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    Default Mt. Zealand & Mt. Guyot

    11/19/11
    Mt. Zealand, Mt. Guyot
    Trails: Zealand Trail, Twinway
    Distance: 12.8 miles
    Elevation Gain: 2850 feet

    On Saturday, we hiked to Mt. Zealand and Guyot where my brother reached his 39th peak this year. It was another beautiful late fall day in the Whites, and I was looking forward to hiking through this area.

    Zealand Trail on the way to Zealand Falls Hut


    The views from Zeacliff were definitely impressive. The view of the Willey Range in front of the Presidentials was a sight to see and the bowl on Carrigain looks so defined....




    It was a little breezy on the summit of Guyot, but bearable and still enjoyable as we looked out all around the Pemi


    The trails were coated with 1/2 inch or so of snow the entire way, except for a few bare spots near the bottom. There ground was solid on the way in, but there was a little bit of mud in places on the way out. Micro spikes stayed in our bags.

    For my full trip report and more photos, view my blog post for this hike.
    Last edited by DMOutdoors; 11-23-2011 at 12:24 AM. Reason: Changed my brother's peak #
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    Very cool, Dan! Looking forward to doing a similar hike somewhere down the line. Congrats to Bill as he gets closer to finishing his 48!

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    It looks like it was a great day, thanks for posting.

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    I'll second that, it looks like it was a great day! Thanks for sharing.
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