This is a follow-up to a bushwhack that I did a few weeks ago to the summit of East Hale.
(Click HERE to read that report.)
From one of the many ledges at the top of East Hale, I spotted a small cliff that I had never noticed before. Shown in the next photo is a zoomed photo that I took of that cliff.
|Zoomed photo of cliff spotted from East Hale several weeks ago|
The following photo shows a portion of the cliff as viewed from the bottom. As you can probably tell, there is a lot more cliff beyond what is seen in this photo.
|A portion of the cliff, as viewed from ground level|
It was fun to look upward toward the vantage point on East Hale where I had spotted this cliff a few weeks ago. (Shown below are two photos showing this particular vista.)
|Looking up at East Hale from the top of the small cliff|
|Zoomed photo of East Hale|
|South end of Willey Range, and portion of the Zealand Valley, as viewed from small cliff|
- - - - - - - - -Since this follow-up adventure took so little time, I took the opportunity to do some additional meandering. I jumped in my car and headed southward down Rt. 302 toward Bartlett to check out a few things for some future treks.
Along the way, I pulled over to the wide shoulder on Rt. 302 near the Mt. Tremont trailhead. From that vantage point, I was able to snap a photo of one of the many ledges that I had visited a few days ago while exploring the northern end of what I call the Bartlett Haystack Mountain Range. So, I guess in a way, this report also serves as a follow-up to that bushwhacking adventure! (Click HERE to read that report.)
|One of several ledges visited during recent bushwhack to north end of Bartlett Haystack Mountain Range|
|Saco River as viewed from a point near the trailhead for the Davis Path|
|Conway Scenic Railroad train departing Bartlett Station|