I had the pleasure of watching this group of great kids earn their “Snowshoeing Award” (similar to a merit badge in Boy Scouts). In addition to snowshoeing to and from camp, they also learned about the history of snowshoeing and snowshoeing safety. More details coming soon!
With my son’s snowshoeing & winter “camping” trip coming up March 17, I decided to get him out for a while with his snowshoes. I’ve also been wanting to get out on a local trail with Chloe, our new dog, to see how her recall is when she is off leash with lots of distractions around. We ended up covering … Read More
My wife, the boys and I wanted to get outside for some fresh air and foliage viewing. I had driven by a sign for Sunset Hill last week while searching for a section of the SRKG. After a quick google search, I found that Sunset Hill was a short trail, offering “sweeping views of Lake Sunapee, Mount Sunapee, Kearsarge, and … Read More
We hiked a loop, starting at the Kidder Brook Bridge and taking Kidder Brook Trail to Morgan Pond Trail Loop. Kidder Brook Trail is New London Conservation Commission Trail #10 and Morgan Pond Trail is trail #20. You can learn more about this trail and the Conservation Commission here: http://www.nl-nhcc.com.
More of a nature path than a hike, Brookside Park’s short (< 1 mile), fun trail is a great place for locals to go if they have young children or just want to get out for a few minutes. The trail appears to be new or has had sections recently rebuilt. There are signs (complete with QR Codes) telling the history of the area, as … Read More