The first tract of land acquired for the White Mountain National Forest was the E. Bertram Pike Tract in Benton, NH. The 7,072 acre tract was purchased on January 2, 1914 for $13.25 an acre. The photo was taken from a pull off on the Moosilauke…
Appalachian Trail, Benton NH, E. Bertram Pike Tract, historic events, monuments, Moosilauke Highway, Oliverian Pond, snow, White Mountain National Forest, winter
Looking north along the Appalachain Trail from Lafayette. Saturday morning 7/27/13
Appalachian Trail, cairns, Mount Lafayette
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