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NH’s Hikes High and Low

A couple visiting from New Jersey wanted to get some hiking done on some of the White Mountain’s rugged trails. The group size was variable over time as the planning part went on, and the objectives changed a few times, but finally a plan did come to fruition. Namely it ended up being two days of hiking for two people with two 4000-footers Pierce and Eisenhower on tap for day one, and a cliff and falls tour for day two. The first part was led by Redline Guide Pat Ferland. As it will show in the photos, the couple had some terrific weather in the alpine. They didn’t authorize usage of identifiable photos of them, but we can share a few of the lovely sights they were able to enjoy.

Day One — Aiming High

The curse of steep trails is erosion uncovers rocks underneath.

Turn(ed) here.

Stop, read, and heed as one may need, depending on conditions.

Approaching Eisenhower.

This is what it’s all about.

Amazing country.

The Mt Pierce summit cairn.

Day Two — Aiming Low(er)

Day two was a tour of Arethusa Falls and other worthy sights in that vicinity. This second segment led by Redline Guide Phoebe Seltzer. Here are scenes from their day, which looked equally enjoyable weather wise.

Falls on Bemis Brook.

Frankenstein views.

Slabby goodness.

Aretthusa Falls.

Some of the fire damage in that area. Very sad.

Great job, team! And to our guests thank you for hiking with Redline Guiding!

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