These 2 mts are the most-climbed mountains in the range. Their trailheads are a short distance apart, making a loop hike very easy. Kids (of all ages) usually find these hikes fun since on Morgan there are optional ladders one can use to climb up a steep rock face, and on Percival there is an optional side trail that takes you through a rock cave that has openings you literally have to squeeze through (adults can make it only if they have watched their diets) to get in and get out. Morgan has an unusual hump on its right shoulder.
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Grant Senior Member
Registered: July 2002 Location: Pennsyltuckey, Tuftonboro, Moultonborough Posts: 1,479
Fri October 22, 2004 2:23pm
Your photos of the region are phenomenal. I love some of your "alternate" angles and views of popular spots. Are your recently-posted fall shots from this year?
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