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Hexacuba Shelter, Kodak Trail

Appalachian Trail (AT) - The Hexacuba Shelter is a six-sided hexagonal shelter on the south side of Mount Cube, just off the Kodak Trail (AT) in Orford, New Hampshire.
Hexacuba Shelter – Kodak Trail (AT), New Hampshire
 

Hexacuba Shelter, Kodak Trail – Built in 1989 by the Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC), the Hexacuba Shelter is a six-sided hexagonal log shelter that sleeps 8-10. It's located at 1,980 feet on the south side of Mount Cube on a spur path off the Kodak Trail, a segment of the Appalachian Trail, in Orford, New Hampshire.

Three trails lead to Mount Cube: the Kodak Trail, the Mt. Cube Trail, and the Cross Rivendell Trail. The Kodak Trail is the most scenic of the three; the trail was named this because it travels over Eastman Ledges, and there are numerous "Kodak moments" along the trail. The older generation may understand this connection better than the younger generation.

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