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Hiking Trail Conditions Report
Peaks
Peaks Mt. Moriah, NH
Trails
Trails: Stony Brook Trail, Carter Moriah Trail
Date of Hike
Date of Hike: Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Parking/Access Road Notes
Parking/Access Road Notes: Plenty of room at the Stony Brook trailhead parking 
Surface Conditions
Surface Conditions: Dry Trail, Wet Trail, Mud - Minor/Avoidable, Snow/Ice - Monorail (Stable), Snow - Spring Snow, Snow/Ice - Small Patches 
Recommended Equipment
Recommended Equipment:  
Water Crossing Notes
Water Crossing Notes: All brook crossed easily on rocks 
Trail Maintenance Notes
Trail Maintenance Notes: Trails were in good condition. Some blow downs that caused no difficulties. 
Dog-Related Notes
Dog-Related Notes: fine for dogs 
Bugs
Bugs: None in the AM. A few in the PM 
Lost and Found
Lost and Found:  
 
Comments
Comments: Stony Brook trail has generally an easy grade and good footing. Only a few rocky/bouldery sections. A short stretch of trail with running water with plenty of rocks to avoid getting wet. Mud spots from time to time that usually had rocks and roots to step on.
The Carter-Moriah trail had mostly dry ledges today. These ledges could be difficult if wet or icy. There was more snow on the trail than I expected. I was able to balance on the thin solid monorail. The most snow was in the area near the junction of the Carter-Moriah Trail and the Kenduskeag Trail. Most of the final ascent route from the aforementioned junction to Moriah was dry surface that provided safe footing. There were mud spots on the Carter-Moriah Trail. Nevertheless, the Carter-Moriah Trail can be hiked without traction or flotation since most of the distance is free of snow.
So nobody on the ascent route. I met two hikers at the summit of Mt Moriah. We had a nice conversation at a distance. Met nobody on descent until I almost reached the trailhead where there were two Massachusetts tourists out for a stroll.
Nice views from the summit and the south ledges before the clouds rolled in. Wild flowers included Red Trillium, Painted Trillium, Hobblebush, and Bunchberry.  
Name
Name: WAUMBEK 
E-Mail
E-Mail: WAUMBEK@Roadrunner.com 
Date Submitted
Date Submitted: 2020-06-02 
Link
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