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Trailheads, measurements, times, distances, and maps are all approximate and relative to the hike(s) as shown below.
Mary Jane Morse Greenwood Trail
Route: Mary Jane Morse Greenwood Trail
Unplanned hike after being denied Goat Pasture Hill due to beaver flooding. Went up from the gate (just east of the height of land on Alton Mountain Road) on the unblazed grassy road also known as the Mary Jane Morse Greenwood Trail (about 0.75 mile one way). Trail was mostly dry, but grass and weeds were encroaching in places. Avery Hill Road trailhead is probably a better bet. Fantastic views from the open summit, but basically no blueberries to be found (blueberry fields are quickly growing in...may not be a view in another decade or so).
Getting To Trailhead:
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The beginning of the Mary Jane Morse Greenwood Trail
Looking at Mt. Major and Lake Winnipesaukee from Pine Mountain
Directions to trailhead: From the Route 11 in Alton, take Rand Hill Road, then take a left onto Alton Mountain Road. The Mary Jane Morse Greenwood Trail trailhead is on the left prior to the height of land. There is very limited room to park roadside.
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