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3 hours ago

Alpinist Magazine

Alpinist Managing Editor Paula Wright is in Washington, DC, today covering the fourth annual Climb the Hill, an event organized by the Access Fund and The American Alpine Club to lobby Congress on a host of issues that are of particular interest to climbers, outdoor enthusiasts and people concerned with public lands.

This photo is of a subcommittee hearing for HR 3458 and HR 3879—the Recreation Not Red Tape Act, and Simplifying Outdoor Access for Recreation (SOAR) Act, respectively—as American Mountain Guides Association Advocacy and Policy Director Matt Wade, third from left, prepares to testify.

At the table with him, from left to right, are: Leah Baker, acting assistant director of resources and planning at the Bureau of Land Management; Chris French, deputy chief of the U.S. Forest Service; Wade; Robin Chiles, director of admissions and outreach for the Bold & Gold program at the YMCA; Matt Baker-White, acting director of Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions; and David Brown, senior consultant for America Outdoors Association.

[Photo] Paula Wright

For more information about Climb the Hill and these bills, go to Alpinist.com: www.alpinist.com/doc/web19c/newswire-2019-climb-the-hill-preview
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Alpinist Managing Editor Paula Wright is in Washington, DC, today covering the fourth annual Climb the Hill, an event organized by the Access Fund and The American Alpine Club to lobby Congress on a host of issues that are of particular interest to climbers, outdoor enthusiasts and people concerned with public lands. 

This photo is of a subcommittee hearing for HR 3458 and HR 3879—the Recreation Not Red Tape Act, and Simplifying Outdoor Access for Recreation (SOAR) Act, respectively—as American Mountain Guides Association Advocacy and Policy Director Matt Wade, third from left, prepares to testify. 

At the table with him, from left to right, are: Leah Baker, acting assistant director of resources and planning at the Bureau of Land Management; Chris French, deputy chief of the U.S. Forest Service; Wade; Robin Chiles, director of admissions and outreach for the Bold & Gold program at the YMCA; Matt Baker-White, acting director of Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions; and David Brown, senior consultant for America Outdoors Association.

[Photo] Paula Wright

For more information about Climb the Hill and these bills, go to Alpinist.com: http://www.alpinist.com/doc/web19c/newswire-2019-climb-the-hill-preview

A beautiful start to what should be a beautiful day around New England. Currently we are at 44F with nearly calm winds. Looking at neighboring valley locations, we are currently the "hot" spot in northern NH this morning as most are reporting temperatures in the 30's. As for what the rest of the day will be like, head to www.mountwashington.org/experience-the-weather/higher-summit-forecast.aspx ... See MoreSee Less

A beautiful start to what should be a beautiful day around New England. Currently we are at 44F with nearly calm winds. Looking at neighboring valley locations, we are currently the hot spot in northern NH this morning as most are reporting temperatures in the 30s. As for what the rest of the day will be like, head to https://www.mountwashington.org/experience-the-weather/higher-summit-forecast.aspx

 

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Beautiful!!! Love the top of mt Washington!!!

I can't believe how clear it is today! The visibility is amazing, wish I was there!

So beautiful!!! Good day to hike it

Going to be a great day looking forward 🌞🌞

I will be there this afternoon..

Very nice! What a great view to start your day

You guys are warmer than Keene!!!

Love the cool fall days .. going to be turning colors up there soon

Hard frost on the pumpkins in Danville VT this morning 🍁🔥

Nice view for the moment... just wait a few days and you can shovel ALL you want....

Beautiful sunrise.

Mount W clearly outlined in sunset last night and many nights from our window😄we will wave to you💕

you are like the warmest spot for sure wow!!!!!!

31 in Lyndonville this morning!

38 in Nashua. Happy day☀️

Lovely!

Nice morning pic still hi 7os here in morning in Orlando area.

Hot spot ! Enjoy. Nice fog in the Ammonoosuc valley. 42°

37 degrees in Oquossoc this morning!

47 and clear in Kinnelon NJ this morning.

Look at you all toasty warm with your thermal inversion 😎

Perfect. Can't wait .

It was 37 in Moultonborough this morning. Cold air sinks as it comes off the Ossipees.

40F in Framingham this morning!

Breathtaking

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4 days ago

Mount Washington Avalanche Center

Thank you for your support REI, Tuckerman Brewing Company, and Friends of Tuckerman Ravine!We are so excited to announce that our limited edition collaboration beer with REI is now available in the tasting room, your local retailer and restaurant! Snow Ranger is a refreshing Belgian White ale spiced with coriander and orange peel. This beer was brewed in celebration of REI North Conway Grand Opening event and in honor of Mt. Washington Avalanche Center's Snow Rangers! 10% of sales from this beer go to Friends of Tuckerman Ravine. Grab a can or pint tonight and give a toast to your local Snow Ranger! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you for your support REI, Tuckerman Brewing Company, and Friends of Tuckerman Ravine!

7 days ago

Baxter State Park

While you're visiting the Park this September, come see the incredible artwork our visiting artist, Hunter Law is creating.

Hunter is a rising, young artist now living in Bangor, Maine. Hunter grew up in the small rural communities of Monson and Dover-Foxcroft. He studied studio art at the University of Maine in Orono, is an avid outdoorsman, and paints acrylic landscapes showcasing the natural beauty of Maine.

This Saturday, he will be sharing his knowledge with visitors and have you paint along with him! All material to paint your own nature landscape will be provided. This program takes place at 5pm at the Kidney Pond Library.

Hunter will have two open studios during his residency. Stop by the Kidney Pond Library any time between 1pm and 4pm on September 19th to view his work. He will have another open studio on September 20th from 10am-1pm at the Millinocket Memorial Library.

We hope to see you there!
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While youre visiting the Park this September, come see the incredible artwork our visiting artist, Hunter Law is creating.

Hunter is a rising, young artist now living in Bangor, Maine. Hunter grew up in the small rural communities of Monson and Dover-Foxcroft. He studied studio art at the University of Maine in Orono, is an avid outdoorsman, and paints acrylic landscapes showcasing the natural beauty of Maine.

This Saturday, he will be sharing his knowledge with visitors and have you paint along with him! All material to paint your own nature landscape will be provided. This program takes place at 5pm at the Kidney Pond Library.

Hunter will have two open studios during his residency. Stop by the Kidney Pond Library any time between 1pm and 4pm on September 19th to view his work. He will have another open studio on September 20th from 10am-1pm at the Millinocket Memorial Library.

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Love your work!

Oh how I wish I lived closer

Love them

Will he be doing anything in October?

Rebecca Pease

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