Featured Trips

Feb 22, 2018
Feb 21, 2018
Horse back riding into the jungle! A fantastic ride, thanks, Michelle!
Looking for Scarlet Macaws out of Red Bank, Belize. (Unedited Track)
Feb 18, 2018
A fine mountain on a very fine day. Barebooted to the top of Bambi Lane from Kennebago Road in Franklin, then broke trail in 1-2 feet of snow all the way up (except for the snowmobile road + short track up higher, which were groomed or snowmobile-tracked). Thank Goodness for a strong team of four of us, who rotated through the work: Tim, Chris, Doug, and myself. Thank you to the residents of Bambi Lane for access from this side of the mountain! This hike brought our three-day Eustis excursion to an end, successful in hiking our planned five of six New England 100 Highest peaks in the area. The body is worn and tired, but the spirit is grateful and happy. I'll be back next year to get the sixth (Snow Mountain - Chain of Ponds) and nearby Elephant Mountain. Thanks to Pam and Tim for coordinating and leading a great excursion. (Note: beginning of track is erratic since I'd started hiking right after turning the Garmin unit on. The track starts where where we parked and started up.)
Feb 19, 2018
One of the top few toughest "short" hikes I've ever experienced. But this was the right day for it. 10 people strong (plus two more for the NKD/WC ridge) broke out a solid track to bag these three peaks near and along the Canadian border with Maine. Snowshoes all the way, in anywhere between 1 to 3 feet of snow. So fortunate to have been with such a great group of strong hikers, all of them. The trail breaking, the bushwhacking, the wind-swept clearings, hiking out in the dark - all of it was a great challenge, with great reward. Thank you Pam, Tim, Jess, Jessica, Ron, Chris, Doug, Ryan, Yvonne, Deb, and Charlie!
Set up camp at Oak Ridge Campsite. Ate Rama Bomb.
Feb 18, 2018
Feb 18, 2018
Feb 18, 2018