Hiking Mount Whiteface – May 13, 2017

Hiking Mount Whiteface – May 13, 2017

I’ve had been dying to hike the last couple weekends, but was unable due to terrible weather and other commitments. When I found out that it was supposed to rain all weekend, I was disappointed, but wasn’t going to let that stop me from getting on the...
Hiking Mount Liberty – Franconia NH

Hiking Mount Liberty – Franconia NH

Mount Liberty is located in Franconia Notch and is part of the Franconia Ridge. Mount Liberty is 4,459 feet tall, and is bordered to the south by Mount Flume, and to the North by Mount Lafayette. Hiking just Liberty is a great day hike option as the round trip is only...
Where should you finish the 48?

Where should you finish the 48?

You may have just begun your journey through New Hampshire’s whites, or you may be coming up to your last few peaks, but where should you finish? That’s a tough question, but hopefully I can help guide you through your decision. You should probably ask...
Fly Fishing the Lamprey River – Durham NH

Fly Fishing the Lamprey River – Durham NH

The Lamprey river is a 50 mile long river originating in Northwood, NH. It flows through several towns before it empties into Great Bay and eventually into the Piscataqua river. This is a local favorite for many as it offers great warm water fishing for bass and other...
Glen Boulder Trail to Boot Spur – March 2017

Glen Boulder Trail to Boot Spur – March 2017

We were super lucky to have incredible weather for March. Not only was it sitting right around 40 degrees at the base of the mountain, but the skies were blue and the visibility was fantastic. When we started around 9:00 am, the clouds were covering the peaks, but...
Lessons Learned From My First Winter Camping Trip

Lessons Learned From My First Winter Camping Trip

I had my first winter camping excursion a couple years ago with my good friend and now roommate. While I had an absolute blast, I did so many things wrong. This post is to help anyone thinking of doing a winter hike, and tenting out overnight. I don’t want you...
Hiking Cannon Mountain

Hiking Cannon Mountain

Cannon Mountain is one of the shortest distance hikes of the NH 4000 footers, but still is absolutely gorgeous. Located in Franconia Notch, it might be most notably be known for being the home of the old man on the mountain (not anymore). Overlooking Franconia Notch...
Native Brook Trout in NH

Native Brook Trout in NH

Brook Trout In NH Brook Trout are native the New Hampshire, and thrive in various bodies of water. They are heavily stocked across NH’s lakes, ponds and rivers, but are often able to reproduce and sustain healthy populations. They often struggle in the warmer...

Finishing the NH 48

I started hiking when I was young with my family, but never really thought much of it until I got to college. I grew up in northern New Hampshire where I was exposed to the beautiful lakes, mountains and rivers, which I always appreciated since I can remember. It...