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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

12/2/09 Kennebec Valley Trail

I have started looking at trails for possible winter hikes. This is a rail-trail that runs from N. Anson to Bingham (14.6 miles). We started at the Bingham end and walked south for 2 hours (in sight of the railroad bridge north of Solon) and then returned to Bingham. It was mostly a pleasant walk through woods and close to the Kennebec River but also close to the highway at times. It seems it would be a good winter trail and also good for cross country skiing.





















2 comments:

  1. That looks like a skin of ice on the water covered leaves...brrr.

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  2. It is ice. On the return trip it was mostly gone.

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