, NH

Location: Woodsville, New Hampshire

Date: 2/20/22, 2/24/22

Tucked away just north of Woodsville is the Lone Oak Trail, maintained by the Upper Valley Land Trust. While short, this moderate trail features a bit of elevation, making it steep in places (particularly as you reach the summit). It’s definitely worth the effort, though, as you can see from the view. I had a crampon blow out on this one, so actually had to make a couple of runs at it before getting to the top.

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Hubbard Park, Montpelier, Vermont 02/21/22

Location: Montpelier, Vermont

Date: 02/21/22

Just north of the statehouse in Montpelier, Hubbard Park is a 194-acre park packed with hiking trails, shelters, fire places, and a large stone tower at its highest point. There are multiple parking areas and access points; we parked on Parkway Street and hiked up, which was under two miles in and back, with some elevation. There is nothing too strenuous here, but it is a great place to do some light hiking, although I imagine it probably is pretty well-traveled at times.

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Owlshead Mountain – hiking 2/17/22

Location: Peacham, Vermont (Groton State Forest)

Date: 02/17/22

The yearly winter hike up Owlshead. The temps were pushing 50 and rain was in the forecast, but it held off. I had the mountain to myself.

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The Basin in Winter

Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire

Date: 2/8/22

Dubbed by no less than Henry David Thoreau as “perhaps the most remarkable curiosity of its kind in New England,” The Basin is also was fun short hike with a unique reward. Winter is no different, and you certainly won’t have the crowds to deal with. This is located directly off I-93 and along the Franconia Notch Bike Trail.

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Winter Hiking The Flume, 1/13/22

Location: Lincoln, NH
Date: 1/13/22

A popular White Mountains destination in the summer, The Flume is also a great hike in the winter (and free). While the gorge itself is closed to hikers, the two-mile loop sees a fair amount of traffic, particularly on weekends. Crampons are highly recommended, as the trail can be quite icy in spots. This is a fun hike with lots to see — highly recommended.

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Winter Hiking Peacham Bog, 1/5/22

This 4.5 mile in and out trail is an easy hike out to a unique part of the Groton State Forest in Vermont: the 748 acre Peacham Bog Natural Area.

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Winter Hike, Glen Moss Falls, Stowe, Vermont 12/30/21

Location: Stowe, Vermont

Date: 12/30/21

OK, admittedly, this is a much more impressive place to visit in the summer. One of the largest falls in Vermont, the main section of the falls is a higher flow, 75-foot drop. You can take a trail right to the very base of it, or take a left and climb up to take better photos of it. It is a very short, easy hike, about five minutes from Stowe village.

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Winter Hiking Kilburn Craig, Littleton, New Hampshire 12/28/21

Managed to get a quick winter hike in before the end of the year. Kilburn Craig is an easy, short hike, although the first third of it is a bit on the steep side. The payoff is a great overlook of Littleton, New Hampshire.

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Stray Vermont foliage pictures 2021

I actually got out a bit this year and experienced the yearly local phenom, foliage. I usually had the GoPro with me, but I did manage to snag a few decent pictures locally with my Nikon. As always, feel free to use these non-commercially as you wish so long as you link back to my homepage, www.rwaynegray.com. Thanks!

Beaver Pond

Taken at the top of the Lost River Road in NH’s White Mountains.

Boulder Beach

Groton, Vermont’s Boulder Beach may be cold for swimming come October, but the foliage is gorgeous.

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