From the Ski Area Parking Lot you will climb 2,200ft in about 2.5 miles to the summit. Overall this is a moderate to easy hike and at 4003ft it will check off one of your NH 48 peaks over 4k. Not sure if I would go back to repeat this during the summer, but it's a great winter peak and deserves a summit visit.
Bringing Fido along for a day of rock climbing is a big responsibility, but if you have a good system in place it can be a great time for you, other climbers and most importantly your hairy companion. But, before you head out for a day of climbing with your K9 companion lets cover doggy crag manners, trail etiquette and gear.
Killington is not just for wintertime fun, their summer MTB Downhill Park is on point. Being an avid XC rider, this was the first exposure to Downhill....lots of speed and despite a wicked crash we're hooked. Resort Overview: Whether you are a fully committed downhill rider or a weekend warrior that Killington MTB park has something for …
Digging into the good, the bad and the ugly underbelly of the bolted rockworld. How to evaluate and contribute to Americas aging bolt infrastructure.
My wife and I made a last minute trip up to the Whites to celebrate our 6 year anniversary. We stuffed the Outback full of gear and headed North on 93 wanting to take advantage of the Summer brookie fishing on the Swift River. If the fishing wasn't so hot, we were going to tick off some routes …
The Shawgunks Ridge is home to one of the most extensive climbing destinations on the East Cost and runs from North Jersey to the Catskills Range in Upstate NY. This quality band of quartz conglomerate offers a premier trad climbing and bouldering destination and is visited by climbers worldwide.
Powder, Technical Terrain and Moose.....the full New Hampshire experience. This lesser known neighbor of the infamous Tuckerman Ravine delivers awe-inspiring views, and a combination of steep bowl riding followed by a technical 3 mile ride out on this classic New England ski trail.
The early ride north was worth the effort, with the roads completely clear the drive from Boston took less than 1hr 45min. First tracks were fantastic and Sunapee had left many runs un-groomed which made for great late season trail and glade powder runs. Skiing this good in April (so close to Boston) was a welcome surprise, the only requirement was to a 6 AM start to get first tracks. Hey Sunapee, Spring Called...She's Gonna Be Late!
The struggle is real...how spring powder chasing is negativity impacting blog postings while the GoPro footage market is booming