Monthly Archives: January 2016

Kittery Town Forest

We needed to run some errands in Kittery today and my wife tasked me with finding some new local trails for us to explore. I quickly came across the Kittery Town Forest.   We followed the blue squiggly trail north and then followed the yellow trail back. The conditions were similar trails we’ve been on recently, necessitating microspikes. The woods… Read more →

Lee Town Forest

Had a lovely day at Lee Town Forest today! We (Ziggy, my son, and I) did a 3 mile loop that brought us out the shore of Wheelright Pond in Lee and along many beautiful Brooks. It was really icy today and I was definitely glad to have my microspikes. This trail system is exactly why I’ve started this website.… Read more →

Sandown Town Forest

  I took a trip over to Sandown Town Forest today. I headed that way specifically because I had seen mention of cliffs on mountain project. The trails were great! I got to explore about 1.5 miles of the system. I made my way over to Great Rock as is mentioned at Mountain Project and worked my way off trail… Read more →


After exploring all of the better known trail systems in the seacoast such as Stratham Hill Park and Oaklands, I decided to branch out and see what else the seacoast had to offer. Two things surprised me in my quest:   – How difficult it was to find information about new trail systems – After enough searching how many small… Read more →

Find Your Trail

My wife and I had our first child, a lively son, this past year. The company that I work for is very progressive and allows a full 12 week leave for new mothers and fathers. To make the most of our time we decided to divide and conquer. My wife took the first three months off while I worked and… Read more →