Month: September 2022
Liberty Hike on Lonesome Lake Trail
Saturday, October 8–Liberty Hike on Lonesome Lake Trail. Lonesome Lake Trail is a steady incline hike, but worth it to see the beautiful Lonesome Lake. This is a 3.1-mile loop trail in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire.Views of the Franconia Ridge can be seen on the way to the lake and most of the way is shaded. You will cross several small tributaries of the Pemigewasset River and then start to approach the first of three long switchbacks. Along the lake, the trail is grassy and easy-going. At the lake is the AMC Lonesome Lake Hut. There are also snacks to purchase and restrooms for public use. Hike will begin at 10:00AM. Please try to arrive at the Lafayette Place Campground/Lonesome Lake Trailhead parking lot 10 minutes prior to start time. Hike will be led by Derek Proulx: (603)965-6015 email@example.com.
DENNIS HAS REQUESTED A DELAY.
MEETING TIME CHANGED TO BETWEEN 5:30 AND 6:00 PM.
Sorry about the short notice.
Dennis Pratt is running a Fall Foliage in the Mountains this Friday, Sept 23, and he would like his guests to be able to chat with some of our Lakes Regions Porcupine.
It was supposed to get onto the FSP calendar. The best plans of mice and men, etc..
To that end, they will be dining (early) at our usual meet-up spot, the Hong Kong Buffet in Belmont at 5:00 PM. (Yes, I know, we just met 2 days ago.)
If you can make it, I’m sure that Dennis will be glad that you did.