Temperatures in the single digits and teens did not deter us from hiking this out and back to Middle and North Tripyramid Mountains in winter for 37 and 38 of our winter NH 48.
Hiked up to Whiteface and Passaconaway via Blueberry Ledge Trail for numbers 35 and 36 of our winter New Hampshire 48 4,000 footers on an unseasonably warm winter day with blue skies above the clouds.
This hike into the high Sierras of Sequoia National Park makes for a spectacular day of beautiful trails, mountain vistas, and alpine lakes.
This short and relatively easy 2.2 mile hike in Yosemite is extremely rewarding and boasts sweeping views of Yosemite Valley, El Capitan, and Half Dome.
This hike offered one of the best views of our Yosemite trip from a small section of the John Muir Trail looking back at Nevada Falls.
We saved this huge hike of Knife Edge Trail to Mount Katahdin’s Baxter and Hamlin Peaks to finish the New England 67 list of 4,000 footers.
It was a wet hike up to North Brother Mountain in Baxter State Park for our 65th peak of the New England 67.
Two more 4,000 footers in Maine! These peaks in Bigelow Preserve boast outstanding views of the surrounding mountains and Flagstaff Lake.
These three 4,000 footers in Maine are part of the NE67 hiking list. Crocker and South Crocker are along the Appalachian Trail and Mount Redington offers the only “bushwhack” for a 4,000 footer in New England, though it’s an easy herd path to follow.
We summited Killington Peak, our 5th and final VT 4,000 footer on this NOBO Long Trail section from Mad Tom Notch to Inn at Long Trail.