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Description: Tug Ridge Forest is perched above the Connecticut River Valley and offers seclusion, cabin sites and potential views, all within the vibrant Upper Valley Region. The property rests on an east-facing ridge on the slopes of Tug Mountain. The property is generally sloped with a few level spots and a few areas that are quite steep. The property is completely forested with a few breaks in the canopy here and there. Intermittent streams flow freely and bedrock protrusions are common. Deer and moose sign is plentiful and other game animals likely inhabit this forest, making it an accessible hunting location. In 2006, two sub-lots on the property were identified and granted septic permits. These two lots would make ideal spots for a cabin for hunting, peaceful retreat or recreational pursuits. Up on the ridge, there are potential views, with clearing, to the south and east of the Connecticut River Valley and New Hampshire hills. The majority of the timber resource is eastern hemlock. The 2017 forest management plan for the property delineated the property into two stand types: a softwood stand with hardwood associates and a mixed-wood stand with hemlock as the main softwood species. Timber density levels for both stands are considered fully stocked. While much of the timber resource is within the growing stock to small sawlog size classes, many legacy stems, diameters in excess of 20,” exist throughout the forest.

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