Welcome to The Cohos Trail …
170 miles of wilderness hiking from southern Crawford Notch in the White Mountain National Forest through the Great North Woods to the Canadian border at far-flung Pittsburg, NH. Hearty souls can then continue on Sentier Frontalier’s trails to Mount Megantic or Mount Gosford in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada. This network is the only international trail system in New Hampshire and the second international pathway in the East. There are many day hike opportunities along the full length of the Cohos Trail and a great deal of remote territory to explore where you may meet more moose than human beings.
Volunteers Needed: Saturday, June 23, 2018, 8:00 AM, Stark, NH
Hey, do you want to help us build a fifth shelter on the CT? Come to Stark on Saturday, June 23rd, to help carry in (short distance) and erect a post and beam three-sided shelter built by Lancaster’s historic Garland Mill Timberframes. We have a lot of work to do Saturday, including building a compost latrine. There may also be work on Sunday if we need to finish up a few items.
Meet us at Christine Lake parking area off Percy Road at 8:00 AM to walk to the site. It is almost a mile walk in on flat dirt roads. Or you can meet us at 8:00 AM at the Gate for Amos Emery Road and jump in a truck for a ride in.
What to bring? Hammer, cordless drill (if you have one), lunch, water and gloves.
May also be working on Sunday, June 24th. Painting and finishing up the roof.