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Outdoor Adventures and Wilderness Education for All Ages and Abilities in the White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
Outdoor Adventures and Wilderness Education for All Ages and Abilities in the White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire

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If ever there was an iconic New Hampshire mountain — besides Mt Washington, Mt Lafayette, or Cannon Mtn (Profile) — the 3500-foot Mt Chocorua would fit the bill. After all, anyone and everyone coming up to the mountains on the east side of the state (via…
A Mt Chocorua Wedding
A Mt Chocorua Wedding
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New to our team of guides here at Redline Guiding is Cindy Zhou (pronounced schōh). Cindy comes to us from the city of Shenzhen in the southeastern part of China (see images below). It’s a busy, modern metropolis that links Hong Kong to China’s mainland.…
Cindy Zhou Joins the Team
Cindy Zhou Joins the Team
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The forecast was a bit concerning. On one hand it was your typical summer forecast — hot and humid with scant winds, and a chance of showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon — yet on the other hand the ominous bits were not to be taken…
Fortunate Weather
Fortunate Weather
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We originally had a full class for today’s half-day women’s-only River Crossing Skills course — put on for the NH Women’s Hiking Group (a.k.a. the Purple Army) — but two of the members decided to take our map and compass course instead. That left us with…
River Crossing Class
River Crossing Class
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The rainy weather sure looked interesting. Challenging might be a word to use. Would this even be fun? Our guests — Deborah from New Jersey, and her friend, Jacquie from New York — understandably began to wonder. They wanted it to be fun! We responded…
Backpacking Between Storms
Backpacking Between Storms
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Another successful women’s-only backpacking event happened over the weekend with five ladies going in, including the guide, and five coming out none the worse for the wear. This is our second such weekend this season. So far. The adventure this time began…
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A fellow named Florian from Hamburg, Germany, wanted to see some of our mountains, specifically hoping to visit our high peaks in the process of completing a Madison-to-Jackson (Full) Presidental Range Traverse. Moreover he was hoping to become educated…
Connecting the Huts
Connecting the Huts
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In The Beginning: Where We Have Fire Sometimes it’s nice to have a fire. It can be a source of comfort while keeping the night at bay and warming the soul. And it’ll warm us in other ways, too, from toes to fingers, from gathering the wood to sidling up…
The Backpacker’s Fire
The Backpacker’s Fire
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We love hearning about what our guides do off the clock as well as what they do when working, and we figure you might, too. We try to post their most significant accomplishments here for that reason. Because of this, and being that there are so many…
Hiking the Cohos Trail
Hiking the Cohos Trail
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We had two women’s-only “Camp Like a Champ” backpacking/camp craft events scheduled for this season with the next one coming up the weekend of July 21-22 (sorry, sold out). The first one, however, just happened this past weekend and while it wasn’t full,…
Camp Craft in the Wilds
Camp Craft in the Wilds
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