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Ready to Respond

We love it when our guides earn their Wilderness First Responder (WFR) credentials in backcountry medicine. That way they can perform a proper backcountry medical response should it ever be required. That’s what Redline Guide Deb Dunn just did, she re-certified after some time away from it. We’re here to help her celebrate. Deb traveled to Vermont for this SOLO class, but she told us it […]

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2020 Traveler’s Choice Award

We’re stoked to announce that we have received Trip Advisor’s “Traveler’s Choice Award” for 2020. Apparently this year isn’t all bad. According to Trip Advisor, this award means that Redline Guiding is the among the Top 10% of “Attractions” worldwide. (Lookout Disney World, we’re for gunning for your spot.) In all seriousness, this means that our guests love us, and we love them right back. It […]

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Trails Day Success

We know the best way to give back is to roll up your sleeves and actually do it. Thanks to all so-willing. Our Third Annual Trails Day was a success, though not without its challenges. Covid-19, for example, forced a significant delay. Time was needed for people to learn how to deal with this thing. Finally, though, with safety pushed way out in front, we got […]

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Testing a Course

We realize that while most of our adventures and weddings are going to offer up the a pretty specific set of challenges to us as it relates to COVID19, our educational offerings, being even more diverse, will probably be our most challenging aspect yet. Granted, we have it so easy compared to some businesses, but we also take the safety of us and our guests very, […]

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Testing Backpacking 1-2-3

[…] the trip was a success. Everyone felt safe […] Check check, testing, are we ready to go live? The hike test went well enough, it wasn’t technical so that simplifies matters, a lot, but it made us think as well. And knowing this it was time to up our game and try to test out a backpacking experience next. Could we stay distanced? Would masks […]

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Trying a Test Hike

We met outdoors and kept a good distance — at least six feet. So if either of us had viral matter to give to the other, we weren’t going to make it an easy exchange. We said hello then we whipped out a… what is that? A gun?! A blowdryer? Oh, it’s just a touch-less thermometer. We grabbed our guest’s temperature with their permission. This was […]

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Our Re-Opening Plan

Following our closure, we intend to gradually re-open Redline Guiding adhering conservatively to the general guidelines defined by the New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu’s “Stay at Home 2.0” phased re-opening approach, provided it is fact-, data-, and science-driven only. We will not be driven by politics or emotion. We also plan to consider and adhere to the various applicable plans offered by the CDC (Center for […]

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Third Annual Trails Day

We’re Doing It Again — Giving Back to the Trails! We are being optimistic, we are making plans, though bear in mind we decided on a much later date this year for our Third Annual Trails Day. We are hoping that by then, we will all gleefully work together, side-by-side on a White Mountains’ trail. So, without further ado, we hope you will join us yet […]

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Virtual Courses Are Real

We mentioned that we started offering virtual courses, but we really didn’t have the infrastructure, so to speak. Not at the time, anyway — it was all so new. We had no official pricing at the time, a massively overblown booking form to use for a rather simple and straightforward registration, and we didn’t even have a page to put any of it on. That has […]

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N.H. Bear Bell Project

The past few years have seen a sharp increase in the number of visitors to the White Mountain National Forest (WMNF). Inasmuch the number of black bear-related incidents has likewise skyrocketed, but at an even sharper rate. So much so, it’s concerning. “It’s just a matter of time before someone gets killed,” said one United States Forest Service (USFS) Ranger we spoke with. Due to the […]

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Some Courses Now Online

It has been said that necessity is the mother of invention. It’s the truth. A necessity for us — for the greater good — is that we suspended our normal operations for an unspecified period of time. Our “invention,” so to speak, is that we are trying new things, because another necessity is making a living. Specifically we are dabbling in the dark arts of video […]

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