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Monthly Archives: September 2019

Guides Do Good

They’re a tough crowd to keep up with, but we try. We love to write about some of the cool things our guides do when they’re not guiding or teaching. We also love to tout their certifications and technical accomplishments. For example, this summer Redline Guide Arlette Laan finished hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail. She then went on to complete a Direttissima (hiking all 48 4000-footers […]

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Company for Owl’s Head

She had two more peaks to go to complete her New Hampshire 48 4000-footers list: Owl’s Head and Isolation. Due to the distance and general remoteness of these peaks, combined with a minor mishap on Adams, she decided hiring a guide as a companion to be a sound idea. We begin with Owl’s Head. On point for this hike was Redline Guide Arlette Laan (whom we’re […]

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South Twin Wedding

Although she’s a dedicated hiker in the Whites, the bride-to-be had never hiked either of the Twins, but the groom had and thought of South Twin Mountain — at least so far — as his favorite 4000-footer in New Hampshire. We added “at least so far” because he has six mountains still to go. That said, now that he and his bride have married atop the […]

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Middle Sugarloaf Marriage

It was inevitable. We knew that eventually we’d have a couple pick one of the Sugarloaves for their mountain wedding ceremony. It’s a terrific sunrise option, if nature offers up a sunrise, that is. In any case, there are numerous grand vistas in most directions on these well-loved 52WAV peaks. The sunrise on Middle Sugarloaf was less than spectacular on this particular morning. But that’s okay, […]

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Scar Ridge and PATN

Scar Ridge (3775′) and Peak Above The Nubble (PATN, 3813′) are two of the New Hampshire mountains that make up the hundred highest peaks in New England (NEHH). Neither of these have a proper trail to their summits requiring hikers to bushwhack. Inasmuch, we are occasionally asked to guide on these mountains. That’s what happened this past weekend with a returning single guest who prefers a […]

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Providing AT Assistance

We all get by with a little help from our friends. Giving this help is something we’ve done and will keep doing here at Redline Guiding. Call it companion hiking, or whatever, it seems a number of people appreciate this type of service. We’ve done it a few times recently, most notably on New England Hundred Highest peaks since many lack actual trails. In other cases, […]

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Rockhopper-Redline WFA

We’re pleased to announce a cooperative effort between ourselves here at Redline Guiding and Rockhopper Races LLC. For those who don’t know them, they’re the ones bringing professionally-organized mountain racing to the White Mountain National Forest. The effort we’re cooperating on is to bring a SOLO Wilderness First Aid (WFA) class to those in need. We’ve been working on this for a while so it’s nice […]

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