The demanding trails at Living Memorial Park account for 5% of the trails, and they are incredibly splendid; novices and little ones are in luck too, 95% of the 2 acres of skiing area are blanketed by blue and green trails. The 1 trails of Living Memorial Park are all enjoyable and are served by 1 lifts. The altitude difference is 204 feet, and this ski mountain gets blanketed by 13 feet of wonderful snow per winter. A type III-V+, 6-mile-long whitewater stretch
can be found on close by Adamson River - West Branch, the Route 100A to Putney segment. This stretch of Adamson River - West Branch is well well suited for those proficient in whitewater boating.
If you go to Indian Pond in June, your likely to see it surrounded by the pink flowers of Mountain Laurel. It's very pretty. Mine Ledge to the West and East Hill to the East. It's a rugged hike up Mine Ledge,and a quarter mile more to a spectacular seventy foot ledge dropoff. Great views to the south of the Connecticut River, meandering southward. This is one of my favorite places ever.
- Steve Fisher
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