With Christmas less than two weeks away, you might be searching for some inspiration on what to give an adventure loving kid in your family. Check out this Gift Guide I wrote for Trail to Summit Trail to Summit Holiday Gift Guide for Outdoorsy Kids
Life just gets crazy sometimes and we spent another month without going out on a hike. So finally Saturday we were to experience some mild weather so I decided we should head off on a short hike. I had originally planned to head over to Perry Forest to do a monitoring report for the SPNHF… Continue reading Cabot Skyline (Wapack)
I have started writing articles for Trail to Summit and this is my first post on the site. I will continue to add links to the articles I post on Trail to Summit as they are published. Winter Hiking with Young Children
Friday I had off from both my jobs so I decided to head north early in the morning to check off a hike that was sitting on my bucket list for far too long. As I crawled into bed on Thursday I really started debating if I really wanted to drive the two hours or… Continue reading Welch and Dickey- My New Favorite Hike!
The month since our Mount Jackson hike had been rather full with new responsibilities. My Dad and Grandfather had recently reopened our farm stand into a full service store and Aubrey and I had been working our fair share at it over the last couple weeks leaving very little time for hiking like we are… Continue reading Mother-Daughter Camping and Mount Pemi
Now that my legs have stopped killing me I suppose it is time to write up our trip report for our first NH 4,000 foot peak! It was a goal for me to attempt a 4K peak with Aubrey this summer. I had originally planned to hike one while on vacation in July but that… Continue reading #1 Mount Jackson!
Monday featured a partial solar eclipse here in New Hampshire. So I wanted to take Aubrey out to a good viewpoint to experience it. I decided on Monte Rosa a subpeak of Mount Monadnock. It would offer a good hike halfway up Monadnock, without having to deal with the crowds that would flock the summit… Continue reading Solar Eclipse from Monte Rosa