Moosilauke

Although today began cloudy, conditions slowly cleared throughout the day. Lelia and Andy and I headed for Moosilauke, climbing Gorge Brook, and then heading down Carriage Road and Snapper.

Andy and David on summit of Mount Moosilauke.

Unfortunately, there were many, many other people out hiking today – a holiday here in the US – because it has rained for the past five days and this was the first (somewhat) nice day for a week. Still, a fine day for a hike! Read on and check the Photo gallery.

2021 July 5.
2021 March 21.

Here’s a spot I always pause, near the South Peak where the Glencliff trail meets the Carriage Road trail. What a difference since March!

The best thing about summer hiking on Moosilauke is a stop at the Moose Scoops in Warren, where I had the Redstone Missle Brownie Sundae, with scoops of Moose Tracks and Muddy Boots, for lunch.

Brownie sundae at Moose Scoops in Warren, NH.

Check out the Photo gallery on SmugMug.

Hike stats: Approx 2h10m up, 15m summit, 2h down, including stops and a lengthy walk along access road.

Mount Moosilauke: Map of our hike up Gorge Brook, across Carriage Road, and down Snapper.

Author: dfkotz

David Kotz is an outdoor enthusiast, traveller, husband, and father of three. He is also a Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth College.

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