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It’s Time For Ice! – Pinnacle Gully’s First Ascent of the Season

Saturday, November 11, 2017 We’ve had a group text message going for about 3 weeks now between my buddies Zac (Instagram), Billy (Instagram), and myself. “Think it’s in yet?” “It’s cold enough right?” “lets get it boys!”. The objective was to be the first party to climb Pinnacle Gully in Mount Washington’s Huntington Ravine in…

Video: 2 Minutes of Stoke! – Winter Climbing in the Northeast

Can you tell I’m excited about the upcoming winter climbing and hiking season here in the North East? It might be fall outside but that won’t stop me from reminiscing about last winter’s epic adventures. This video is a compilation of some memorable moments over the past couple of years. We’re only about a month…

Climbing Into The Darkness – A Night Climb of Pinnacle Gully

March 17, 2017 With ice season coming to a close here in the North East. Brent (www.brentdoscher.com) and I made the irresponsible decision to scramble and go for an evening ascent of Pinnacle Gully on Mount Washington. This decision was made in part to the forecast being extremely calm for Mount Washington. Temperatures around zero,…

What Drives You To The Mountains?

We all go to the mountains for different reasons. Whether you’re seeking a spiritual connection, trying to stay in shape, coping with the stresses of every day life, escaping your mundane desk job, recovering from a physical or mental injury, seeking adventure, or simply just want to push yourself to the physical limits to dig…