This quest is for the outdoor adventurer.
All of these destinations are within the hike.
Most of these locations include moderate hikes to some of the
regions most stunning scenic areas.
This Quest is comprised of eight locations.
This wonderful journey is a slice of heaven, look on the Rec Map and Guide for location seven. When you get to the place you have to be, you’ll have walked from twenty five to forty three. Look for the imprint from the house long ago, where all that is left is its cellar hole.
This hike will remind you that you’re so alive, while you find your way to the top of Rec Map and Guide number twenty five. For a hundred years it kept a good watch, to make sure nothing happened in this favorite notch. Keep your eyes peeled for a place of power, you’ll find the sign at the base of a tower.
We know you enjoy being out in the sticks, that’s why we know you’ll like Rec Map and Guide number six. Two hundred years of quiet farming life has left cart roads - some as thin as a knife. Imagine the people at one point who did walk, on their way, every day to
King Philip’s Rock.
Thoreau’s Walden was great, but our Long is straight. Now you’re
looking for Rec Map and Guide number thirty eight. You can reach this spot by boating or walking, but keep a sharp eye, don’t get lost in your talking. There are two imprints, one for the trail and one for rowing; it simply depends on which way you’re going.
There’s no ranch here, but it’s beautifully green, you’re on your way to Rec Map and Guide number 17. Beautiful foliage and flowers abound, the kind that makes a botanist’s heart speak profound. When you reach the boundary with the rocks in the road, head to the left to find your code. You will find the stamp amidst nature’s glorious calls, just after you pass the beauty of Lynne’s Falls.
The adventure lies not in where you’ve been, for now you’re off to Rec Map and Guide nineteen. It’s often said that here, our ancestors still roam; walk softly and remember that this is their home. Follow the Tully Trail to a breath-taking view, where Jacob once stood and
now so do you.
This river has served us since the old days of yore; you’re embarking on a journey to Rec Map and Guide number twenty-three. From Pequiog to Rowlands to Miller and his brethren, you’re looking for the imprint at the paddle stop after seven. Think hard how important this river still is, and all the prosperity it continues to give.
To this next location your must careen, as you find your way to Rec Map and Guide fifteen. Wetlands and forest here you will find, this last location is truly divine. Once you cross over the head waters of Popple Camp Brook, make sure you keep your eyes up and take a look. For there, on a tree our imprint will be found, and the winner of your quest you will surely be crowned!
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