Hiking
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    Window to the Woods

    Summer Ice Caves | Hiking | Maine Attractions

    Most epic adventures aren't pinpointed and pre-circled for you on the crumpled pages of an old Gazetteer. If it were that easy - epic probably would be tossed around more frequently. My trick for discovering local hidden treasures is by talking to locals. Read on

    Posted: July 21, 2013
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    Mt. Washington Hike | Part II of II: Reaching Angel Falls

    The afternoon sun was warm on our shoulders as we packed up our things at the ranger’s cabin in Tuckerman Ravine. It was time for our sandwiches to kick in and give us the boost we needed to reach the top. Even our lab, packed with enough energy for the entire group, had a snack. Read on

    Posted: July 2, 2013
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    Window to the Woods

    Mt. Washington Hike | Part I of II: Tuckerman Ravine

    We start off for Mt. Washington at a decent hour. Parking near the trailhead is already packed, forcing us to find a spot in the overflow lot. Maybe we should have arrived earlier. Setting out on the trail almost makes you feel claustrophobic. Read on

    Posted: June 28, 2013
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    Hiking

    Hiking: Moose, bear, mosquitoes, oh my!

    We decided to hike The Roost in Evan’s Notch on the Maine side of the White Mountains National Forest. While driving to the Notch we spotted a moose crossing the Saco River. This was the cause of much excitement for all in our car. Shannon, driving her car on this adventure, pulled over to the… Read on

    Posted: June 10, 2013
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    Window to the Woods

    Hiking and Waterfalls in Newry, ME

    Times are busy for everyone, but putting on a plaid shirt and spending some quality outdoor time does the soul some good. Read on

    Posted: May 10, 2013
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    Window to the Woods

    Spring Hiking Destination | Mountainous Views | New Hampshire

    Mt. Major holds amazing views throughout the entire climb if you're looking for a weekend escape. Scenic outlooks are often held for reward at the summit, but this is one mountain hike that doesn't require hours of toil and sweat for only a few fleeting moments of views. Read on

    Posted: April 29, 2013