Unlocking the White Room
New Hampshire backcountry skiers are following Vermont’s lead and building more glades in hopes of more powder days like the one in the above photo, taken last December in Vermont. Photo by Brooks Curran. By Ian Ferguson New Hampshire has more skiable terrain above treeline than any other state... Read more
Rumney’s Final Frontier
Preserving access for rock climbers at Rumney UPDATE: For a limited time, AMC will match donations to help the Rumney Climbers Association reach its goal to preserve land at Rumney. Go to climbrumney.com for details. By Erik Thatcher IT WAS 1994 and the rapidly developing cliffs on the side... Read more
Remote Slab Rock Climbing Areas of the White Mountains
Climb the slabs less traveled By David Lottman When most Northeast climbers think of slab climbing, they think of iconic Whitehorse Ledge. This 900-foot high cliff, only minutes from downtown North Conway, N.H., boasts dozens of high quality friction routes and sees a tremendous amount of traffic from early... Read more