New Hampshire Gardens writer always has great photographs with description, but this piece has added suspense.
Swanzey Lake is a place that I visit quite frequently because of the easy accessibility of the surrounding forest. Like most lakes in this area there is a road that goes completely around it. Off this road, near a huge boulder covered with rock tripe lichens, is another road that I’ve wondered about for years. I was able to finally hike it recently.
This is a class 6 road which means, unless you know someone who has traveled it, you’re better off walking it than driving it-at least for the first time. I know of another class 6 road with two old timber and plank bridges out and nowhere to comfortably turn around. I had no idea where this one might lead, but I was determined to find out.
It wasn’t long before I was regretting leaving the Yak Tracks behind, but as it turned out the icy…
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