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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Guided Tripyramids Loop

One of our many favorite guests, Monica, has returned to us again (she must have enjoyed her time with us on those prior trips up Jefferson and Carrigain). This time she wanted a companion for a hike up the Tripyramids. To refresh your memory, Monica is an experienced peakbagger working on hiking the one hundred and eleven highest mountains in New England — the NE111 (the […]

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Quality, Not Quantity

Quality, not quantity… it’s a simple enough edict, yes? Our guest yesterday, Erika, who was visiting from Maryland, wanted just this very thing. Some of that famous New Hampshire foliage, stunning views, waterfalls, and a little hiking. Not a lot of hiking, if you please. Redline Guide Jeffrey Shutak was on the case. We know and he knows, one doesn’t have to hike for miles to […]

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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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Bumpier Than Ohio

We had another guest from Ohio yesterday (10/6) who requested a Nature Tour so needless to say (but we will anyway) we put Redline Guide and Naturalist Liz Wyman on it. Originally our guest, Laura, wanted to head up to Mt Washington. She was hoping to drive up then hike to the Lakes of the Clouds hut and back, being informed about the alpine flora and […]

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Learn, Then Practice

For the past two days a returning guest, Andrew (from New York City) participated in a comprehensive hiking introduction course, then followed it up with a significant guided hiking adventure. Day one was spent with Redline Guide and owner Mike Cherim who was Andy’s private instructor. Day two, Redline Guide Jeffrey Shutak led Andy in an attempt on the 3268-foot Kearsarge North summit. Originally, Jeffrey had […]

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Stairs Mountain Backpack

A returning guest, Jim, wanted to delve deeper into backpacking, to refine his skills, and train to increase his mountain toughness, so to speak. The ultimate goal being to backpack a “Pemi Loop” — a demanding 32-mile test of one’s backpacking mettle. This was training. Since Jim had such a good experience with us previously, having a training day followed by an epic adventure, he called […]

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Autumn’s Hidden Dangers

Six Fall Hazards Hikers Need to Know Hiking is a great sport at any time of year, and each season has something wonderful to offer. Winter offers up its easier-to-stay-cool temperatures, thinner crowds, and diamond quality views. It’s less forgiving, but worth it to many. Spring gives us its new growth greens as nature’s baby… it’s a lovely time to hike. Summer is the carefree time, […]

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