This might be your last chance to hike the Lowells before the trails get buried in snow! Join knowledgeable guides for a hike up the mountain and up-close views of the Lowell wind project and the old “occupation” camp site. Catch up with friends and the latest developments, or learn about how things have changed on the Lowell Mountains.
The hike is one mile each way on very steep and muddy terrain. Temperatures can be much colder at the top of the mountain, so warm layers are recommended. Many hikers like to use a walking stick or hiking poles.
Directions to Base Camp:
From Route 14 in the village of Albany, turn onto New Street (turns into Larabee Hill Road after you leave the village) follow to Bailey Hazen Road on right. Continue on Bailey Hazen Road until you see the base camp (a camp fire ring and cars parked in a field) on your right. Bailey Hazen Road ends just past the base camp.
Please feel free to invite others!