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Greeley Ponds Trail Project Update

March 25, 2013

Andy Knight, president of the Waterville Valley Foundation, posted an update on the Greeley Ponds Trail project on the Foundation Blog.

Andy Knight, president of the Waterville Valley Foundation

Andy Knight

Andy wrote, “I’ve been a bit slow with an update on the Greeley Ponds Trail project, but I have great news to share. Thanks once again to the extraordinary generosity of our donors, the Waterville Valley Foundation was able to meet our fundraising goal of $10,000, to go along with $10,000 already pledged to help restore the Greeley Ponds Trail, which was gravely damaged during Hurricane Irene in September 2011. Our funds will be matched by the National Forest Service and the National Forest Foundation, and we are hoping the restoration project will begin this spring. For updates, please visit the Restore Greeley Ponds Trail page on Facebook. As news breaks, we will be sure to post it there.”
Men pose by large check for $20,000 made out to the White Mountain National Forest

Waterville Valley Foundation treasurer Mike Furgal and Bill Possiel of the National Forest Foundation

About Jan Stearns

I've been living in and loving New Hampshire's White Mountains for most of my life. I moved to Waterville Valley in 1981 and quickly realized why it was dubbed a Yankee Shangri-la. Once you’ve experienced Waterville Valley, you’ll want to call it yours. The great team of Realtors at Waterville Valley Realty can help you find a Waterville Valley home that fits your lifestyle and budget.

2 thoughts on “Greeley Ponds Trail Project Update

  • Jo says:

    I found your posting; would you know where can we find current info re the Greeley Ponds trail? We are considering hiking/snowshoeing/skiing it this coming weekend while staying in North Woodstock, NH. Jo 🙂 P.S. If you have updates re snow conditions in that area, or can recommend where to look for them, we would welcome that, too.

    • Jan Stearns says:

      Hi Jo, thanks for stopping by! According to the US Forest Service, Greeley Ponds Trail is open.
      Click here for more information.
      You may want to contact the Forest Service for snow conditions in that area:
      71 White Mountain Drive
      Campton NH 03223
      (603) 536-6100
      Have fun!

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