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Tough Mountain Choices

Go or no-go, that is the question. You’ve been hiking and climbing for hours. You’ve gotten to treeline. Now you have a choice to make. You hate to give up after all the time, effort, and money you’ve invested so far — which might also include air fare, hotels, even your coveted vacation time — but the conditions on the mountain are what we might call […]

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Launch Day

It’s like any other day, really. But the doors are open. We are ready to serve. We have some top-quality adventures to offer and our team’s collective in-depth knowledge of the area is impressive to say the least. We are also offering some excellent courses designed to help some folks get started while training others for their next big thing. Of special interest at this time, […]

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One Week to Go

We’ve had what is referred to in some circles as a “soft launch,” meaning we announced ourselves before our grand opening which is actually scheduled for October 17th — our hard launch. Between now and then, now that we are 99.8% complete with our to-do list, we are taking a break. Fully unplugged. In fact, we’re away right now! This blog entry was written a few […]

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Cindy and Edgar

If you didn’t know we offer wedding services, consider this news. Mike Cherim, owner/guide, and Redline Guiding’s Chief Cook and Bottle Washer, is also a New Hampshire Justice of the Peace. Well, tonight we had conducted our first-ever service for locals Cindy and Edgar. Our first wedding! Such an incredible feeling being part of something so special. It wasn’t a mountain-top or wilderness wedding, yet it […]

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Taking to the Winter Trails

The winter hiking season is just around the corner. Soon we will be pushing through slick leaves and the hazards they conceal — as if that isn’t dangerous enough — and almost immediately after that we will be making our way through snow, dealing with winter’s inherent dangers. As many prefer, actually. The walking, after all, is generally easier (unless you’re packing out a trail through […]

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The Hiker’s Thirteen Essentials

The “Ten Essentials” as is known to hikers young and old, first appeared in print in the third edition of Mountaineering, Freedom of the Hills, Mountaineers (January, 1974), according to Wikipedia. The original list was modified in the seventh edition, and has since undergone many modifications over the years for a variety of reasons at the hands of various groups such as the Boy Scouts of […]

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Skills Courses for Experienced Hikers

We offer a number of courses here at Redline Guiding. Some of them are geared toward folks completely new to this fine sport, but not all. Some of our classes will be of benefit to folks who already hike and play outdoors but want to increase their wilderness knowledge or boost their skills. Specifically, these courses are: Mountaineering Skills: Learn the proper way to safety use […]

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New Kid in Town

We are really proud to announce the birth of Redline Guiding; a brand new mountain guiding agency in North Conway, NH. After months of work we are finally ready to let the cat out of the bag, so to speak, and release this news to the world. These are, for us, exciting times… and scary times. Putting it all out there, risking it all, striking out […]

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Prep for a Mt Washington Climb

This is a copy of an article I wrote last year. I thought it might look nice here. You may have been tossing the idea around, perhaps debating with yourself — you know, about Climbing Mt Washington in the Winter. Maybe you’ve been wondering if you have what it takes, physically and mentally. Perhaps you’ve had concerns about the mountain’s well-documented dangers (it is one of […]

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Looking for guides

We are presently looking for individuals qualified to be mountain guides to lead groups under contract with Redline Guiding LLC, at least starting talks. We plan to begin on October 17th and that isn’t exactly a busy time of year. By winter, however, we hope to be busy. The person or people we bring on must be fit and capable, have technical skills necessary for the […]

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Some services available

We are opening October 17th, 2016, right after Barb and I return from our honeymoon. By that time the company will be recorded by the state (check), a TIN applied for and received (check), PayPal updated (check), inventory added (check), our US Forest Service oufitter’s permit will be in, our insurance in place, and we should be all geared up and ready to go. Until then… well, […]

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