Snowshoe up Liberty Spring Trail
Part of an overnight loop I did with the Pinkerton Academy Outing Club. Stayed in the hut by Flume.
Great finish to a great day
An easy relaxing loop back to the car after a difficult climb of the icy slide on Mount Flume
A nice climb to a very unique peak.
First time I climbed this peak. Pretty hike, made note of tent platforms for a return visit which I made in Nov of 2004.
A great winter overnight hike. We kept a good eye on the weather and hoped for a bit of snow, but nothing to exciting. This was a GREAT weekend. We hiked up in the early evening (dark in the winter). We got to the tent platforms and had a good nights sleep with about 3 other parties on the platforms. Next day we left gear at the platform and it the summit. We got fantastic views of the just snow covered summit. Some of my best hiking pictures yet. Liberty has yet to disapoint.
Higher than Mt. Flume but not nearly as interesting, still has great views and makes part of a great loop trail...
I did this loop around age 9 or 10 or so with my father-- a cherished childhood memory. I can't see the Flume slides trail being class 3-- how many 9 or 10 year olds can do a class 3 trail? ;)
multiple ascents in my college days with Lafayette, Lincoln, Little Haystack
Spectacular views. Must return in the winter.
Foggy with intermittent rain all weekend.
Foggy and no snow!!!!!!!!!! will have a trip reprt and two routes coming very soon.
Tough 8 mile trek which included Mts Liberty & Little Haystack (had to end there due to high winds & cold temps). Summit of Liberty was gorgeous that day. Views in all directions were remarkable. Some haze led to limited views of the Presidentials but well worth the effort. Falling Waters trail form Little Haystack is gorgeous to descend. Could've done without the black flies & the annoying bugs though!