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Mount Willard – NH

Hiking

Mount Willard is one of the most rewarding short and easy hikes in NH. With only a gradual 1.6 miles to the cliff view of Crawford Notch, it is a prime destination for inexperienced, new, or even seasoned…

Hike Carter Dome and Mount Hight – Carter Notch AMC Hut

Hiking

Carter Dome is located in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Standing at 4,832 feet, it is the 9th highest peak in NH. Part of the Carter Moriah range, it sits just East of the Northern Presidentials. Though the peak…

Fly Fishing Pittsburg, NH – July 2017

Fishing

  Fishing Pittsburg was a success this year with tons of fish to the net, perfect weather and water levels.   Day 1 We left after work on Friday and headed up 93 until we hit a spot…

Hiking Mount Garfield via the Garfield Trail

Hiking, Trip Report

Mount Garfield is a 10 mile round trip hike with incredible 360 degree views. With 3,500 feet of elevation gain spread over 5 miles, it offers mostly gradual incline, making the hike seem to be at the easy…

The NH 48 4000 Footers – And 8 Tips for Finishing Them

Hiking

What are the NH 4000 Footers? A NH 4000 footer is a mountain that exceeds 4,000 feet in elevation, with a prominence of 200 feet or greater. This means that there are various peaks across NH and New…

Hiking Mount Katahdin – Knife Edge Trail, Hunt Trail and Abol Trail (Video Included)

Hiking

Hiking Mount Katahdin is simply an incredible experience. As you approach Baxter State Park, you see off in the distance the rocky and steep slopes of the highest peaks in all of Maine. Most who come have read…

Hiking Mount Carrigain

Hiking

Mount Carrigain (4,682 feet) is one of the most popular of the NH 48 due to its outstanding 360 degree views, and gorgeous ridge line trail. This 10 mile hike is worth it before you even hit the…

Native Brook Trout in NH

Fishing

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.…