New Page: NH 4000 Footer Trip Reports in One Spot

I have been working on a new NH 4000 footer hiker resource page for a while and it is finally launched! It is still in the works but I thought the Trail to Summit Community would get lots of use from it as it evolves. As of now (7/15/2015) the page contains a photo of each New Hampshire 4000 Footer (listed alphabetically). Once you click on a photo you will be brought to a trip report. Two peaks that are often hiked together (such as Lincoln and Lafayette) may have different trip reports.

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Eventually each photo will link to its own “how-to” guide with trail options, maps, and links to multiple trip reports. If there’s something you’d like to see, let me know in the comments section below!

NH 4000 Footer Trip Reports in One Spot

Eventually there will be a page for other lists including Vermont and Maine 4000 footers, New England Hundred Highest Peaks, and Trailwrights.

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Thanks for your continued support! Hike on!!

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Allison is the founder of trailtosummit.com which she began as a way to track and share her first round of the NH 4000 Footers. Now on round 5 (the first round for her dog Ruckus) she has been honored to have taken part of many people’s firsts. She is an experienced trail maintainer, speaker, and passionate member of the outdoor community. In New England, Allison enjoys trekking along the highest peaks, bushwhacking to less traveled areas, and has a fondness for sunrise and sunset trips. Outside of New England Allison has also thru hiked the John Muir Trail and explored mountains in the German and Austrian Alps, Israel, and the Azores. Her goal is to share her passion for hiking and backpacking with others, especially with women, to inspire them to experience the freedom of the trail!

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