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Deaths, Rescues, And Trail Closures

It might be helpful if more of us (myself included) who post hiking photos or write about our hiking experiences told more stories about when and why we turn back sometimes prior to reaching our planned destinations. 1,778 more words


January 24, 2016: Mt. Roberts

Oh, what a gloriously beautiful day!

While my friends and family in the mid-Atlantic states were getting buried in three feet of snow yesterday, all we had in central New Hampshire was clouds, cold, and a little wind – not one single flake. 939 more words


January 17, 2016: Shannon Brook

One hike I’ve really been looking forward to this winter is Shannon Brook. I first hiked this trail – unexpectedly – last August, when we did a photo shoot for the… 645 more words


January 9, 2016: Waukewan Highlands

Just as Lockes Hill was my go-to hike this past summer, Waukewan Highlands has been my go-to place for snowshoeing in winter. That’s where I went today (but wearing microspikes instead of snowshoes). 919 more words


January 3, 2016: (Everybody Hikes) Mt. Major

I enjoyed my snow hike on Friday so much, I went for another one today. It’s been a while since I’ve hiked Mt. Major – I think the last time may have been fall of 2013, or possibly the year before. 846 more words


January 1, 2016: My own #firstdayhike

Today, several New Hampshire State Parks are having First Day Hikes. What a wonderful idea! However, there were none being held anywhere close to me – I’d either have to drive way south to Jaffrey or Hollis, way north to Lancaster, or way out to Portsmouth along the seacoast. 431 more words