Happy Hill Shelter


Shelter Description


The oldest AT shelter (built in 1918, before the AT) was torn down and burned on-site when it was nearly 80 years old; the debris was carried out. In 1998, a new stone shelter, now maintained by GMC, was built 0.2 miles north of the original site. Accommodates 8 in the shelter and 10 at tentsites. Privy. Water source (unreliable) is the brook. The shelter also is reached from the north by the Tucker Trail. (Description courtesy of ATC Appalachian Trail Guide to New Hampshire-Vermont: 13th edition.)

Shelter Type: Lean-to

Capacity: 8

Sanitation: Privy

Tenting area?: Yes

Other Notes: Campsite max. = 10; water source unreliable.

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