7 comments on “Why I Climb, and Why You Should Too

  1. When I am in Maine again, I would LOVE to on a hike with both of you. It’s been a long time since I’ve hiked in New England.

  2. Hey Beau,

    Great article and you guys have an amazing blog. You should have tons of followers…Anyway do you guys do any begginer training for hikes or smaller mountain hikes?

    Keep on climbing,


  3. Thank you Donna. At this moment we do have very personalized training services but no specific program for hiking yet. I have been taking more ambitious hikers into the White mountains lately. We do plan to hold some small group hikes in the spring for beginners who want to experience the numerous physical and mental benefits of hiking. If you’re in the area, please join us. We will post the dates in advance.

  4. Hi Guys,
    I’d really like to do this. As with Donna I’m a beginner. Only climbed Bradbury, Douglas and Pleasant Mtn. and that was a really long time ago. I’ll keep checking for the dates. How about it Colleen and Julie, you in for the climb? Thanks, Liz

  5. I value many of those same things through my hiking. I particularly enjoy winter hiking (and camping), which is a great new edge to explore. I lead trips for AMC as a volunteer in Maine; maybe we can partner on an intro hike sometime. AMC Maine is sponsoring an intro to winter hiking workshop this Wednesday the 9th at the Aubudon Center in Falmouth for anyone interested.

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