Trip Reports

Paugus Cliff and the Wonalancet Range Trail

Paugus Cliff and the Wonalancet Range Trail

Mt Paugus is an infrequently-visited¬† 3000 footer that has great views of Mt Chocorua and Mt Passaconaway because it’s situated in between these two popular peaks. I hiked up it over the weekend to sit on its south-facing cliff, which is a huge expanse of open ledge, that’s perfect for …

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Redlining: Beware the Last 10%

Redlining the Mahoosuc Trail

There are 651 trails in the AMC’s White Mountain Guide which add up to about 1460 miles of trails and anywhere from 2200 to 2800 miles of actual hiking. People known as “redliners” aim to hike them all, a process that can take years and require thousands of miles of …

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The White Mountains Redlining Spreadsheet

Redlining Bumpersticker

Redlining has become very popular in the White Mountains Hiker Community, so here’s an overview of what it entails and how to keep track of your progress using the official Redlining Spreadsheet. What is Redlining? Redlining involves hiking every trail listed in the Appalachian Mountain Club’s White Mountain Guide within …

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Super Tuesday in the Presidential Range

Snowshoeing to Mt Jefferson on the Gulfside Trail

March is the best month to climb the higher peaks in New Hampshire’s Presidential Range when temperatures warm up and the days are longer, but it’s still full-on winter conditions above treeline. This is home of Mt Washington, the White Mountains highest peak, which is on the same ridge with …

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