Cooley – Jericho Community Forest

I love when the hardest decision of our day is “where to hike?”. Today was a toss-up between a close and familiar hike, the North and Middle Sugarloaf or a new to us,… Continue reading

Hill-Stead Museum Trails and a Piece of the Metacomet

We had a little free time on Tuesday afternoon and wanted a quick new hike to take in.  We decided to explore the trails at Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington.  We had hoped to… Continue reading

Canal Trail – Wandering the Avon Woods

We spend our Saturday mornings, going to local farms.  One of our favorite places is Sub Edge Farm in Farmington, CT right next door to the Avon town line.  We began to notice… Continue reading

FR 155 and Mt Oscar (attempt)

Our original plan was to drive to Pittsburgh, NH, about two and a half hours away to hike Mt. Magalloway.  However we caved to peer pressure of 1Happy Hiker and fellow hiker, Lisa… Continue reading

Mossy Glenn – Rambling in Randolph, NH

                  We were just looking for a small easy hike, away from Columbus Day weekend popular trails full of people.  The trails around Mossy Glenn,… Continue reading

Devil’s Slide

When it is hot as Hell, as it is up north currently, where should one hike?  Might as meet the devil at his playground, The Devil’s Slide in Stark, New Hampshire. We knew… Continue reading

Iron Mountain, New Hampshire

Monday was a hot, hazy and humid hiking day with barely a breeze.  We thought a short little hike wouldn’t that require much effort would be perfect for weather conditions like these.  We… Continue reading

Sanguinary Ridge Trail, Table Rock Trail, Three Brothers Trail – Dixville Notch Part 2

Our first stop on our Part 2 of exploring Dixville Notch, was the Polish Princess Bakery in Lancaster to pick up something for lunch.  We lucked out and she had just made foccacia… Continue reading

Dixville Notch Waterfalls – Part 1

Our Wednesday started with a drive to far North New Hampshire. An exploration of the Dixville Notch area was on our agenda.  Our first stop was a drive up waterfall, Beaver Brook Falls,… Continue reading

Waterfalls of Dolly Copp Road

It’s a Tuesday, it’s July and the trails are packed in the White Mountains.  So what to do? Go to some waterfalls that aren’t popular.  We decided to hit the waterfalls off of… Continue reading