Yesterday I climbed Sea of Holes on Whitehorse Ledge with my good friend Benny. As he made the moves past the bolt on the fourth pitch he quickly realized that we would not be doing the original 5.7 finish. The large pine tree that served as the anchor for the end of Sea of Holes … Continue reading PSA: Rappel Tree on Sea of Holes No More
With the arrival of April the Spring skiing (and falling) season has started in Tuckerman Ravine. After watching a couple tumble almost 500 feet down "The Lip" yesterday I thought some advice on fall prevention might be prudent. First tip... Timing The snow conditions in Tuckerman Ravine vary greatly this time of year from day … Continue reading Tech Tip- How Not to Fall while Skiing Tuckerman Ravine
I've been seeing this climb pop up on my social media feeds a few times this season and have been looking for a chance to get up to Dixville Notch and check it out. Today was the day so last night while searching for a partner I connected with my friend AJ. He was planning … Continue reading Trip Report- Parasol Gully, Dixville Notch State Park, 3-6-18
What a great and busy long weekend that was! The weather for the most part was better than forecasted and I got out the last four days for quite the mixed bag of fun. This past Thursday I met up with my friend Alex to shoot some video and pics to go along with an … Continue reading Square Ledge, Waterfall Rappelling, Mount Washington, then back to Square!
This past Wednesday I had the opportunity to introduce four guests of Northeast Mountaineering to the joys of ice climbing. The North End of Cathedral is in great shape for early season climbing and we had a full day climbing on the North End Slab and the Pillars. Yesterday I got out to Frankenstein for … Continue reading Intro to Ice Climbing
This past Monday I headed up to the rockpile again with Virginia/Maryland based Max & Rachel. After gearing up at the Northeast Mountaineering bunkhouse we hit the trail at about 8:15. Following last weeks snow/rain/deep freeze trail conditions were quite nice on the lower Tuckerman Trail. The first "step" on Winter Lionhead had considerable water ice … Continue reading Mount Washington Ascent 12-19-16