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Week 12 – Final Week Crawford Path 2018!

This week is our last week of trail work on Crawford Path! That went by fast! This week Matthew Smith the Executive Director of the White Mtn Trail Collective and Melanie Jennifer of Prema Web Design give us the final week update. Thank You SO very much to all who were a part of this…

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Maintaining Rock Stability!

We had a blast last Saturday for NH Volunteer Trail Day!  Emily Cattarin, leader of the Teen Trail Crew, AMC gave us a great demonstration on ensuring rock steps are stable!  A HUGE thanks to all who can out and to MOAT Mtn Brewing for providing tasty treats! Feel like you’re missing out on the…

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Week 11 Crawford Path Update

This weeks update is being given by Diane Taliaferro the Deputy Forest Supervisor of the U.S. Forest Service – White Mountain National Forest. This week the Cardigan Highlanders Volunteer Trail Crew and the Student Conservation Association will be working on branches 2 and 3! A huge THANK YOU to the Appalachian Mountain Club Volunteers for…

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Beautiful article about the emotional connection so many find in our beautiful mountains. If you have a story about hiking in the Whites please share it with us! Your experiences and connection are part of the legacy we want to preserve! #shareyourstory #community #connection#protectthetrailspreservethelegacy Click on link below: Grappeling with Mortality in the White Mountains  

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Crawford Path Update Week 10

We are headed into Week 10 of the Crawford Path Project and still going strong! This weeks update comes to us from the @Vermont Youth Conservation Corps who have been working hard installing rock steps! The Appalachian Mountain Club continues the work they are doing moving rocks! Don’t forget this Saturday is a chance to join in on…

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Week 8 Crawford Path Project Update!

This weeks brief is given by Cristin Bailey of the U.S. Forest Service – White Mountain National Forest. This week the Appalachian Mountain Club trail crew and the SCA New Hampshire Corps will be working on Branch I and on Branch IV the U.S. Forest Service – White Mountain National Forest will be continuing work using the tripods. #protectthetrailspreservethelegacy#trailtough #crawfordturns200 #trailmaintainers #welovetrailcrews    #volunteerdonatehikeshareyourstory

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Week 7 “Peak Week” on Crawford Path!!!!

The Week 7 Crawford Path Operations Update is given by John Brady of the Dartmouth Outing Club! We are at “Peak Week” and SO much has happened and continues to happen on Crawford Path! Stay tuned for more awesome images from our Alpine Rigging Training last week and the All Womens Trail Crew! Appalachian Mountain Club AMC Pinkham…

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Advanced Alpine Rigging

Today capped a three day training of Advanced Alpine Rigging led by OBP Trailworks. If you want to know anything about rigging, Jed Talbot has done it all. The Crawford Path project is not just about on the ground work, but also about sharing the trail building skills that exist in our community. https://www.obptrailworks.com/

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Trial around Mt. Monroe is OPEN!!!

Crawford Path/Appalachian Trail around Mount Monroe is open!  WMNF Closure Order #R9-22-18-01 is now lifted.  The trail crews worked hard to move tons of rocks in an effort to protect fragile alpine vegetation and minimize further erosion.  Thank you for staying on the trail!

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