Tour: White Mountain National Forest Certification Tour

21 Sep 2017 5:00 PM | Kelly Bryer (Administrator)

Sign-ups open Tuesday, September 26th at 7am.

Thursday, October 12, 2017 (rain date October 13)

Start time: 9am - End time: 2-3pm

GSA’s are invited to the annual tour of the White Mountain National Forest tour on October 12th! In addition to being a great field trip this is your chance to learn more about what the National Forest is and what it has to offer. This year we’ve tried to put together a tour of a “less traveled” route. Whether you are staffing a welcome center along Rt. 93, the airport welcome center, or a chamber in downtown Manchester, everyone will learn something they didn’t know before. So sign up and look forward to a fun day on the White Mountain National Forest and get your White Mountain National Forest Certification! This year’s tour will begin at Forest Service headquarters in Campton (Exit 27) followed by a tour beginning with the Franconia Notch State Park area and then back onto the White Mountain National Forest. There will be several stops throughout the day and doing some walking/hiking. Please wear appropriate foot wear, and as always dress for the weather! Plan to pack a picnic lunch for the trip. Carpooling is encouraged.

WHITE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST GSA CERTIFICATION

Attend any TWO of these annual GSA Certification tours, and receive the special designation and pin.

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Park: you can park in the third row of the WMNF employee lot (behind building)

Pack a lunch - we will be picnicking.


9:00 am WMNF HQ  -- leaving 9:15am

-Franconia Notch quick stop of Old Bridle Path exit (Talk about alternatives for parking in Franconia)

-Exit 35 Route 3 and Gale River and Haystack Road (dispersed tent sites and Trail Heads in area)

-Lunch off Base Road at Upper Falls

-Cog and Jewell and Ammonusuc Ravine Trail

-Clinton Road

-Crawford Path

-Highland Center

If time allows Cherry Mountain Road (Fabyan Cabin)

Back to the Campton Forest Service Building to conclude tour


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