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Trail Conditions

Trail conditions: wet

We are currently experiencing some of the highest tides of the year, occurring in the afternoon for the next few days. Please consult tide tables when planning your trip to the lighthouse. After tidewater recedes, portions of the trail may have puddles of water or detritus. Footwear

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Trail conditions: wet

Due to rain and higher than normal tides, portions of the trail may be wet. Boots recommended.

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Trail conditions: wet

Portions of the trail may be damp or wet with standing water as a result of higher than average tides.

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Trail conditions: normal

Consult tide table to avoid tidal flooding. Tidal portions of trail may be wet or damp after high tide. Sharp water chestnuts pose a hazard to bare feet.

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Trail conditions: damp

The trail crew straightened out the boardwalk which had been askew from flooding last month. The trail may be damp in places from recent thundershowers and daily tides. Although it may be tempting to walk barefoot in the sand, it is not advisable because of the sharp

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Trail conditions: disheveled

Due to tidal surges and choppy waters last week, a section of boardwalk is slightly out of place. Also, woody debris is strewn along portions of the trail.

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Trail conditions: puddles

Due to recent rains, puddles of standing water may be encountered along portions of the trail. Also, some spots may be muddy.

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Trail conditions: full moon tides

Due to tides, some woody debris may be encountered along tidal portions of the trail.

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Trail conditions: new moon tides

High tides associated with the new moon cover the trail for an hour or two day an night. Consult the tide table for times of high tide. The receding tides are leaving woody debris and driftwood on the trail in places. Watch for obstacles in the trail.

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Trail conditions: raked clean

Each month the trail is spiffed up by a group of people performing community service. Yesterday, the “trailbirds” raked away the piles driftwood and detritus that washed ashore during floods earlier in the month. Spurred on by Conservancy board member Liza Walsh, they also picked up the

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