Walking Through History on South Uncanoonuc Mountain
I had a few free hours this past Saturday, so I decided to checkout South Uncanoonuc Mountain. I've never heard a good thing about this peak due to the radio towers on the summit and the limited views. However, I've read a lot about the history of the mountain, so I was excited to get up there and see if I could find some remnants from the past. I was able to find some old foundations, railway ties, benchmark and more. There were also a couple good views...not the Whites, but it was fine for a small hike in the Manchester area.
Here's my full, detailed report: http://livefreeandhikenh.blogspot.co...ncanoonuc.html Please visit if you have a minute!
Here are some of my favorite pics:
I got this comparison idea (current/past) from 1HappyHiker on his blog...credit for a good idea is all his!
Not sure what mountains these are...any help out there?