Kim Nilsen will present a program on “20 Years of Wild Adventure on the Cohos Trail” on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the Rialto Theatre in Lancaster, NH. Admission is free. Kim was the man who thought up the Cohos Trail. He worked to see it through, and he inspired a lot … Continue reading Cohos Trail Presentation March 19
I’m on a business trip in a faraway city right now, when I’d rather be in Stewartstown, New Hampshire. There’s a celebration going on there in honor of a place and people who have come to mean a lot to me. The Cohos Trail is turning 20, and the coming-of-age party is happening today. … Continue reading Happy Birthday to the Cohos Trail!
Let me step away from my southern New Hampshire trails for a minute and draw your attention to my very favorite upstate place, the Cohos Trail. I’ve held forth at length about my long hike through the Connecticut Lakes portion of the CT up to the Canadian border, and slightly closer to home is the … Continue reading Join me: team up to support the Cohos Trail
The Cohos Trail is about 160 miles long, winding through New Hampshire’s North Country from Crawford Notch to the Canadian border. The northernmost section is a favorite of mine, and I’ve recounted my longest hike there at my blog Cohos to Canada. The official web site for the trail has just gone live after a … Continue reading New Cohos Trail web site goes live
For those who share my love for northern New Hampshire, I’ve just updated the home page of my Cohos Trail journal with information on the new trail guide, and an invitation to some trail work. Wherever you are, I hope you’re enjoying these late-spring days. I’m looking forward to the golden time that comes for a … Continue reading Update on Cohos Trail blog
Click on each day’s link for the full post. About the accommodations mentioned in the journal: As of 2014, Sportsman’s Lodge is no longer in business. Rudy’s Cabins and Campground on Clarksville Pond still welcomes Cohos Trail hikers, although the charming camp I occupied has since been renovated and is now priced accordingly. Camping is available … Continue reading Trail Journal, Cohos Trail 2009