The White Mountains in New Hampshire are beautiful! From the peaks, there are sweeping views. Getting there is a challenge.
Sure 4,000-5,000 foot elevation doesn’t sound like a lot. Especially, in comparison to the 14,000 footers in the Rocky Mountains or 29,000 foot of Mt. Everest.
Don’t be fooled. The trails are frequently steep, rocky, cross streams, sometimes are the stream, and very challenging.
It makes the reward of being at the top worth it. Even if there isn’t a view! (Cus, weather.)
I’ve been making my way through all the 48 4000 footers in New Hampshire. There are a few that I swear I will never do again (Adams and Madison) and a few I’d love to do again (Bondcliff- with good weather).
Let me share these mountains with you!
I’m working on putting together a White Mountains Retreat September 3-10 where hiking will be the focus. It won’t be for the faint of heart, as these hikes take 6-10 hours depending on pace, length, and elevation gain. We’ll balance harder hikes with recovery hikes and keep weather in mind.
Details like cost and exact location are not available yet. Right now, I’m gauging interest only.
For one week, a ballpark for pricing would be around $3,000-$5,000 and that would include lodging, food, guides, plus some extras. There may be add-ons such as massages.
Please keep me posted!
Fill out the form below if you are interested in receiving more information about the White Mountains Retreat September 2022. There is no obligation that you must join.