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Finishing the 100 Highest

The New England Hundred Highest peaks, that is. And it’s something Redline Guide Arlette Laan has just completed along with her husband, Rich. This list of mountains — many of which are trailless — is made up of peaks in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. What follows is a short summary and some photos of her finishing trip on New Hampshire’s Scar Ridge (which for those […]

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Another Guide High Point

We enjoy telling folks about what our guides are up to when they’re not guiding or instructing a course. We can only share some. They are way too active for us to get into detailing the day-to-day runs, climbs, and hikes they do, even though many are surely noteworthy. The bigger stuff, however, we try to make the time for. As such, one on our guides, […]

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Rich Page Also Joins the Team

Rich Page, possibly known more widely as The Gear Doc for his beloved North Conway gear repair and fabrication business, has actually been with us since early spring and has guided on Mt Washington under the Redline Guiding banner. We’ve been slow to put it out there, is all, but here is it. Please give a nice big welcome to our newest Redline Guide, Rich Page. […]

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DangerGirl Joins the Team

Back in March we introduced a new Redline Guide, Ryan Welts, when he joined the team. In passing we mentioned his wife, Kristina Folcik, was also an accomplished athlete. Little did we know at the time that a little while later Kristina would hope to join forces with Redline Guiding herself excited by the prospect of working together. We have welcomed her with open arms, obviously. […]

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Redline Guides Gone Wild

Do you know what’s cool about guiding? We love what we do. Inasmuch that when we’re not working, we still hike and recreate in the great outdoors. This differs from many jobs where one avoids the whole scene unless being forced to go to work. Our guides want to hike! And not just hike — they crush! Let’s take a small glimpse into this season. There […]

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Another Guide Makes the Grade

Congratulations to Redline Guiding Mountain Guide Ryan Welts for completing his schooling and earning his Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certification. Since protecting our guests and others we may lead by being ready to meet their basic emergency medical needs in the mountains is critically important (and a requirement before leading), we are extremely pleased to be able to make this announcement. The schooling is tough but […]

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Run Ryan, Run

We’re pleased to announce the newest member of the Redline Guiding Team: Ryan Welts. If that name sounds familiar, you must be into White Mountain legends because Ryan is pretty well known in some circles for his amazing feats and, further, for the source of inspiration that he is. Ryan — once his certifications are complete — will be adding a new angle to our hiking […]

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Persistent Layers of Knowledge

We’re proud to announce that Redline Guides Ken Hodges and Liz Wyman have just earned their AIARE Level One and AMC Avalanche Awareness certifications, respectively. This is all part of their progression here at Redline Guiding, and professionally as guides, and it’s all done in an effort to keep themselves and everyone they lead into the backcountry safe. Minimizing risk is their first responsibility as outdoor […]

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Two More New “Woofers”

Even more congratulations are in order, this time to Redline Guiding Mountain Guides Liz Wyman and Álvaro Marques for also completing their schooling and earning their Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certifications. As noted, since protecting our guests and others we may lead by being ready to meet their basic emergency medical needs in the mountains is critically important (and a requirement before leading), we are extremely […]

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Two New “Woofers”

Congratulations to Redline Guiding Mountain Guides Arlette Laan and Ken Hodges for completing their schooling and earning their Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certifications. Since protecting our guests and others we may lead by being ready to meet their basic emergency medical needs in the mountains is critically important (and a requirement before leading), we are extremely pleased to be able to make this announcement. The schooling […]

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Redline Guide: Ken Hodges

Hoping to help you get to know our mountain guides just a little better, we’d like to offer the following: Ken’s Bio Introduction: Ken, of Amesbury MA, began hiking with the Boy Scouts, summitting Mt.Washington at age twelve. He has since hiked the New Hampshire 48 4000-footers a few times, the 52-With-A-View, the Terrifying 25, the Vermont 4000-footers as well as the Adirondack’s 46 4000-footers. He […]

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Redline Guide: Carl Herz

Hoping to help you get to know our mountain guides just a little better, we’d like to offer the following: Carl’s Bio Introduction: Carl, of Randolph, NH, has enjoyed hiking since childhood while on vacations with his family. Over time, his passion for the outdoors became a major part of his life. He has been an avid four season hiker for six years, his acumen honed […]

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