Perfect NE day. Despite reports about the route being tricky, the trail was very well marked with cairns and arrows (made from branches). This was one of the easiest 4000 footers I've done as you start from 2100 feet.
An interesting hike through an area that had appearently been recently logged. There was a blown over tower of some sort on the top. Get good directions if you plan to hike up as the route is a bit confusing.
Climbed with the Crockers via the Appalachian Trail from Caribou Valley Road. An easy bushwack from South Crocker marked with orange ribbons that wasn't difficult to follow. Decent views from the summit before heading back down the logging road.
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