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  1. Vegan.Hiker

    White Mountain National Forest (Eisenhower, Pierce, Jackson) - May 2018

    I injured my ankle pretty bad from running about 2 months ago. I was in a boot for almost a month and I'm getting physical therapy 3x week but finally got the green light from the doctors to start hiking again. So I went on my first trip of the season last weekend. Weather blocked me from my...
  2. Vegan.Hiker

    Mount Moosilauke, WMNF

    Mount Moosilauke, White Mountain National Forest, NH May 29th, 2015 For the second time in a month, the weather in Virginia forced me to postpone my backpacking trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains. This time, I wasn't going to let the extra vacation day that I had taken go to waste. I noticed...
  3. Vegan.Hiker

    White Mountain National Forest, NH (Carter Range)

    November 22nd and 23rd, 2014 This past Friday I left work early and headed to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The plan was to shack up in a motel Friday night and get an early start on Saturday to hike a section of the Carter Range summiting Mount Hight (yup that's the right spelling)...
  4. jdgibney

    Mt. Washington and Mt. Monroe - White Mountain National Forest, NH

    Finally got back up the White Mountains in my back yard (2 hours away) here in NH, and hiked to the highest point in the northeast, Mt. Washington. It was an awesome hike, and I've been bitten by the hiking bug again, hoping to knock off a few more of our 4,000 footers (I've done 27/48 so far)...
  5. Vegan.Hiker

    Mt Lincoln, Mt Lafayette - New Hampshire (Video Added)

    Franconia Ridge, White Mountains, NH - 8/19/14 Arethusa Falls and Mt. Willard, White Mountains, NH - 8/20/14 My wife Tyne and I went on a trip of New England last week. We spent time in Newport RI, Newburyport MA, Portsmouth NH, and on the last two days we hiked in the White Mountains of New...
  6. jdgibney

    Mt. Liberty and Flume - June 15, 2012

    I figured I'd post one of my NH trip reports, this one from the Franconia Notch area of the White Mountain National Forest. We tackled two more of the 48 4,000 footers in the granite state. Photos and Tracks at Gib's Adventures Friday, Meg, Scott and I did our first climb up to Franconia...
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