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Trails Less Taken: Challenges & Rewards of Long Distance Hiking-7pm
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Trails Less Taken: Challenges & Rewards of Long Distance Hiking-7pm
Center Harbor Village Schoolhouse Museum, 94 Dane Road/Route 25B, Center Harbor, NH 03226 FREE. Open to the public.

A long-distance hike offers an exciting and challenging opportunity to get away from it all and experience the wilderness in a way that shorter trips often do not allow. Everyday life fades into the background and the only cares are the next mountain view, the next cool water source, the next choice campsite - as long as you are prepared for the challenges along the way! An avid hiker, speaker Gordon Dubois has traversed footpaths that few others have. He has hiked extensively in northern New England, especially NH's own White Mountains, and also along the Apalachian Trail, on the International Apalachian Trail, and in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State.

About the Speaker: Gordon Dubois' passion is winter mountaining. He is a member of the AMC Winter 4,000-Footer Club and, with his hiking partner Bob Manley, authors the website http://winterhiking.org. Dubois worked in the disability field for 40 years in Maine and New Hampshire, and he wrote and produced the movie documentary about the Laconia State School, entitled Lost In Laconia (2010).
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