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Category Archives: Nuptials

Another Loon Mtn Wedding

First we want to congratulate our couple on their beautiful June 10th Wedding. We know there were concerns about the weather, the wind, the clouds, the rain, and the thunderstorms. All of it, we knew, was a possibility. And all of it, as it were, amounted to nothing more than a possibility. As it were, we all enjoyed sun and clouds and breezes enough to keep […]

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Echo Lake Wedding

The couple hoped for a May 23rd, 2023 Rim Trail wedding on Cannon Mountain, but the tram hadn’t been opened yet so they asked us to think of some other spots, noting Echo Lake. This was probably for the best. Up there the wind would have been howling and we would have froze. Redline Guide and in-house wedding photographer Mike Maciel even went on an advanced […]

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Springing into Action

Not your typical spring Monday. While Redline Guide Ken Hodges was teaching one student Digital Navigation — sending her husband photos of the locations she tracked — and while Redline Guide and NH JP Mike Cherim was officiating a wedding way up in Dummer, NH, Redline Guide Pat Ferland was giving the first Rock Climbing Intro course of the season. For more on the rock intro, […]

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Foss Mountain Wedding

The couple penned their own wedding ceremony — a cool option — basing their script on what we refer to as our “custom vows” (*.docx). In their version they spoke of hardships and struggles, obstacles and issues, getting to where they were was apparently no small feat. In said script they also spoke of literally walking through dust and ash. Justice of the Peace Mike Cherim […]

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Wedding at the Omni

For those looking for something so incredibly civilized it’s absolutely wild, a wedding at the Omni Mount Washington Resort might just meet the requirement. What follows are a couple of scenes from a wedding in said location officiated by Redline Guide and JP, Mike Cherim. This wedding was designated private so the scenery is all we can offer but we did offer our video and photographic […]

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Mid March Madness

We mean a madness of the the best kind possible… This ended up being another one of those crazy weekends that there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to cover each individual activity properly so we end up consolidating the lot in a post like this. That’s the case today, with exception to one activity, an ice climbing intro course, here’s the other stuff that […]

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Another on Elephant Head

We got to the trail junction, sure the snowshoe tracks we followed would turn with us as we made our detour to Elephant Head. We were wrong. The easy, broken trail continued on toward the high peaks, what we had before us was pristine snow. Unbroken. We would do the breaking. A quick shout out to Madison and Jack. Congratulations you two on your beautiful wedding. […]

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Four Wheelin’ Mt Washington

It makes for a memorable wedding: riding up the Mt Washington Auto Road in one of those large side-by-side utility vehicles. And that’s just what happened on September 13th, 2022. The couple (we’ll call them Paul and Linda) rode up, side-by-side but merely engaged at the time, met Redline Guiding owner and NH Justice of the Peace Mike Cherim up there, where he worked his JP […]

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Update from the Peaks

We’re a seasonal company, but one with something to offer in all seasons (even weddings). In the spring and fall we hike and climb and offer a wide variety of outdoor education classes. Winters are even busier with more classes and myriad opportunities to climb, hike and snowshoe, ski, even get some mountaineering in. Our busiest season, however, is summer. We offer the classes but hiking […]

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Five Years of Trail Work

We’d like to thank everyone who contributed by our 5th Annual Trails day. Deciding to join the fun is deciding to give back to the forest and its users. This year we worked on the Oliverian-Downes Brook XC Ski Trail West Loop bringing its corridor back to specs. It’ll be a plus for anyone skiing it this coming winter. Go check it out! We’d like to […]

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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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