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Friday, February 12, 2010

2/11/10 Hunters Brook and the Triad

Windy day so we chose a mostly woodsy hike. We parked on Route 3 and walked down the bank to the carriage road and that to the Hunters Brook Trail- beautiful woods. This trail follows the stream for about 50 minutes and then turns west climbing to the carriage road.The trail continues across the road but we turned north to the Pond Trail which hadn't been used lately and was a bit of a slog. This trail took us to the Triad Trail ( a nice gradual climb through more pretty woods) which we followed to the summit, shared an apple, and were ready to continue on down the other side when I discovered I had dropped Kelley's leash ( which I would need when we neared the road). This meant we had to retrace our steps and did find the leash at the beginning of the Pond Trail. We got back on the carriage road and walked it back to near the stables and then walked down to the loop road and back to our car. 3 1/2 hours



Hunters Brook Trail

Hunters Brook

Beside Carriage Road

Pond Trail

The Triad

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