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Rtailor

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We are planning to backpacking(3D/2N) presidential range traverse with plan of spending first at the Perch, what if we don't get platforms there what's our next possible option? Thanks
 

BodeMiller1

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Bow N.H.
If you are in Concord there are many trails.

The best are on Fisk Hill, and The one on Oak Hill Rd.

There are trails on the Yellow and Blue Trails in South Concord, Bow Line. This is an old Silver Mine....

And The Quarries are fair game and dangerous as F***.

Swim at the Sewalls Falls Dam and You will be loving life, this is my land and it knows me by name.

 

pedxing

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Jul 21, 2001
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Eastern MA
I'd hike GooseEye Mt. in The Maine Whites. The Whites in N.H. are like hiking in a mall.

In Maine, you'll be alone.

I have been so overwhelmed by crowds in the White Mountains of NH, that I avoid weekends. I love the mountains of Maine, but the drive is much longer. I assume the OP has completed his hike and found a good place to camp.
 
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