It was windy, almost autumnal, but a fine two day traverse. When you can’t see much through the clouds, what makes it special?
Mt Moriah (4,049 feet). Gorham, NH. 2020-11-05 (Thursday.) Via Stony Brook, and Carter-Moriah Trails, and the summit spur. 10 miles round-trip, approx 3,100 feet elevation gain. 45 dF at the trailhead, 60 dF at the summit. Winds were negligible in the trees, about 10-15 knots at the summit. Sun, with a few clouds throughout. (Note: MW-Obs called for winds of 45-65 MPH with gusts up to 80 MPH on the […]
It’s the end of winter as we know it, and it was fine. Mt Moriah, Gorham, NH. 2018-03-19. (Monday) Via Carter-Moriah trail. Between 10-20 dF +/- and cloudy. Wind at summit was 8-10 knots. Trailhead: 0945; summit 1330; back at car: 1620. 9 miles there and back again. As I write this, astronomical springtime is hours away. Per the AMC, despite mounds of snow remaining on the trails, winter is […]