Winter Hiking Guide

As the autumn hiking season starts to give way to winter it becomes important to adjust our equipment list to tackle the new challenges. Personally I love hiking in the winter and I am always happy to see more people give it a try because it can truly be a unique and fun experience. However, unlike warm weather hiking, the […]

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TRIP REPORT: Dix Range in One Day – Adirondacks, NY 6-27-15

Hiking stats at a glance: Trailhead: Elk Lake Miles Round Trip: ~17 Elevation Gain: ~5,500 ft Total Time: ~8.5hrs Hike Highlights: Dix (4,857 ft), Macomb (4,405 ft), Hough (4,400 ft), South Dix (Carson Peak) (4,060 ft), Grace Peak (East Dix) (4,012 ft)   This post dated trip report covers a trip that occurred prior to the creation of this blog. Since I am writing this […]

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TRIP REPORT: Ramapo Torne / Seven Hills Loop via Reeves Meadow – Harriman State Park, NY 9-10-16

Hiking stats at a glance: Trailhead: Reeves Meadow Visitor Center Miles Round Trip: 6.55 Elevation Gain: ~1019 Total Time: 2.5 hours Weather: ~90 Degrees with approximately 1,000,000 % humidity   I happened to have a free Saturday afternoon so I thought it would be a good day to head over to Harriman State Park and explore another hike in the area that […]

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