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Redlining the White Mountains

Camping & Backpacking / Features / Hiking / ZZBLOG POSTS

There is a grand project afoot among New England’s most accomplished hikers; it is one that transcends lists, the short-term, and affords years of exploration and challenge. Among those few hikers is my friend, Bill Robichaud. After repeatedly climbing... Read More »

6,800 Ascents of Mount Monadnock…and Counting

Features / Hiking / ZZBLOG POSTS

From the 48 Four Thousand Footers to the 52 With a View, New Hampshire is a great place for hikers to add new mountains to their tick lists. Not Larry Davis. Since 1984, he’s maintained an almost daily routine... Read More »

Winter Traction 101

Camping & Backpacking / Climbing / Footwear / Hiking / Ski & Snowsports / ZZBLOG POSTS

Winter is the season of traction. Not needing to worry about your feet moving in a direction you don’t want while you’re walking on snow or ice can go a long way towards making your winter experience a pleasant... Read More »

5 Gifts that Give Back

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Tis the season for giving many presents, so why not pick a product that also does some good in the world? Here are a few cool gifts that will not only put a smile on the face of of the person... Read More »

5 Gifts for Serious Road Cyclists

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Just as ice climbers are a different breed, so too are serious road cyclists. While there are varying degrees of serious road cyclists, they all share one common trait–an obsession with riding as many miles as often as they can.... Read More »

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