Bluebird skies and relatively moderate temps greeted us for this relatively simple (this time) hike up to a New England 100 peak. The drive along logging roads was easy, with a thin layer of fresh snow, and even some sand here and there, helping with traction.
We were able to drive to within two miles of Wiggle Brook Road, the summer access road to the trailhead proper. Thanks to at least two people who had broken trail all the way to the summit the previous day. Our group of six (Pam, Tim, Jess, Jessica, Ron, myself) certainly completed the job, all the way up and down in snowshoes. Major snowmobile activity throughout the area!