Tagged: hiking

The Joys of Hammocking

Gently rocking back and forth. Relaxing to the sounds of nature. For many of us hammocking is where it is at. I like to hammock because it’s lighter than a tent, more comfortable to...

Hiking Through History: New England

Maybe I’m old school, but I enjoy a good book. One printed on paper, not reading off a computer or tablet. When it comes to guide books for my outdoor adventures I often turn...

Local Trails: Paugussett State Forest Zoar Trail

The Connecticut Forest and Park Association has over 825 miles of Blue-Blazed trails in 96 towns. The problem isn’t usually finding a trail to hike, it’s choosing which one to do. Having very little...

New Hampshire’s 52 With a View

52 With a View Sandwich Mountain Waterville Valley 3,980′  Trip Report Mt. Webster  Bean’s Grant  3,910′ Mt. Starr King  Jefferson  3,907′ The Horn  Kilkenny  3,905′ Shelburne Moriah Mountain  Shelburne  3,735′ Sugarloaf  Stratford  3,710′ North...

Cleaning Your Hiking Boots

I use to wear the mud on my hiking boots as a badge of honor. It was kind of like taking each adventure with me on the next. I might brush them off a...