Hadley Mountain – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

  • Elevation: 815 m
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Hadley Mountain Climbing Notes

Suzanne from UNITED STATES writes:

Bring snow shoes or micro spikes, poles, and a hiking pack to carry shoes when not using. I used snow shoes and poles today and it made the hike a lot easier. The first 50 feet of the hike were icy, then there wasn't anything so I took the snow shoes off. The higher I got the more snow there was. but some spots were easier to just walk regularly through, with all the rocks. Very windy and snowy at the summit today, about 27 degrees at the top. The poles helped on the way down, it was very slippery with all the snow, most of the time I just felt like I was skiing.

2018-04-04

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