Wind and Fire: Tuckerman Inferno 2017
Another Tuckerman Inferno is in the books, with local legend Andrew Drummond claiming his third victory in a row in the Elite Male division. Whitney Withington of Brookline, Mass took home the title for the Elite Female division. Mount Washington Valley powerhouse team All Stoved Up and Tucked Out... Read more
ADK Adventure Climbs
By Kevin MacKenzie Winter mountaineering in the Adirondacks is rugged and thrilling. Step off the maintained trails and you have a plethora of options, whether you’re bushwhacking, technical ice climbing or climbing the mega-slides of the High Peaks. Most people consider the Gothics’ North Face to be the classic... Read more
Majka Burhardt, Adventure Philanthropist
By Ian Ferguson Photos by Gabe Rogel From African alpine jungles to frozen waterfalls in New England, climber Majka Burhardt is comfortable on any vertical terrain. Now she’s using her skills to protect an ecosystem and the people who depend on it. Majka Burhardt was in her element leading... Read more
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
Outlook Photo Gallery: Summer 2016
White Mountain Gnar
Attitash and Mt. Washington Valley Mountain Biking By Ian Ferguson Photos by Austin Perry New England isn’t known for its mountain biking. The loamy Northwest, the alpine meadows of the Rockies and the slickrock trails of the Southwest hold more appeal for the general mountain biking public. But for... Read more