3 inch diameter, iron on. But personally if I'm going to wear a patch, I get someone to sew it on.

 The redline map is from the state park site, as of 11/23/2015, with more details overlaid.


  1. Safety first. Nobody gets hurt. This rule supercedes all other rules.
  2. This is a game, not a contest of any kind. The only intent of this game is to further the experience of people hiking in Bear Brook. It has no connection with the State of NH, or with any of its departments, or with Bear Brook State Park. Participants absolve and hold harmless Rocky Branch Dreams, Adaptive Technology LLC, its members, Tom St.Martin, and any and all heirs and assigns, from any responsibility or liability of any nature whatsoever arising from this game.
  3. Obey Hikesafe & Leave No Trace (LNT) principles.
  4. Obey Park rules. Please particularly note the rules on dogs.
  5. Don’t forget to pay park fees ( I recommend a season pass ). Support our parks, they are not supported by taxes.
  6. Respect other users; and watch out for them. You will certainly encounter mountain bikers and almost certainly horse riders. In hunting season, wear orange and stay on the trails ( forget brush whacking for Easter eggs ).
  7. Riding a bike, a horse, snowmobile or driving to trailheads is OK. But the trail itself must be walked. Walking your bike is OK. Walking your horse is OK. Snowshoes are OK. Skis are OK. Running is OK. Carrying your snowmobile is OK.
  8. Driving an ATV or dirt bike anywhere in the park, even to trailheads is not OK. Even carrying your ATV or dirt bike does not count. I really don't like ATVs and dirt bikes.
  9. Using a GPS to navigate is not OK except in an emergency. ( But by all means carry one to see where you went ... I love doing that!)
  10. Using a cell phone within anyone else's hearing ( except in an emergency) is not OK.
  11. There are three "Easter eggs" for discovery - please save the "mystery" of the nature of the Easter eggs for others to discover. They are optional, not required for a patch. Note, these are not geocaches. Don't bother looking for logs, boxes or whatnot. These are just some things I found intriguing. Reaching them requires brushwhacking.  Don't get lost. See rule #1, rule #2 and rule #3. 
  12. This quest is for fun and amusement. If it stops being fun, feel free to stop - you can always resume, or not. Nobody will know. Unless you tell them :)
  13. This list may change at my whim.
  14. The fitness trail by the day use area is part of the redline quest. Just the trail, not the exercises at the stations - though you're free to do them :)
  15. In general, if you can drive during the open park season on a road, it is not part of the redline; if it is gated in-season, it is. So, for example, Podunk Rd must be walked from the Southern park boundary to the Bear Hill camp road. But doesn’t need to be walked from the Northern boundary to the Bear Hill Camp road.
  16. Yes, Black Hall road, within the park boundaries, is part of the Quest.
  17. This is an honor system. No one will try to verify your accomplishment. *
  18. To get a patch, and get on the liners' list, send $10/patch (check, not cash!) and a SASE to the address below. **


Feel free to use the contact page to ... well, contact me. It night also be possible to reach me via facebook on my rockybranchdreams page.

A kind note saying you did the entire redline and anything you think might be interesting would be welcome.

If you think you found one or more of the Easter eggs , let me know J

Pictures or a link to blogs or FB would be fun :) If you were abducted by aliens ... mmm, I probably don’t need to know any details, thanks.

Let me know if anything you might note is private, otherwise I'll assume I can quote you.

Rocky Branch Dreams attn: Tom St.Martin

464 Currier Rd

Candia NH 03034

* There is no need, anyway. If you cheat, karma will get you.

** Despite the outrageous fee of $10,  this is not a for-profit game. Any profit will go toward trail maintenance, probably via a contribution to Seacoast Nemba, who maintain many of the trails in the Park.


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