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Old 08-30-2019, 09:46 PM   #1
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Lewey Mtn

Had a nice day going up Lewey Mtn today. Sucker Brook Trail was in good shape, doesnít get too much travel but itís in good shape and no issues. Bushwhack started out easy then hit a couple thick stands of spruce along the way. Up on the ridge there is a couple steep rock ledges that just needed a minute to find the right spot to ascend, nothing impassable. Seemed to be on an old trappers trail, saw evidence of some trimming and a pine marten trap not too far from the summit. Was able to follow along the way, some blowdown on it occasionally. No views but Overall a pretty nice hike.
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