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Advanced Women’s Backpack

Exciting news, especially for Redline Guide Arlette Laan‘s former student-participants: We are super pleased to offer a more advanced, longer duration — 3 days, 2 nights — educational backpacking adventure for women only. We’re pleased to introduce our very first “Advanced Camp Like a Champ” women’s-only backpacking event. The Details This event is being led by Redline Guide Arlette Laan. If you don’t know of Arlette […]

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We Gave Something Back

From the White Mountain National Forest we find pleasure and business, and for the White Mountain National Forest we give back by rolling up our sleeves and getting to work. This is why we didn’t hesitate in the slightest when deciding to repeat last year’s successful Trails Day by hosting and organizing a Second Annual Event. That’s what we were up to on Sunday, June 23rd, […]

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Team in Training Hike

This past weekend we provided leadership to an important Team In Training event raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). We found ourselves doing this thanks to North Ridge Mountain Guides (NRMG) who sought us out for leadership assistance. (Mike and the owner there, Jamie, used to guide together and are friends.) The leadership provided came from Redline Guides Ken Hodges, Jeffrey Shutak, and […]

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Women’s Only Backpack

We’re pleased to introduce our third annual “Camp Like a Champ” women’s-only overnight backpacking event. The Details This event is being led by Redline Guide Arlette Laan. If you don’t know of Arlette (click the link above to find her profile), she is a very experienced expert on the subject of backpacking. And being a woman herself, might just be able to provide a completely unparalleled […]

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Camp Craft in the Wilds

We had two women’s-only “Camp Like a Champ” backpacking/camp craft events scheduled for this season with the next one coming up the weekend of July 21-22 (sorry, sold out). The first one, however, just happened this past weekend and while it wasn’t full, it was very much a success. This one was led/taught by Redline Guide Jean Lee and it took place in the Wild River […]

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Wild Exploration Adventures

We are creating a series of hiking adventures that will take participants off the beaten track to explore areas of the White Mountain National Forest that few ever visit. We will be bushwhacking, using old trails, following terrain features like slides, navigating by map and compass, and more. If you’ve ever taken one of our Wilderness Navigation courses this may be a perfect opportunity to put […]

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Successful Trails Day

We cleared seventy waterbars! We recently announced our First Annual Volunteer Trails Day. Our thinking was, as a company, to organize a way for folks to give back to the White Mountain National Forest. For hikers, a great way to do this is to maintain the hiking trails. Doing so preserves and protects them. And it’s sorely needed. Hikers may not realize how much impact they […]

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Volunteer Trails Day

Would you like to give back to the White Mountain National Forest? Would you like to do your part to help ensure good hiking trails for all to enjoy? If so, join us on June 23rd, 2018, for our first annual Volunteer Trails Day with Redline Guiding, the NH Trail Workers’ Group, and the United States Forest Service (Saco Ranger District). This is a FREE event […]

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Backpacking for Women

We’re pleased to introduce our third “Camp Like a Champ” women’s-only overnight backpacking event. The Details This event is being led by Redline Guide *Arlette Laan. If you don’t know of Arlette (click the link above to find her profile), she is a bit of an expert on the subject of backpacking. And being a woman herself, might just be able to provide a completely unparalleled […]

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Redlining Presentations

The details… Up and coming this summer we are giving a number of presentations about “Redlining the White Mountains.” For those that don’t know, “redlining” means to hike all the trails discussed in the Appalachian Mountain Club‘s White Mountain Guidebook. Two of our Redline Guides have done this: Bill Robichaud (the 29th finisher, ever), and Mike Cherim (the 37th). Other team members are working on it […]

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Spring is in the Air

Springtime brings us longer days and generally milder weather. It has its challenges, usually in the form of soft snow, postholing, dripping trees, weakened snow bridges, and iffy river crossings — plus it still gets cold at night — but there’s so much to do at this time of year blending winter with the rest of the year. Below are examples of some of the cool, […]

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