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Jimmy Legs and Little d
03-10-2010, 09:20 PM
We had a planned hike with fellow members of VFTT to Mount Moriah. But, after reading a trail report in which a group of hikers had lost the trail at 2500feet in deep snow, we cancelled that hike and just the two of us settled for Cathedral Ledge.

We bare booted the auto road to the fenced in viewpoint near the summit.


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For minimal effort we had great views of:

Mount Washington Valley


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Cathedral Ledge


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Kearsarge


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Ski area of Cranmore


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North Moat with Red Ridge


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White Ledge


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Afterwards we drove over to the Northern trailhead of the Moats to check out the condition of the trail for a possible hike tomorrow.
We walked to Diana?s Bath


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Where we saw this frozen sculpture.


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