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Mount Tire'm – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

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Mount Tire'm Climbing Notes

Badgerinmaine from UNITED STATES writes:

First, I'd really say it's part of the Oxford Hills more than truly in the White Mountains. The trailhead for the Daniel Brown trail is located a short distance north of the village of Waterboro on Plummer Hill Road. There is a Congregational church on the right heading north before you get to the trailhead, which is on the left side of the road. Look for an area on the left shoulder where there is cleared gravel; there is enough room there for perhaps four cars to park. The trail is in fine shape; it isn't blazed but is easy to follow except near the top. Great views near the top, including the hill where Shawnee Peak ski hill is located.

2013-10-05

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9. Middle Moriah Mountain (1144 m) 37.0 km
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