Landslide Gully Trip Report

Landslide Gully is a multi pitch mountaineering climb on the side of Mt. Webster in Crawford Notch, NH. It is a great choice if you are looking for a challenge with a short approach but you should be prepared for a grueling exit if there is a lot of snow. Landslide Gully has a very […]

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A Powder Day at Mount Watatic

The chairlifts stopped spinning at Mount Watatic almost 30 years ago but the mountain is still there. The trails are a little grown in and you now have to ascend the mountain on your own power but the reward for this could be one of the best ski days of your life. Mount Watatic was […]

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Ken Cuddeback Trail Review

The Ken Cuddeback Trail traverses swamps, forests and neighborhoods over seven miles in south Amherst, MA. It is a great choice if you are looking for a nice trail run or a mostly flat walk in the woods. The Ken Cuddeback Trail starts on Old Farm Road in Amherst, MA and it ends at the […]

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Mount Rainier: Glacier Skills Seminar Trip Report

The International Mountain Guides Glacier Skills Seminar introduced me to new friends, expanded my mountaineering skills and took me to the summit of Mount Rainier. If you want to learn to climb big peaks, and summit Rainier while you are at it, this program is for you. IMG’s Glacier Skills Seminar is a 5.5 day […]

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2014 7 Sisters Trail Race Review

The 7 Sisters Trail Race is changing. The 2014 edition of the race included chip timing 5 starting heats, an updated website and a Facebook page. These are pretty drastic changes for an event that has had a crowded single track mass start kicked off by the bullhorn welding Race Director for the past 20 […]

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Mount Flume and Liberty Trip Report

Almost a year had passed since I reached the summit of a 4,000 foot peak in the White Mountains. All of my recent climbs had been focused on technical ascents of ravines and gullies instead of mountains but it was time to reach the top again. We recently did a loop hike of Mount Flume […]

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2014 Berkshire Highlands Pentathlon Review

The 2014 Berkshire Highlands Pentathlon combined all of the most exciting New England outdoor activities into one event. This was my first multi-sport event and I am hooked on the adventure, the challenge and the great feeling that comes from the support of friends and family. The third annual Berkshire Highlands Pentathlon took place on […]

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Full Moon Snowshoeing at Maple Corner Farm

Does snowshoeing in fresh snow through pastures and wooded trails under a full moon along a candle lit path sound like fun to you? If so then you do not want to miss Maple Corner Farm’s Full Moon Snowshoe event. Maple Corner Farm, located in Granville MA, has been operating as a family farm since […]

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