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Slideshow on Hiking the White Mountain 4000 Footers

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Hiking and climbing all 48 of the White Mountain 4000 Footers is a physical and mental challenge, but well within the reach of serious hikers and backpackers. Besides the awesome views, it’s a great way to learn more skills, get outdoors, and meet other like-minded outdoor-oriented people.

If you’ve ever wanted to learn about hiking the White Mountain 4000 Footers and you live in the Boston area, I’ll be giving a talk at the the REI in Reading, Massachusetts this Friday evening, July 8 at 7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m (details.) Space is limited, so please pre-register.

If you can’t make it, here is the talk I’ll be giving (without my color commentary,) if you are interested in learning more about these formidable peaks.

The White Mountains are really quite exceptional and I am glad I live so close to them. But once you finish hiking the 4000 footers your first time, you can’t stop climbing them. They actually become even more fascinating than before.

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4 comments

  1. Do you happen to ever get to NH for talks and/or appearances?

    Scott

  2. I'm up there all the time, but I haven't made a point to drum up any appearances in NH. If you have a group you'd like me to speak to give me a shout. I'd be happy to drive up and give a talk.

  3. Is there a fee for you coming onsite and talking? I work in Gloucester and think that my coworkers would enjoy talking with you.

    Jim

  4. It depends if you make me dress up or dance. (I'll contact you offline).

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