How to reach at tis location in Woodbury ?

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How to reach at tis location in Woodbury ?

Postby bsparks276 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:12 pm

It is in Woodbury. How to reach here ? Planning to capture this at sunrise next weekend, so want to have some idea, how much time I should give to reach here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/dinosaur8 ... otostream/


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Re: How to reach at tis location in Woodbury ?

Postby ctyanky » Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:02 am

Hi Sparks: I think this is East Long Pond just south of Nichols Pond. Charles may have taken me here a few years ago. You can google North Road and South Camp Road off Cabot Road, this may be your location. Mud Pond is directly below it. There are tons of lakes and ponds in Woodbury and I've been to most with Charles but this may be the hit you are looking for. Cabot Road is between routes 215 and 14.

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Re: How to reach at tis location in Woodbury ?

Postby MinnieB » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:28 pm

This photo looks like it was taken from above. It may be a drone shot.

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Re: How to reach at tis location in Woodbury ?

Postby From_the_NEK » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:04 pm

That is from Nichols Pond from Nichols Ledge. A place I have yet to visit. It involves a bit of a hike to access that view.

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Re: How to reach at tis location in Woodbury ?

Postby Kerry29 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:24 am

Yup, that's definitely the view from Nichols Ledge. I was there in early October of last year (i.e. 2016). The hike to the ledge is steep, but fairly short in duration. Before making the trek there (it's a bit off the beaten track) it's worth making sure that the trail isn't closed due to nesting peregrine falcons.



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