The Highpointers Club did an excellent job working together with the property owners to create such an enjoyable summit trail and helping keep this HP accessible to the public.
This was the fifth of seven HPs (plus Washington, D.C.) I would reach in two days' time. HP #29 for me.
After getting my butt kicked by Katahdin, I barely had the energy to make it up this beast. I dug down deep inside of myself, and somehow, found the courage and stamina to push on, and made it to the top.
Very nicely maintained gravel path. A cloudy day that threatened rain, but I was able to avoid getting wet.
Ascended with my brother and father on the way back from Baxter State Park in Maine.
Nice scenery. Visited the true highpoint, about five minutes into the woods. HP #5 for the Mrs., #7 for me.
Nice little path to the high point. I was a little confused by the other markers along the way. I was pleased that the current owners opened it up. High point #2.
GLAD THE NEW OWNERS ARE MORE ACCEPTING OF HIGHPOINTERS
While in Boston for work, pickup as many state HPs as possible!
I went on one of the open dates. I didn't see any times when the summit was open so I strolled in at about 7 am. It must've been too early because a guy followed me in his car when I left. I pulled over to see what he had to say to me, but he just kept going with a mean scowl on his face.
Drove to this State Highpoint. Was a long drive from Mount Greylock to bag this one. Strange hobby I have. HP #27.
Very nice of the Mosely's to keep everything so pleasantly maintained.
Well Marked and maintained, very glad they allow visitors. Would have said hello if I saw them.
My dog Spanky and I met Jeff Mosley (he and his wife own the property that must be crossed). He greeted us warmly - Nice guy! Twas a beautiful sunny day.
Bagged HP #27 on our way home from climbing Katahdin. Beautiful day and a quick walk to the HP. : )
2nd HP in the same day...
We went to the side post!!
Back when the landowners were real nasty about visitors. Went on an 'open date'.
This was our 5th highpoint of our NE road trip. This is a beautiful part of the country.
My daughter and I visited this during our highpoints quest in the mid 1980s -- it was ungated and unmarked back then, and there was not enough interest in highpoints to cause the access problems that came in the 1990s with increasing highpoint tourism! This was our 15th of my 49 state high points.
I know, I know...it gets old.
I visited this lovely spot on a rainy day. A big thank you to the Mosely's for the sweet trail to the big rock. I really liked that Great Laurel at the start.