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Stephanie

I love New England!!! We've vacationed many times up North (North from where we live). Looks like a very tiring hike! Have you ever been to Maine, Acadia National Park has some wonderful trails.

Jason Major

PLease support my trip upcoming next spring. Trying to enjoy the trail like others and enjoy a life changing experience.
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Climbers should wear rubber soled shoes or boots to avoid slipping. To secure the area, there should be a watch person standing by or the climber can rope off an area with yellow caution tape or something that warns passerby that the ladder is in use. Wind and overhead power lines often can interfere with safe extension ladder use and should be avoided.

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