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Monthly Archives: October 2023

Huntington in the Clear

A quick search on our blog will reveal many, many stories about hikes up Huntington Ravine. Guidance on it is requested a lot being it’s such a scary trail — and deservedly so. The Fan, the Slab, the delicate and precarious moves along the way, the over all exposure, and all of it topped off by a Chimney. “It’s the most challenging trail in the WMNF… […]

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Play to Learn

There is therapy in occupation and it’s serious business — for some. As Mr. Rogers once noted: “Play is often talked about as if it were a serious relief from learning. But for children, play is learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” Those in the know, those whose occupation it is to offer therapy of the occupational sort, for kids, love to play and […]

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Wanted: Mt Washington

Back in the day he skied Tuckerman Ravine. Now he wanted to climb the mountain — this time with no skis on his back, from the west side, and probably 25-35 years after the fact. But that’s okay. We serve many much older so we had no doubts. Moreover, to his credit, our guest exercised daily to include mountain biking, tennis, ice hockey, and he still […]

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Blowdown City

Today was the scheduled hike day for a guest visiting from California. She wanted something pretty, a hike around water, and only for a few hours. On the mission was Redline Guide Mike Cherim and the objective chosen was a circumnavigation of Mountain Pond in Chatham. For those who aren’t aware, Mike is the volunteer adopter/maintainer for this trail (and you can help). For him, this […]

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