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Monthly Archives: July 2022

Married on Monroe

Of all the Presidentials, the 5372-foot Mt Monroe stands out as one of our favorites. We think this is thanks to a couple of attributes. First of all, unless blowing your mind by coming at it from Mt Washington or from points south, the regular access trail — the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail — is a delight. It’s rugged, quite varied, and even exciting in places. A […]

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Married on Cathedral Ledge

Back in the Covid days of 2021, someone from the Echo Lake State Park would come open the gates to the Cathedral Ledge access road to let us drive up to have a wedding. We did a few of them that way, and with access choked off, the normal crowds milling about were virtually non-existent. This made Cathedral Ledge, as a wedding venue anyway, extremely attractive. […]

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We’re the Travelers’ Choice, 2022

We often thank our guests for choosing Redline Guiding. Now it seems that’s caught on as we just received the 2022 Travelers’ Choice Award from Trip Advisor. It’s thanks to you, our guests, for leaving positive ratings and reviews — for which, you should know, we are extremely grateful — and it’s also thanks to you, our awesome team of guides, for giving our guests something […]

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Making an AT Connection

There are several chunks of New Hampshire that Appalachian Trail (AT) thru-hikers fear/loathe/admire/respect more than others — one notable example being the Mahoosuc Notch, that one billed as “the toughest mile on the AT.” The guide books speak of the wildness or ruggedness of these chunks. The words they use in these tomes may conjure up visions of deep, dark, and prehistoric wilds, the wet rock […]

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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 […]

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Castle, Clouds, and Wedding

I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. […] —Elizabeth Barrett Browning It was a pretty sight. To our south New Hampshire’s Lakes Region was spread out with the Belknaps Mountains serving as a backdrop, the ski trails on Gunstock barely visible. To the north we were protected by Mts Roberts and Shaw (both on […]

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Helping the Finishers

This morning a prior adventures guest and student posted on Facebook that she finished her 48 4000-footers. We congratulated her in a comment. She, in turn, gave our comment a heart and thanked us for our help. That comment drove home the point that we help the starters start and the finishers finish. We help bridge the gap between plan and action, either by bolstering the […]

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