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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports

Crockers and Redington (Maine)

In 2012 I finished the NH 4000-footer list and this year my goal is to complete the New England 67 list. There are only 19 mountains to hike, but the traveling time is longer, making these...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports

Franconia Ridge Traverse

In the past year and a half I have been on the Franconia Ridge three times. It is a truly spectacular range and one that I hold close to my heart. It’s the place where I hiked my...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Monroe and Washington (Winter)

I had planned this hike a few weekends ago, but instead opted for the Hancocks as the forecast wasn’t looking too good. When the Mount Washington Observatory is taking guesses for the...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Tripyramids (Winter)

The Tripyramids consist of three distinct peaks, but only two count as 4000-footers. South Tripyramid does not as it stands less than 200 ft above the col on the ridge from Middle...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Hancocks (Winter)

I thought it would be fun (and a little cheesy) to be in the Presidentials on President’s Day, but with the high winds, I changed my game plan. When the Mount Washington Observatory...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Osceolas (Winter)

The Osceolas were the first two mountains I hiked when I decided I wanted to officially hike the 48 mountains in New Hampshire that are 4000 feet or higher. Now I have all of the...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Liberty and Flume (Winter)

Last winter I began experimenting with butt sledding. The basics are as follows: 1. Hike up a mountain 2. Find a nice steep section free of rocks or other painful protrusions 3. Sit on...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Tom, Field, and Willey (Winter)

I decided that I would revisit these peaks again as I needed them for my winter 48 list. I have hiked this range twice before: as a solo hike in 2011 and for the flags on the 48 event.  My...

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NH 4000 Footer Guides, Peakbagging, Trip Reports, Winter Hiking

Moosilauke (Winter)

December 21st was the official start of winter. As I wouldn’t be able to get the day off, I decided to start off this year’s winter hiking on the first full day of winter. I...

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Peakbagging, Trip Reports

Belknap Range Hike 1: Piper, Whiteface, Belknap

I had planned a nice 10.5 mile hike of the Belknap region with my Meetup group on Saturday, but the forecast changed from 30% precipitation to 70%. It was supposed to rain all day Sunday as...

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