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Trailheads, measurements, times, distances, and maps are all approximate and relative to the hike(s) as shown below.
Walking onto Table Rock
Route: Huntington Cascade Trail, Three Brothers Trail, Table Rock Trail, Route 26, Sanguinary Ridge Trail, Flume Brook Trail
Trails generally had a dusting to an inch of snow. Ice on western exposed steeps - light traction not a bad idea.
Trails southeast of Table Rock were difficult to follow.
Nice loop with plenty of views. Not sure if it was the stopping at each view, trailfinding, or what, but it took longer to hike than I had planned.
Getting To Trailhead:
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Huntington Cascade Trail trailhead
Cascades on Cascade Brook
Looking down at Dixville Notch from Table Rock
The Sanguinary Ridge Trail
Slight sunset colors from Sanguinary Ridge
Directions to trailhead: From Route 16 in Errol, take Route 26 West. Prior to climbing up into Dixville Notch, there is a short dirt sideroad on the left, with a highway garage and picnic area. The Huntington Cascade Trail starts near this (signs may be removed in the off season).
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