Ascent of Scar Ridge-Middle Peak on 2012-10-27
|Others in Party:||Ted Charrette|
|Date:||Saturday, October 27, 2012|
|Ascent Type:||Successful Summit Attained|
|Peak:||Scar Ridge-Middle Peak|
| Location:||USA-New Hampshire|
| Elevation:||3480 ft / 1060 m|
Ascent Trip ReportFranken-Hike (What a bushwhack).
7:25am - Depart Greeley Ponds/Kanc parking lot
7:50am - Trail junction, right + up
8:40am - Osceola East summit
9:04am - Osceola summit, ~10 mins on the summit
10:27am - Osceola Mid (bushwhack, signed Hiker Ed log
11:00am - Osceola West (bushwhack, signed Hiker Ed log)
1:05pm - FINALLY - the east pond trail (for ~200m). Start bushwhacking up to Scar's.
2:00pm - Scar Ridge Southeast, Signed log book
2:49pm - Scar Ridge East, Signed log book
3:20pm - Scar Ridge-Peak 3400, no log book
4:30pm - Scar Ridge-Middle Peak, Signed log book. Decided to head toward east pond - no good, cliffs and thick. Bushwhacked down to kanc.
5:23pm - Bottom of "scar" (rock slide area), fell and ripped wrist open. Good thing I had medical kit.
7:00pm - Kancamangus - Finally, done bushwhacking....
7:35pm - Back at car.
|Summary Total Data|
| Elevation Gain:||870 ft / 264 m|
| Elevation Loss:||2230 ft / 678 m|
| Distance:||6.2 mi / 10 km|
| Route Conditions:||Road Hike, Bushwhack|
| Weather:||Pleasant, Calm, Clear|
| Elevation Gain:||320 ft / 97 m|
| Extra Loss:||200 ft / 60 m|
| Distance:||0.7 mi / 1.1 km|
| Trailhead:||Scar Ridge-3400 3600 ft / 1097 m|
| Time Up:||1 Hours 10 Minutes|
| Elevation Loss:||2030 ft / 618 m|
| Extra Gain:||550 ft / 167 m|
| Distance:||5.5 mi / 8.9 km|
| Route:||Bushwhack + Kanc|
| Trailhead:||Kanc/Greeley Pond trailhead 2000 ft / 609 m|
| Time Down:||3 Hours 15 Minutes|
|Ascent Part of Trip: 2012-10-27 Scars|
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