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Tag Archives: Ice Climbing NH

Getting my system dialed.

Variety is the spice of life they say. Well I am no expert on life’s seasoning but I do know a little about livin’. In the past two weeks I have had a plethora of variety; roofing on icy mornings, falling off a roof, ski guiding, guiding ice, snow science workshop, cutting down and trimming [...]

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November on Mt Washington

November on Mt Washington can be just about anything. I just returned from three days staying at Hermit Lake shelter and climbing. Mt Washington is by far the best mountaineering destination in NH and is really only rivaled by Mt Katadin in Maine in the North East. The great thing about Mt Washington is one [...]

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Moments in the Week

Repentence This past week the ice climbing has been simply put, Great.  The snow pack is building with frequent storms and the temps are staying cold creating a good situation for the ice to continue to build.  I have had the chance to ice climb a little bit of everything this past week.  The highlights [...]

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The Coldest day of the Year.

The coldest day of the year has been January 1, 2009. It is not hard to hold a record three days into the new year but I thought it was a great way to start a new year with temps below zero. I was scheduled to be guiding Michael and Brian Sands on an alpine [...]

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