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    Default Lean-Tos listed in order, S >N

    Carlo Col
    Full Goose
    Speck Pond
    Baldpate
    Frye Notch
    Hall Mountain
    Bemis Mountain
    Sabbath Day Pond
    Piazza Rock
    Poplar Ridge
    Spaulding Mountain
    Horns Pond
    Little Bigelow
    West Carry Pond
    Pierce Pond
    - The Kennebec River -
    Pleasant Pond
    Bald Mountain Brook
    Moxie Bald
    Horseshoe Canyon
    - 100 mile wilderness -
    Leeman Brook
    Wilson Valley
    Long Pond Stream
    Cloud Pond
    Chairback Gap
    Carl A. Newhall
    Logan Brook
    East Branch
    Cooper Brook Falls
    Potaywadjo Spring
    Wadleigh Stream
    Rainbow Stream
    Hurd Brook
    - Baxter State Park -
    The Birches - $9 fee
    Last edited by TJ aka Teej; 02-19-2004 at 23:15. Reason: New fee at the Birches for 2004
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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    Yea.....TJ does Gentian Pond Campsite have a shelter, I forget?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kozmic Zian
    Yea.....TJ does Gentian Pond Campsite have a shelter, I forget?
    It sure does. Here is a picture of it :

    http://www.whiteblaze.net/gallery/sh...cat=500&page=1

    Its in NH just north of Gorham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by celt
    It sure does. Here is a picture of it :

    http://www.whiteblaze.net/gallery/sh...cat=500&page=1

    Its in NH just north of Gorham.
    Nice shot, Kozmic! The "first shelter in Maine" is really in New Hampshire. On a clear day that view into the valley is awesome. There are two tent platforms there too, I think. It's the first shelter out of Gorham, a good place to rest and moose watch. Tomorrow, you'll know you're really in Maine!
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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