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Updated Covid-19 Policy

It’s not over until it’s over for everyone, worldwide, this is fact, but tell that to the people in our little corner of the world. We now see very few masks being worn anywhere. There are some holdouts, of course, but by the day they crumble and cave. Meanwhile, there are still daily infection rates hovering somewhere above zero in New Hampshire — the number’s been […]

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Guide Spotlight: Arlette Laan

Our guides are a big deal. They’re cool, smart, good looking, and really good at what they do. As such, we like to spend some time sharing information about them so that you, dear reader, will appreciate them as much as we do. In this entry we will cast our guide spotlight on Redline Guide Arlette Laan — who’s currently hiking the massive 4700-mile North Country […]

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Trails Day Success, #4

We just finished our Fourth Annual Trails Day and it was again a huge success. This year, under the leadership of the US Forest Service, Saco District, we preformed what was probably our heaviest workout as volunteers. Organizers and supporters for this event, besides us and the USFS, were the NH Trail Workers Group, Rockhopper Races, and Tuckerman Brewing. Redline Guides present were Mike Cherim, Ken […]

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Yoga & Meditation Sunrise

Here’s an idea we came up with for Memorial Day weekend: Individuals, couples, or families can head up to the Mt Washington Valley on Saturday May 29th, taking their time, enjoying the ride. Once they arrive they can check in to one of the numerous hotels in the area (call us for a recommendation). The rest of the afternoon is spent shopping, checking out some local […]

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Samantha Joins the Team

We’re pleased to announce we have taken on yet another guide. Redline Guide Samantha Fairfield is new to guiding as a career but has long maintained a strong desire to guide and to do so with Redline Guiding in particular. Her applying twice, the second time with a wilderness first responder (WFR) certifications added to her credentials, was a sure testament to her ambition and enthusiasm. […]

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LGBTQIA+ Backpack Event

Here at Redline Guiding we have always celebrated diversity and are continually learning how to create inclusive community spaces in the outdoors. Thus, we’re pleased to announce an exclusive LGBTQIA+ Wilderness Backpacking Experience. This is a steeply discounted opportunity to explore and learn about backpacking in the White Mountain National Forest. Lead on this Project is Redline Guide Jess Kowalski. The LGBTQIA+ community is one of […]

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Digital Navigation (Trial)

As many past guests know, we are big on custom work, working closely with individuals and private groups, helping folks with specific goals in mind. Often times these focused classes are what we might call one-offs meaning that the course content or specialized instruction, while perfectly tailored for the guest it was meant for, might lack broad appeal. Occasionally, however, these custom courses can be shaped […]

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2021 Rockhopper-Redline WFA

We’re pleased to announce another cooperative effort between ourselves here at Redline Guiding and Rockhopper Races LLC. For those who don’t know Rockhopper Races, they’re the ones bringing professionally-organized mountain racing to the White Mountain National Forest. The owner, Kristina Folcik, has guided for us and remains a friend. So together, we’re back at it again offering a SOLO 2021 Wilderness First Aid course in April, […]

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Jess Kowalski Joins the Team

With Arlette being on “vacation” for a bit (she’ll be back eventually), we’ve brought in new team member and experienced guide Jess Kowalski to help out (along with Deb) with some of the women’s-only stuff that we like to offer now and then. And we may expand our offerings on that front, if Jess wants to help. She may have a group or three she would […]

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Ryan Earns his Avy 2

Furthering his education, Redline Guide Ryan McGuire just attended an “Avy Two” course from the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE). This course is part of a progression Ryan began with “Avy One” followed by an “Avy Rescue” course. In a nod to old friends, the course was taught by David Lottmann, Northeast Alpine Start, and hosted by Corey Fitzgerald and company at Northeast […]

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Will Earns his WFR

Our newest Redline Guide Will Murphy will finally be able to really get out there in a big way as a member of the team. We were just waiting on him to earn a wilderness medical certification. And now he has. Over the past eight days Will has been thrown into the world of wilderness medicine at SOLO‘s Tasker Hill campus in Madison, NH. There he […]

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