Entries by chadpepau

Appreciation for Members and Friends of The Cohos Trail Association

Dear Members and Friends of The Cohos Trail Association,   On behalf of The Cohos Trail Association, I take this opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation for your contribution and/or receipt of your membership dues. The Cohos Trail Association is deeply grateful for your support and generosity.   It is through the support of our […]

TCTA’s President Resigns…

  After four-and-a-half years serving as President of The Cohos Trail Association, Chad Pepau voluntarily resigned his position on the Board of Directors as an Officer on October 4, 2015 – following the 2015 Fall TCTA board meeting on October 3, 2015. In March 2011, Mr. Pepau took over the President’s position from former President, Peter […]

Your Input Matters to the Future of the Cohos Trail – May 3, 2015

On Saturday May 9, 2015, The Cohos Trail Association’s Board of Directors will be gathering around a table in Colebrook, NH for its spring 2015 board meeting. During this meeting, TCTA will begin planning a wide array of different priorities that need to be accomplished this season. That being said, if you have been out on […]

14th Annual $5.00 Fund Drive to Support the Cohos Trail

THE 14th ANNUAL $5.00 FUND DRIVE GATHER ‘ROUND THE CAMPFIRE. I’LL TELL YOU A STORY In year 2000, we lost a soul on the Cohos Trail. One of the very first trekkers on the infant Cohos Trail followed a moose trail into the puckerbrush and was discovered a day later while wandering around in the […]

Trail Clubs of the White Mountains Exhibition Preview – March 29, 2015

On Sunday March 29, 2015 beginning at 4:00 in the afternoon and lasting until 6:00 in the evening, at the Museum of the White Mountains in Plymouth, NH there was an exhibition preview to the new exhibit titled “Trail Clubs of the White Mountains.” Representing The Cohos Trail Association for this preview was TCTA’s President […]


LANCASTER – Officers of the all-volunteer nonprofit hiking trail organization known as the Cohos Trail Association (TCTA) learned this past week that two grants had been awarded to support increasing efforts to turn the 165-mile Cohos Trail from the White Mountains to the Canadian border into a major hiking destination in the Northeast. The New […]

Trail Club Exhibition at the Museum of the White Mountains

Coming soon! TCTA urges all hiking enthusiasts to visit the Museum of the White Mountains at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH. On display will be an exhibition featuring “Trail Clubs of the White Mountains.” Read the promotional flyer attached for more information. TCTA is pleased to be a part of this exhibition and the recipient […]