Tag: rivers

Ripley Falls Winter Hiking, 04/06/22

Location: Hart’s Location, NH

Date: 4/6/22

They list it as a moderate hike, but honestly, there isn’t much in the way of difficulty here. It’s probably best to avoid it after a snowfall, as a section of it runs right along a steep ridge (the AllTrails comment about a ski pole going right through and finding air gave me some pause). Very short – one mile out and back – but the falls definitely makes it worth it. The whole area out on the Crawford Notch Rd. (before you hit Attitash) is gorgeous, with many trails and trailheads.

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Hiking the Flume Gorge, 3/26/22

Location: Lincoln, NH

Date: 3/26/22

Heavily trafficked in the summer (and fairly expensive to get in), the Flume Gorge is incredible in the winter. Definitely a must-hit if you find yourself in the Franconia corridor in the winter (crampons are a must, however). A bit late in the season, but the snow pack was still lighter than it usually is in late March.

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The Birds – Vermont Version

The Birds – snippet of a recent kayaking trip on the Waits River, Bradford, Vermont (full version is here). Gives Hitchcock a bit of a run for his money.

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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.

Connecticut River, Woodsville, New Hampshire 10/15/21

Kayaking the Connecticut River in Woodsville, New Hampshire, from the boat launch up to the narrows. Nice look at the Woodsville Covered Bridge.

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Kayaking on the Waits River, Bradford, Vermont 9/13/21

Kayaking the “affluence” in Bradford, Vermont. It’s basically where the Waits River meets the Connecticut River. Great location for bird watching in the summer, with ducks, heron. I’ve even seen a deer here midday (I have a picture somewhere, will upload it eventually). Mid-September is a bit late in the season, but still a great kayak with channels and a nice Hitchcock moment about halfway through.

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Sabbaday Falls

Location: Conway, NH

Date: 1/18/21

Located on the Kancamagus Highway in NH, this is an easy .7 out and back trail that leads to a waterfall. There’s also a longer loop trail you can take. Crampons are recommended for the winter, and note that part of the trail is closed off over the falls. The fourth shot is of the Pemigewasset Overlook, a few miles to the east.

Serendipity Loop Trail

Location: Lincoln, NH

Date: 12/31/20

A nice way to close out the year. Pull into Loon Mountain and hook a left. The parking leaves a bit to be desired, so you might want to go early. This is a 2.3 mile loop, half of which runs along the river.

Wells River – No Ice Yet

Location: Wells River, in Wells River, VT

Date: 11/16/20

I had hoped it would have a bit of ice around it, but apparently a river needs more than a couple of days in the 20s to get all arrrrg, ice. Soon. This is just above our house. Great white water kayaking spot in the spring, or any time a hurricane meanders through.

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