Date of Hike: 9/11/21
Stony Brook Trail: 3.6 miles / Carter-Moriah Trail: 6.0 miles / Road Walk: 1.0 Miles / Pine Mountain Trail: 2.7 miles / Ledge Trail: 1.0 miles / Pine Link Trail: 3.5 miles / Watson Path: 0.3 miles / Osgood Trail: 0.5 miles / Daniel Webster Scout Trail: 3.6 miles / Imp Trail: 3.1 miles / North Carter Trail: 1.2 miles / Carter-Moriah Trail: 2.6 miles / Stony Brook Trail: 3.6 miles
Total Miles: 34.5 (12,600' elevation gained)
- Future MMD route that will begin and end at my house! Enjoy the pics.
Elevation over distance profile
Hiking up the Stony Brook Trail, it's a mix of soft and easy to rocky and slippery
Presidential Range in the clouds except for Madison
View from the Carter-Moriah Ledges of the Carter Range
Carter Range and the clouds engulfing the northern Presi's
Early morning views from the ledges leading up to Mount Moriah
View from Mount Moriah's summit of the Carter Range
Looking southeast to the Wild River Wilderness and the Baldfaces
Descending the Carter-Moriah Trail
Some very slippery bog bridges
Mount Madison is still the only presi peak in the clear
Grand Trunk Railway in Gorham, NH
Hiking along the clear cut to the Pine Mountain Trail
Chapel View lean-to, part of the Horton Center
Looking over to Chapel Rock
Pano of where I've came from, down in the valley is my house with Mount Moriah rising above it with the edge of town off in the distance too
Pine Mountain summit, a fine view if the old tower was still standing.
View from Pine Mountain ledges looking south towards Pinkham Notch
Pano of Madison and the Carter-Cats range
Hiking along the Horton Center access road to Pinkham B Road and the Pine Link Trail
View of Madison from one of the Howks
Pine Link Trail, slippery when wet!
Looking down at the Howker Ridge, Pine Mountain, Mount Moriah, and my house!
Flags on the 48 to in honor of the lives lost on 9/11
Osgood Ridge and Carter Notch (Carter-Cats Range)
Descending the Daniel Webster Scout Trail, very tedious above treeline
My house is somewhere down there!
Pano of where I was hiking this morning
Dolly Copp Campground
Small cascade on the Imp Trail, a favorite swimming spot for Sarge
Madison, Adams, Jefferson, and Clay in the clear, Washington almost there!
Descending North Carter, not for the faint of heart
One last view of where I live and Pine Mountain
Trails taken along the way