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 ...

New Page: NH 4000 Footer Trip Reports in One SpotI have been working on a new NH 4000 footer ...

Mount Cannon (4,100′) is well known by skiers, but it is also one of New Hampshire’s tallest mountains. Located in Franconia Notch State Park, Cannon is one of the most underestimated peaks. Though one of the shortest peaks on the list and can be as short as 4.4 miles round trip, many people are surprised

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There’s no doubt that hiking is physically challenging. Between the steep ups and down, loose talus, slick roots, chilling water crossings, altitude issue, and a constant battle with the weather, there’s something to push you physically at just about every turn. For most people, the physical challenges don’t keep people off the trail. Hiking is

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Twice a year, Salt Lake City, Utah holds an enormous trade show called Outdoor Retailer where companies can showcase new gear that will appear in stores fall 2016. As media, I get the opportunity to take it all in, attending events, demoing gear, and meeting with retailers to get the scoop on what’s new. This

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Mount Cabot (4,170′) is the highest peak in the Pilot Range of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It is the northernmost of the NH 4,000 footers. One option to hike Mount Cabot is as a loop with The Bulge and The Horn, both of which are on the New England Hundred Highest List. The Mt Cabot

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Mount Bond (4,698′), Bondcliff (4,265′), and West Bond (4,540′) are located in the Pemigewasset Wilderness area of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Mount Bond is the 14th highest mountain on the New Hampshire 4000 Footer list and has two sub peaks, West Bond and Bondcliff that are also part of the NH 4000 Footer List. The

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For some reason, 2015 has blown right by! It was an incredible year for me personally and for Trail to Summit. I’ll take you through this year’s highlights and would to hear about yours! Make sure to leave me a comment. I’d love to hear from you! This year I had great opportunities for contributing

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It’s no secret that backpacking gear can get expensive quick, no matter how long your trip is. Here are ten tips for backpacking on a budget to get you on the trail without breaking the bank. Go For Cheap or Free Sometimes the gear you need for a hike is right under your nose. If

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If you know someone ready to take on the 4000 Footers, you may be looking for the perfect gift to help them get started on the right foot! If your hiker is already a good chunk of the way through or onto other lists, we have some great suggestions for you, too! These are gifts

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Soon enough we will all be thinking about New Year’s Resolutions whist drinking and staying up past our typical bedtimes- what irony! Many times we fail ourselves shortly after setting these goals. What gives? I think there are many factors, but becoming motivated and forming some basic healthy habits to support your goals is key!

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If you’re in search for great gifts for hikers and backpackers that won’t break the bank, here are are fifty great gifts for around $50.00! This list consists of items to use on the trail, at home, or items that remind you of the trail. All of these items are things I would recommend to

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