This year's auction is scheduled to take place on eBay beginning Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. and will end on Friday, December 3, 2010 at 12:00 p.m.
Signs in this year's auction include:
Baldface Circle - From the summit of North Baldface, this sign shows years of exposure to wild mountain weather and icy windstorms.
Dry River Cut-Off - This sign directed many adventurous hikers off the beaten paths of the southern Presidentials into the heart of the Dry River Wilderness.
Goose Eye Trail - This sign from the Goose Eye Trail tells the story of the wild Mahoosuc region, stained with spruce sap and scarred by the teeth of a black bear.
Hancock Loop Trail - Standing 4,319 feet above sea level on the summit of South Hancock, this sign directed hikers to North Hancock along the Hancock Loop Trail.
Notch Trail - This sign stood at the trailhead of the Notch Trail, a gem of a soft path amid the rugged Mahoosuc trails, which rises gently to meet the Appalachian Trail at the southern gate of Mahoosuc Notch.Whitehouse Trail - Located at a major trail hub, this sign has guided thousands of hikers from the Flume Visitor Center to the Cascade Brook and Liberty Spring Trails.
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