Entries by NEice Admin

Harvard Cabin Report 3-17-16

March 17, 2016 Harvard Cabin Mountaineers, Happy St. Paddy’s Day! In celebration, The white mountains have been turned green! But, don’t worry, there is still plenty of skiing and climbing to be had before we let all the ice fall down. Sure, it’s been raining like the Emerald Isle, but with what little luck we […]

Blue Lines 2

New Ice Climbing Guide for the Adirondacks in the Works. The guide is scheduled to be available for the Fall of 2016. As the final touches of the new Ice Climbing Guide nears completion, a few photos are needed. Here is the list of areas where overall cliff photos are needed (with ice if possible). Photos wanted […]

Harvard Cabin Report 3-3-16

March 3, 2016 The Harvard Cabin, Huntington Ravine, Mt. Washington NH Harvard Cabin Mountaineers, How’s everybody doing? I’m sure you’re all equally as frustrated with the yoyo-like weather we’ve been dealing with here in eastern North America. It seems like there have been more storms in Texas this winter then here in New Hampshire. No, […]

The Ala Archa Eco-Leader Project

Spreading New England Outdoor Ethics to Kyrgyzstan The Ala Archa Eco-Leader Project As climbers, most of us are shaped by the history, ethics, and geography of a few special places in the climbing world. We are proud of learning to climb on runout North Carolina slabs, placing pro for the first time on sandbagged Poke-o-Moonshine […]

Solo at The Lake

UP! Solo climbs the Last Gentleman, Promenade and China Shop on a sunny day in January. “The Lake” always delivers. A birds eye view of “The Lake” and The Last Gentleman amphitheater, like you have never seen before! – View Full Screen for the best experience Video, editing and flying by Doug Millen

The Robert and Miriam Underhill Award 2016

January 15, 2016, Golden, CO—The American Alpine Club (AAC) announced its 2016 award recipients. Every year the AAC recognizes outstanding achievements in conservation, climbing, and service to the climbing community. This year the awards were presented during the AAC’s Annual Benefit Dinner weekend, February 26–27, 2016, in Washington, D.C. Local Northeast Hard Man Kevin Mahoney was […]


  A great article from local New Hampshire guide, Peter Doucette of Mountain Sense Guides on how to manage ice fall during climbing. “Getting pummeled by ice takes the fun out of ice climbing. Whether the falling ice is generated by another climber or is a spontaneous event, the consequences of being hit are usually the same. Alongside […]

Harvard Cabin Conditions Report 2-12-16

Harvard Cabin Mountaineers, Hope life finds all of you well. Thanks to all of those who visited the Harvard Cabin Table at the 2016 Mount Washington Valley Ice Fest. Once again, the organizers have put on a world class ice climbing festival. No surprise, given the fact that this is the land where this whole […]