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Guided Flume Gorge Tour

One of our most recent requests involved something somewhat atypical for mountain guides, but it is something which fit right in with our Nature Tour offerings so when we got the call, we accepted the mission. Normally we’d put Redline Guide Liz Wyman on it, being that she is our official naturalist, but she wasn’t available so Redline Guide and owner Mike Cherim volunteered for the […]

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Two for Two, for Two

Two adventures, two days, for two people. We are happy to team up with International Mountain Climbing School (IMCS) of North Conway to introduce an exciting late-season special. We’re offering two full days of adventuring fun for you and your buddy or significant other. On the first day hike or scramble with a Redline Guiding guide and explore some of our White Mountains awesomeness by way […]

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WFA Graduates

Well done congratulations to one and all. We’re offering four opportunities for people to earn their Wilderness First Aid credentials this year by offering discounted SOLO WFA classes. Two have been completed so far, and we have two more to go for 2017, one on the weekend of October 21st-22nd, then another on the weekend of November 11th-12th. We still have spaces for these open-to-the-public courses. […]

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Sunrise Summit Wedding

It seems like just last week that we were contacted by Elizabeth. She and her fiancé, Tom, she explained wanted to tie the knot. Moreover, they wanted to do it on a mountain top or something really cool and magical like that. After some conversation, gauging drive distances and such — as they were located in Lebanon, NH — we suggested the 2605-foot Welch Mountain. This […]

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Wilderness Education Recap

As the seasons begin to change it’s time for us to look at our educational offerings over the spring and summer. What worked, what didn’t, what surprises did we encounter? Not everything flew off the shelves, so to speak, but almost all of our offerings sold, and many staples of wilderness education did very well. Here’s a quick recap of our current offerings. What Happened… Looking […]

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Suunto Compasses Available

While we have no interest in really getting into retail sales — been there, done that — we do find ourselves in the position of being able to sell any and all Suunto products. In fact, over the (almost) year we’ve sold numerous Suunto A-10 (NH) compasses through our Wilderness Navigation classes. We weren’t trying to sell them, and actually held back because we didn’t have […]

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Toughest Mile of the AT

A little more than a week ago a few of the guides were hiking in Mahoosuc Notch just east of the Maine-New Hampshire border. That one of us would be guiding this section of the Appalachian Trail soon was purely coincidental — the fellahs were simply helping owner Mike Cherim “work” on his personal “redlining” mission. Assigned to lead today’s for-hire companion hike was Redline Guide […]

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Franconia Ridge Traverse

There’s a chance we’re doing something right since a number of our guests keep returning to us to do or learn more. It’s getting to be a thing. And because of this we’re ecstatic. Welcome back, we say. Let’s have some fun. That’s what happened August 2nd: a day of fun for a returning guest, Tom, who went out with Redline Guide Arlette Laan recently on […]

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Orange Canister Hike

Or to more properly quote our returning guest and New England Hundred Highest pursuer, Bob, “Orange [F-expletive] Canister Hike.” We’ll credit Bob for coming up with an original name, but we know many have given this tight, gnarly bushwhack to New Hampshire’s infamous Scar Ridge very similar monikers. Of which at least half include the same sensored word to describe the ascent of this 3775-foot Mountain […]

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Wilderness First Aid

Of all the skill sets hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts may possess, backcountry medical training is perhaps the epitome of value. If you hike and spend time in remote locations outside of the “golden hour” (meaning an hour or more from typical urban medical services), dealing with injury or illness at some point — even if it’s not your own — is likely. Getting the proper […]

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Peak Above The Nubble

Also known as PATN, Peak Above The Nubble is another of the New Hampshire-based New England Hundred Highest peaks that lacks an official trail. At 3813-feet, it is the 88th tallest. Today’s mission — assigned to Redline Guide Ken Hodges — was to lead returning guest, Bob, to the peak’s peak. If you haven’t been following, Bob’s wife insisted he hire a guide to be his […]

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Run Like the Wind

We’re pleased to introduce “Run Like the Wind,” a women’s-only mountain running event. The Details This event is being led by Redline Guide Kristina Folcik. If you don’t know of Kristina (click the link above to find her profile), she is a bit of an expert on the subject of mountain running. And being a woman herself, might just be able to provide a completely unparalleled […]

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