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Date Posted: 03:45:18 03/07/04 Sun
Author: Roy Schweiker
Subject: Smarts/Kinsman/Franconia
In reply to: Kent Sullivan-Wiley 's message, "wanted: recommendations for a 2 day hike" on 07:06:28 03/01/04 Mon

The rest of Vermont from US-4 and the first part of NH is hilly across divides, with nothing over 3000', and unlikely to contain snow unless there is a late-season storm.

The section over Smarts Mtn to Glencliff has small mountains with minimal snow likely.

Moosilauke-Kinsman has some spectacular bare summits but may well have significant snow, and Franconia-Twins is even higher and you may well be in snow for most of the ridge. You could check the trail conditions at http://www.viewsfromthetop.com/trail/nh/index.html a week or so before your trip to see what is likely

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