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Flume Slide Trail to Liberty Spring Trail Loop ( Day Hike / United States White Mountain National Forest)

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Date:
27 Jul, 2019(Sat) [Day Trip]
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msato , and 1 members


How to reach:
  Transport: Car/Motorcycle
200 Miles from south RI
At the trailhead of Whitehouse trail, there is a free parking.


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Trail head
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Trail head

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The trail head of Flume slide trail
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The trail head of Flume slide trail
A small brook
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A small brook

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A long slab
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A long slab

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The steepest section
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The steepest section

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The summit of Mt.Flume
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The summit of Mt.Flume

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Franconia ridge and Mt. little Heystack
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Franconia ridge and Mt. little Heystack

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Notes:(by msato)
   Flume slide trail is one of "The Terrifying 25" most challenging trails in NH especially in White Mountain range.
This route is located above the famous "Flume Gorge".
The haighlight of this trail is a long steep slab along with rocky trail and small brooks.
The rockes were in dry condition and dosens of peapole enjoyed climbing them. Not only people but also a dog climbed eather.

Most of the trail is in the forest but on the summit ridge on the Franconia ridge trail is open and good to see entire White Mountain area.

With a Bostonian friend, it was a joyful day hike as a first mountaineering in the U.S..


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