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Kiosk at Happy Corners

The very first Cohos Trail graphic panel has been bolted in place on our standing kiosk at Young’s Store at Happy Corner in Pittsburg. Many more to go. They will begin showing up over the next weeks and months from Sophie’s Lane just below Deer Mt. Campground in northernmost Pittsburg all the way to Bartlett […]

Save the Date – November 5th

The Tillotson shelter in storage at Garland Mill in Lancaster is slated to be moved to Pittsburg in early November. We’re appealing for a few mighty Cohos Trail fans to join us for an hour or two on Friday, November 4th at 2 p.m. at the Garland Mill on Garland Road to help load the […]

Neil Tillotson Shelter

BREAKING NEWS: The department of Forest and Lands at the state offices in Lancaster has issued a formal agreement to the Cohos Trail Association that enables us to utilize a sliver of land in the southwestern corner of the Connecticut Lakes State Forest north of Route 3 for the purpose of erecting the donated log […]

Nash Stream Shelter

A few weeks ago, we said to stay tuned for some good news. Well here is the first round of good news, with more to come in a week or two. The Cohos Trail Association board of directors met and authorized Ken Vallery, the president of the association, to sign an agreement offered by the […]

The Kiosk Signs

Members of the Cohos Trail Association board of directors hold aloft five of 16 new outdoor graphic panels produced by MegaPrint Inc. of Holderness, NH for us. These panels are to go up on sign kiosks and a few walls on or near the Cohos Trail route from the Whites to Canada. All the images […]

Cohos Trail In the News – The Weirs Times

http://weirs.com/wordpress/2016/08/10/coos-countys-cohos-trail/ by Amy Patenaude Outdoor/Ski Writer Coös County is the most northern and largest county in New Hampshire. Coös and Cohos are pronounced “CO-ahss” with two syllables. If you say Coös as if it rhymed with ooze you’ll quickly give yourself away as a flatlander “from away.” The Cohos Trail (CT) travels the County from […]

My favorite CT founder last weekend

If you see this man on the trail … get out of the way. He does trail work like a 25 year old. We re-blazed the Percy Loop trail red up to the campsite. Then blazed yellow and red from the campsite to the peaks trail. On Saturday we formally opened the new Trio Trail. […]

Trio Trail Work Day

Trio trail fun (work) day last weekend. 15 folks and of course Bonnie (CT work crew dog) did some great work on the Trio trail and Pond brook falls section. Seasonal bridge over pond brook was donated and delivered by Garland Mill Timber-frames of Lancaster NH, thank you Ben and Dana for your continued support […]

Trail Notes 8-6-16

TRAIL NOTES: The Trio Trail is now 99 percent complete, signed, blazed, and very easy to follow. A few logs have to be cut out of the trail as yet, and some minor tweaking needs to be carried out in several spots, but the pathway is easy to navigate and is a great pleasure to […]

The NorthWoods Stewardship Center

TRAIL NOTES: The NorthWoods Stewardship Center crew of eight has completed work on the new Trio Trail from the Percy Loop Camp on the north flank of North Percy Peak all the way to Trio Ponds Road, where the path links up with the new Pond Brook Falls Trail. They have pulled out their tents […]