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Stone Dam- Clare

Posted by Bill Hill,
North Country explorer from Edwards NY
April 29, 2017

Located off of the Dean road- 8 miles in from CR27. It took some doing to get here- the sign is misleading, and we hiked three miles in the wrong place. Still it was worth it when we finally got there. Stone dam was used by loggers to hold back the water and logs, and then open the gates to send the logs downstream to the mills at Lampson Falls. If you are interested, I have the whole story here: https://hikingthetrailtoyesterday.wordpress.com/2017/04/30/stone-dam/

Comments

Erika Barthelmess

This looks like a great hike and one I'm going to have to try. Thanks for sharing!

Posted: 04/30/2017 - 18:52