May 2015 White Mountain Hiking

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    May 2015 White Mountain Hiking

    Has anyone been hiking recently in the White Mountains of NH?

    Heading up to Crawford Notch area this weekend, and was wondering what the trail conditions are like...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkSnow View Post
    Has anyone been hiking recently in the White Mountains of NH?

    Heading up to Crawford Notch area this weekend, and was wondering what the trail conditions are like...
    Just did the Arethusa Falls to Frankenstein Cliff loop on 5/9. The trail was in great shape not wet at all.
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    Excellent, thanks for the feedback. That's exactly the trail I was going to start with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    Just did the Arethusa Falls to Frankenstein Cliff loop on 5/9. The trail was in great shape not wet at all.
    Just looked at it. Looks nice with interesting features and vantage points.
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    It's also a good intro to-the-hiking-season trail. The Arethusa Falls trail tends to get more crowded as the weather gets warmer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkSnow View Post
    It's also a good intro to-the-hiking-season trail. The Arethusa Falls trail tends to get more crowded as the weather gets warmer.
    It was very crowed on Saturday. Much less coming out on the Frankenstein. The last steep pitch before the RR bed was really dry and loose. Footing was not great.
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    Hiked it yesterday-- cliffs first, then the falls. Some wet spots, but mostly dry. Lots of downed trees after this winter.
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    Went up Indian Head today. The trail was in fine shape. Great views of Lincoln and Loon from up there.

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    Hiked Sanguinary Ridge trail today in Dixville, NH.

    Again, lots of trees down, but otherwise dry trails. Great day to be out there.
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