Happy Thursday! Trail Thursday is back and I wanted to share with you a few photos from our visit to the Flume Gorge in New Hampshire a few years ago. My mom and I visited here in May and it was very quiet, but so beautiful. There was still remnants of snow in some spots and we decided to do the full two mile loop around the gorge. The boardwalk to get to the top of the flume is so beautiful and well constructed.
I just love all of the moss that you see when hiking in the White Mountains- it always reminds me of a rainforest! The overall walk isn't too taxing and I remember there being several benches along the route that you could stop and 'smell the roses' (or enjoy the new Spring blooms popping up).
The history of the flume is also so incredible to me. Can you even imagine lava existing in New England?!
Have you ever been to the Flume Gorge? Any tips for visiting it? I'd recommend going during the off-season (Spring/ late Fall) and during the week- I can imagine it is very busy in the summer!
What's your schedule for today?? --> It's another rest day from running for me, but I'll be hitting up both the stairclimber and treadmill (at an incline) to work on building up these quads!
Have a great day!