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Sunrise won't be visible due to fog and rain this morning, but yesterday was so fantastic we thought we'd share another photo! Pictured is a raven (corvus corax) taking in the views near the Tip Top House yesterday. ... See MoreSee Less

Sunrise wont be visible due to fog and rain this morning, but yesterday was so fantastic we thought wed share another photo! Pictured is a raven (corvus corax) taking in the views near the Tip Top House yesterday.

 

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Enjoying spectacular sunrises should be listed in your benefits package. This is priceless.

Gorgeous!! Never a bad photo from the top of New England!!

Fantastic this certainly is. Thank you. ♡

Beautiful thank you for sharing ❤️

Beautiful!

Beautiful

This is breathtaking

Never gets old 😎

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15 hours ago

Baxter State Park

You can almost hear the loons... ... See MoreSee Less

You can almost hear the loons...

 

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I hope to go back one day and summit again via a different trail. But also want to look at other nearby summits. Baxter is a gorgeous place. I hope it never changes.

I love these views. I was lucky to be up there on a gorgeous fall day recently

Wow ! Look at her giving off her reflections. 💛

Love it I miss that place...

Beautiful place.

Beautiful

Amazing!!

Turn the photo upside down! COOL.

Togue Pond?

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Congrats to the Petra Climbing Teams for competing at @centralrockstoneham over the weekend! 💪
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While climbing is, in most ways, an individual sport, the selfless teamwork between teammates and with competitors is strong. Sharing beta, giving encouragement, being there with smiles and hugs for both successes and failures. This sport truly brings out a display of generosity and graciousness!
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#petracliffs #youthclimbing #climbingteam #harnesstheenergy #futureolympians #climbingrocks #beta #sharingbeta #teamwork USA Climbing
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Congrats to the Petra Climbing Teams for competing at @centralrockstoneham over the weekend! 💪
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While climbing is, in most ways, an individual sport, the selfless teamwork between teammates and with competitors is strong. Sharing beta, giving encouragement, being there with smiles and hugs for both successes and failures. This sport truly brings out a display of generosity and graciousness!
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#petracliffs #youthclimbing #climbingteam #harnesstheenergy #futureolympians #climbingrocks #beta #sharingbeta #teamwork USA ClimbingImage attachment

3 days ago

Alpine Endeavors

The Boss getting the job done on one of the most beautiful of Fall seasons. ... See MoreSee Less

The Boss getting the job done on one of the most beautiful of Fall seasons.Image attachmentImage attachment

1 week ago

Mount Washington Avalanche Center

Meet the speaker:

Frank came to the MWAC in 2011 after a diverse early career supporting his climbing and skiing obsessions by guiding, building things and picking up whatever job would fund another mission (or feed his two kids!)

Frank put his degree in Geography to use guiding climbs and ski mountaineering trips, or taking personal trips to the Alps, Andes, Patagonia and the western States and has worked for most every guide service in the Mount Washington Valley in the process. A summer in the Tetons guiding for Exum Guides broke up the monotony. He has an obvious passion for learning and has taken the AMGA Alpine, Ski and Ski Mountaineering guide courses in addition to being a certified Rock Instructor since 1996. Working vacations take him west to teach technical rope rescue to US Marine climbing instructors through Peak Rescue Institute. Frank is an EMT and has had AIARE and AAI Avalanche course 1, 2 and 3 training. He also enjoys Striped bass fishing from paddleboards, watching the Patriots dominate the NFL, and taking his avalanche dog, Lily, on long mountain patrols.

Register today www.esaw.org

Patagonia American Avalanche AssociationMeet the speaker: Frank came to the MWAC in 2011 after a diverse early career supporting his climbing and skiing obsessions by guiding, building things and picking up whatever job would fund another mission (or feed his two kids!) Frank put his degree in Geography to use guiding climbs and ski mountaineering trips, or taking personal trips to the Alps, Andes, Patagonia and the western States and has worked for most every guide service in the Mount Washington Valley in the process. A summer in the Tetons guiding for Exum Guides broke up the monotony. He has an obvious passion for learning and has taken the AMGA Alpine, Ski and Ski Mountaineering guide courses in addition to being a certified Rock Instructor since 1996. Working vacations take him west to teach technical rope rescue to US Marine climbing instructors through Peak Rescue Institute. Frank is an EMT and has had AIARE and AAI Avalanche course 1, 2 and 3 training. He also enjoys Striped bass fishing from paddleboards, watching the Patriots dominate the NFL, and taking his avalanche dog, Lily, on long mountain patrols. Register today www.esaw.org
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Meet the speaker:

Frank came to the MWAC in 2011 after a diverse early career supporting his climbing and skiing obsessions by guiding, building things and picking up whatever job would fund another mission (or feed his two kids!)

Frank put his degree in Geography to use guiding climbs and ski mountaineering trips, or taking personal trips to the Alps, Andes, Patagonia and the western States and has worked for most every guide service in the Mount Washington Valley in the process. A summer in the Tetons guiding for Exum Guides broke up the monotony. He has an obvious passion for learning and has taken the AMGA Alpine, Ski and Ski Mountaineering guide courses in addition to being a certified Rock Instructor since 1996. Working vacations take him west to teach technical rope rescue to US Marine climbing instructors through Peak Rescue Institute. Frank is an EMT and has had AIARE and AAI Avalanche course 1, 2 and 3 training. He also enjoys Striped bass fishing from paddleboards, watching the Patriots dominate the NFL, and taking his avalanche dog, Lily, on long mountain patrols.

Register today www.esaw.org

Patagonia American Avalanche Association

 

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Frank talked me an my buddy into climbing up Dodges Drop late last winter instead of a pedestrian walk up Left Gully - “That sounds like a nice little climbing objective”

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