Journey with me around Maine, New England and beyond… hiking, hut-to-hut trekking, sea kayaking, camping and more, as I review some of my columns from the PPH/MST Outdoors from 2013.
Your weekend needs a little fresh air. Grab a friend or family and get over to Bradbury Mountain. It’s local and has quite a view. You’ll even have time left in the day! And a reason to celebrate with a beer.
With winter snow approaching, an elderly farmer asked for a favor. I also learn a lesson in how to make myself sound more manly.
My family does a lot of hiking and we have visited some amazing mountain tops. These places require some effort – some more than others – to get to the view. To tantalize your senses, here is a video roundup of some of our favorites.
A hike turned into a muddy mess for one of our hikers and offered some learnings (and re-learnings) for all.
Hikes don’t feel so hard when we have a snack we’re looking forward to eating on the summit. It helps when there is a favorite bakery stop to pick up snacks on drive to trailhead.
See, Sunday River is for skiers…in the winter. But once summahtime rolls in, and all that snow flees to colder climes where it can hang about until December, that mountain becomes an awful nice place for non-skiers to play, too.
We decided to hike The Roost in Evan’s Notch on the Maine side of the White Mountains National Forest. While…