Hike Mount CannonMount Cannon (4,100′) is well known by skiers, but it ...

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Hike Mount CabotMount Cabot (4,170′) is the highest peak in the Pilot ...

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Hike Mount Bond, Bondcliff, and West BondMount Bond (4,698′), Bondcliff (4,265′), and West Bond (4,540′) are ...

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Hike Mount AdamsMount Adams (5,774′) is located in the Presidential Range of ...

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Mount Moriah (4049 feet) is a deceiving mountain. At 9 miles round trip and one trail up (we took the Carter-Moriah Trail up to the summit), it seemed like it would be an easier 4k hike. We were well prepared, but surprised by the trail. The parking area for the Carter-Moriah Trail is a little

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I was lucky enough to have Patriot’s Day off (I’m a teacher in Massachusetts) and planned a hike for the day. I decided on Galehead Mountain (4024 feet). It’s typically a 10.2 mile hike, but about three miles are added to it during the Winter and early Spring before the Gale River Loop Road is

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  On March 17th, I completed my final winter hike for the 2012 season. It was an adventure! On our hike, we went up Nineteen Mile Brook and Carter Dome trails to Zeta Pass, then North along the Carter-Moriah trail over both peaks, and down by the North Carter and Imp trails. We took the

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  When I began my quest of hiking the NH 4000-footers, I didn’t plan on hiking in winter. I thought I’d end in October and pick back up in late April. This winter has been very mild so I did some hiking in November which turned into hiking in December and now it’s February. With

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Cannon Mountain is one of the most notable mountains in the northeastern United States. For almost 200 years it was best known as the site of the “Old Man of the Mountain”, a series of rock ledges that resembled a jagged profile of a man’s face. This formation became the state symbol of New Hampshire,

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Recently I became the organizer of a hiking Meetup group and led my first hike with the group on January 14th: Mount Tecumseh. I rode up with Nancy, a member of the group, to the Waterville Valley ski area. We met up with another member, Joe and at 10:30 we began hiking. Joe and I

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  Dressing for the Trail Dressing appropriately for a hike is important for comfort on the trail and, in some cases, necessary to staying alive. Below are guidelines for trail clothing. Please note that this is only a guide and the weather/season/your body will dictate the type and amount of clothing you bring. Layer 1:

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The Essentials: (for safety, survival and basic comfort) 1. Navigation Map compass GPS (optional) 2. Sun protection Sunscreen chapstick hat/bandana 3. Insulation Jacket, vest, pants, gloves, hat (see Clothing) 4. Illumination flashlight/headlamp extra batteries 5. First-aid supplies First aid kit toilet kit (leave no trace) whistle 6. Fire matches/lighter waterproof container magnesium fire starter/birch bark

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Last Sunday (12/4/11) I took on another solo hike in the White Mountains. This time I would journey up the three peaks of Mount Hancock. Two of the three peaks count as official 4000-footers. Trail damage from Hurricane Irene Parking is very easy to find as opposed to many of the hikes I have done.

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Driving to the White Mountains through Conway, NH Mount Carrigain is known to have some of the most breathtaking views in the White Mountains. It is tied with Mount Washington for having the most NH 4000-footer summit views. On a clear day you can see up to 43 of the 48 4000-footers. I got lucky.

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