Vose Spur: regarded by many (of the few) who have hiked it as one of the hardest buswhacks on the New England Hundred Highest List. The Appalachian Mountain Guide even states this in the brief mention of this trailess peak. We (Robin, Jill, and Don- of Outdoor Diversion) wanted to get this hike in before

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  While Vermont only had 5 4000-footers, there are 9 additional peaks just under 4000 feet for the New England Hundred Highest List. I had the chance to sneak away midweek for an overnight so off to Vermont I went! I have a handful of these peaks to do so I took a look at

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This trip was part of a 3 day adventure in Northwestern Maine, bagging six trail-less New England Hundred Highest peaks. Read about my hike to White Cap and North Kennebago or Chain of Ponds and East Kennebago.   Because two members of our group didn’t have passports we made an alternative plan. Instead of hiking

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This trip was part of a 3 day adventure in Northwestern Maine, bagging six trail-less New England Hundred Highest peaks. Read about my hike to White Cap and North Kennebago or Cupsuptic Snow and Elephant Mountain. Day 2- 9/7/2015: Snow Chain of Ponds (3690’) and East Kennebago Divide (3784’)   Hike 1: Snow, Chain of

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I’ve been slowly working on the New England Hundred Highest bushwhacks and had a fantastic opportunity to hike to some of the most remote peaks in Maine with three other women. While there are many who are hiking the New Hampshire and New England 4000 footers, few continue on the New England Hundred Highest (NEHH)

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Scar Ridge is a notoriously difficult hike. It involves navigating through thick brush without a maintained trail to guide you. The goal is to reach West Peak on this long, viewless outing. So if there is no view and no trail, why do people hike it? A list. There is always a list. In Spring

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