Monthly Archives: January 2011

Thinking of winter hiking and just don’t know what to wear?

Examples of what to wear when winter hiking. Continue reading

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Bob and Gordon featured in A.T. JOURNEYS Magazine

Bob Manley and Gordon Dubois are featured in AT Journey’s Magazine along with Bob Manley’s photography. Continue reading

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Breadloaf and Wilson Mountains

This past weekend, January 8th and 9th, we added two more summits to our list of 100 highest.  A more detailed account of our journey will follow shortly.  In the meantime, please enjoy the pictures from our hike by clicking … Continue reading

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The AMC Four Thousand Footer Club Celebrates 50 Years

The AMC Four Thousand Footer Club Celebrates 50 Years Continue reading

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2010 Mt. Washington Solstice Hike

The Mt. Washington winter solstice hike, Dec. 23, 2010 continues our long held tradition of climbing a mountain in the White Mountains of NH on or shortly following the official start of the winter season. Continue reading

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A Winter Climb to the Summit of MT. Abraham, Green Mountains, VT

On a beautiful sunny day in January 2010 Bob and I climbed Mt. Abraham in the Green Mountains of Vermont in our quest to hike the highest 100 in New England in winter. Continue reading

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Solstice Hike, Peak Above the Nubble, NH

At the start of winter, ear-marked by the winter solstice, Bob and Gordon as well as some other committed hikers cilmb a major summit in New Hampshire. In 2009 it was a bush-whack to the Peak Above the Nubble. Continue reading

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