Posts Tagged: white mountains national forest



Lincoln Woods Trail Temporary Closure

Lincoln Woods Trail Temporary Closure
Lincoln Woods Trail, New Hampshire – Tropical Storm Irene Damaged
 

July 2013, Lincoln Woods Trail Temporary Closure – The Lincoln Woods Trail in Lincoln, New Hampshire will be temporary closed in mid-August 2013 for six to eight weeks while Forest Service repairs damage from Tropical Storm Irene. You can read the White Mountains National Forest announcement here.

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Autumn Season


Autumn Foliage Season Images by ScenicNH Photography LLC

 

Week of October 3, 2011:
Here is a slideshow of autumn foliage from around the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Even though the color is off and looks beat up this year from Tropical Storm Irene, some nice scenes still can be found. 

I am not going to attempt to explain what is happening with this year's foliage, but will say it is very "off" when compared to other autumn seasons. Click on any image to view a lager preview.

Happy image making..

Kancamagus Byway, Campsite trash

Poor leave no trace ethics on Fire road 511 along the Kancamagus Highway (route 112), which is one of New England's scenic byways in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. This road has many campgrounds but campers still prefer to camp off in the woods. Leaving a mess behind, like this, is not acceptable. People need to pick up their mess when they leave the forest.
Kancamagus Scenic Byway – Forest Road 511 Campsite
 

Campsite trash – Admittedly the heat has taken its toll on me this week and I didn’t feel like doing anything today. My plans for the day were to walk up Forest Road 511 along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway in New Hampshire to finish photographing a hardwood forest I found a few months ago. There is a nice mix of hardwoods in this area. 

As I started walking up the Forest Road today, I changed my plans and decided to pick up a mess left at a campsite along the Forest Road. The trash has been there a least a few months (maybe more), definitely abandoned. Most of it has been blowing around the area.

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