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

A Walk on the Wild Side, No It’s the Slide Brook Trail – June 9

We enjoy walking the Presidential Rail Trail out to Cherry Pond for the majestic views it offers. On Sunday morning we decided to use the Slide Brook Trail to meet up with the rail trail.… Continue reading

Swarmed – Victor Head Cliff (June 8, 2013)

A bit of a cloudy day on Saturday, but if it isn’t going to downpour on us, might as well get out and hike.  Mike quickly looked through our new favorite hiking book,… Continue reading

Mt. Agassiz – June 2

Sundays in the White Mountains are about finding that short hike.  We have a four hour drive home on Sundays so a shorter hike, gets us out of New Hampshire at a decent… Continue reading

Middle Sugarloaf – June 1st

The universe hasn’t liked us this week, so we knew to keep this a simple hike, in case more trouble was ahead for us. We agreed to much couldn’t go wrong if we… Continue reading

Arethusa Falls (May 5, 2013)

We have a friend, Eric who chases waterfalls.  He chases them in Kauai these days.  Eric is a hiker and a serious one at that.  He loves to hike so much, he started… Continue reading

A Birthday Wish on Imp Face (May 4, 2013)

Today was on of my sister’s birthday.  It was a big day for her and where was I? Not with her, but somewhere that was dear to her heart.  Don’t worry I’m not… Continue reading

Mud, Snow and Sun-A Perfect Day for Starr-King (April 27, 2013)

We narrowed down our list to three viewing spots, Imp Face, Doubleheads or Starr-King.  Well (and I mean that literally), we were in need of water for the house and Mt. Starr King… Continue reading

There’s Gold in Them There Hills – David Dana Forest (August 21, 2013)

Who knew that the White Mountains once had an active gold mine?  Ok, active as in 1800’s and closed in 1885, but none the less, there is gold in the hills. Though the… Continue reading

Blood, Tears and a few F-bombs, a hike up Mt. Crescent (April 18, 2013)

Our morning started off like any other morning we have in the White Mountains, debating what to hike for the day.  Mike suggested Imp Face, I suggested Mt. Crescent.  I was leery of … Continue reading