While it’s acceptable to get “good” lost on a hike, your true goal should always be your safe return to the trailhead.
“I can get away with it, right?” OK, so if not, why not?
No hiking for me today. The last 24 hours have been rough. Vaccines are supposed to stimulate an immune response, albeit one that would be milder than the actual illness. And sure, compared to how most people feel after contracting COVID, I’m sure I got off lightly. That’s not to say it was fun, and it certainly is saying that it would have been wildly irresponsible for me to have […]
I got the vaccine. And so many thoughts about all that it means and entails.
Remember fire safety as part of your Leave No Trace ethic. As Smokey the Bear says, only you can prevent forest fires.
AMC high huts are closed, and the White Mountain hiker shuttle is similarly grounded for the season. But other options for trampers remain.
Gov. Sununu has re-opened camping, but for New Hampshire residents only.
The forest service has closed several day use areas and trailheads.
We need to get outdoors to restore ourselves, but at the same time, we shouldn’t all hit the same trail at once.
Coronavirus has everything in a mess right now. If you’re planning on a hike, here are some things to think about before heading out.