Tuesday, September 08, 2015

White Mountains, NH

The trails came in many forms, some had brand new stairs to avoid a treacherous scramble, others had some rocks positioned so the "flat" side was up in a pile of scree.  Many steep spots had intricate stairs constructed either recently or a century ago.  A bog on top of the Carter Range was made passable with a boardwalk that ensured the fragile plant life could live.

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