It’s the long-awaited video from my hike up North Twin Mountain, on 21 January, 2021. A cold and snowy day, with no views… a New England Classic!
Monthly Archives: March 2021
My first time summiting Mt Isolation, I returned via the bushwhack, and was instantly smitten by the birch glades. Of course, I had to return…
Simply put, hikers came out from the woodwork to enjoy glorious weather on Mt Pierce and Mt Eisenhower.
HIking the Jewell Trail up Mt Jefferson îs a great outing unto itself. Add fantastic weather to the mix and you have a lifelong memory.
So the Whites had severe weather this past week: to wit, the winds were howling. I saw the Higher Summits Forecast calling for winds at 50 MPH, heading to 70, with gusts to 105. Screw that noise. I’ve got a few other things on my bucket list apart from “get rescued after mindlessly scaling a trail without checking the weather first.” Dumb. Instead, I hiked Pack Monadnock. Hey, I got […]