{hiking: welch-dickey loop}

Here's another throwback that I'm digging up from the deep, dark crevasses of my brain. I did Welch-Dickey back in September 2018. I wanted a short, easy solo hike. Welch-Dickey Loop is approximately four miles, and elevation is 1,751 feet. AllTrails actually categorizes this hike as difficult. However, after reading other people's reviews of the …

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{hiking: the flume gorge}

New Hampshirites... did you know that the Flume Gorge is open in winter for hiking? As a native, I must admit that I have steadfastly avoided essentially all NH tourist traps simply because they're always SO busy. But I was amazed to find out recently that the trails around the Flume are accessible in winter, …

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{amc women’s adventure weekend: part 5, the people}

In a departure from my normal topic, running, I'd like to spend the next few days telling you a bit about a lovely weekend I spent in the Whites with the Appalachian Mountain Club. I participated in an AMC Women's Adventure Weekend - on the docket was 48 hours of kayaking and hiking near Pinkham Notch with like-minded women. …

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{amc women’s adventure weekend: part 4, hiking the tuckerman ravine trail}

In a departure from my normal topic, running, I'd like to spend the next few days telling you a bit about a lovely weekend I spent in the Whites with the Appalachian Mountain Club. I participated in an AMC Women's Adventure Weekend - on the docket was 48 hours of kayaking and hiking near Pinkham Notch with like-minded women. …

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