Hikerchick located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I've completed the NH48 and am working on round 2 of the list. My plans are to hike the Cohos Trail in northern New Hampshire in 2018.
"The mountains will always be there." You hear this phrase tumble over the lips of fellow hikers when admitting defeat. And nobody likes to say it,
A wise man once said wilderness is a necessity. Go outside and breathe the pine-scented air, listen to a babbling brook, or feel leaves crunch under
Today is International Women's Day and it seems fitting that I write about something that has been on my mind for some time now: what it feels like
Facing my fears Let me begin by saying I hate wind. I don't like hiking in it, I don't feel comfortable setting out on open trails in it, and even
In The Beginning... I'm a planner; a list-making, ultra-organized, calendar-keeping, goal-setter. Planning for something is all part of the fun for
Living with Pain and Not Giving Up We put our faith in our doctor's ability to fix us when we are hurt, but what happens when they can't fix you?
Reflections... “This strangely still pause between summer and autumn, greenery and gold, and the heat and rising wind that is
We've all read the words thousands of times while perusing the various blogs put out by fellow hikers. They ring in my ears when I'm being passed by
Hikers are a unique breed. They come in many forms and from many different backgrounds. There are day hikers, and overnight backpackers, thru
So, What's Next? You have to learn to crawl before you can learn to walk, and you have to learn to walk before you can run. There's an order to