Boulder Loop

  We came to the mountains this weekend prepared for fall hiking, not winter hiking.  We expected to see snow on Mt. Washington, but not the other peaks.  As we drove around the… Continue reading

What’s the Sense of Hiking – East Side Trail(Cohos Trail) October 12

Right after we left the Nash bog, Mike turns to me and says ,”What’s the sense of hiking?”. My heart sank, I thought, oh no he is trying to tell me he doesn’t… Continue reading

Mt. Monroe – Sept. 28, 2013

After the typical early morning debate of where to hike, we finally settled on visiting Mt. Monroe.  Mike attempted this once before, but he didn’t summit.  Today seemed to be the perfect day… Continue reading

A year later on the trail – Bald Knob, NH (Sept. 21, 2013)

A year ago, we hiked Mount Willard and I passed out on the top.  Walked off this little bit of a mountain and promptly drove to the e.r.  Seems my arrhythmia was out… Continue reading

Wiliwilinui Trail(Oahu), or We aren’t hiking in the whites are we?

Hikergal and hubby are hiking in Oahu for a bit.  Needed a little change of pace from the hills of Connecticut and the mountains of New Hampshire.  Hiking here is different and yet… Continue reading

Kealia Trail – Oahu, Hawaii July 16

We are spending some time hiking in Oahu.  Today we did a short segment of the Kealia trail.   If you want to read the full report, hike on over to my other… Continue reading

A trail with two different points of view, Sugarloaf Mountain – June 29

Here is Mike’s version: Went up a very long, steep hill.  Saw fog. Came down same very long steep hill. Had mud and bugs. I was the  grumpy hiking partner . One of… Continue reading

Bridal Veil Falls – June 27

The forecast called for fog and storms this afternoon.  I have a fear of lightning, so below tree line was the only option.  Our friend Tim, owner of the cottage we stay at, loves this… Continue reading

Where It All Began – Lantern Hill – June 22

For some reason when we were climbing Percy Peaks last weekend, I decided I needed to go “home” this weekend.  I needed to be on the “mountain” I first climbed at age 7ish.… Continue reading

A Hike as Sweet as Candy, Percy Peaks – June 15

I felt like a kid in a candy shop on this hike, I loved everything.  I’ve been eyeing this hike since May when I read Nilsen’s description of this hike in 50 Hikes North… Continue reading