Lessons Learned from my First Two Hiking Trips on Ridjit
Planning on hiking with a group? Read about these lessons adventurer Laura gleaned from several trips she took on the Ridj-it platform!
The Greatest Fear
Ridj-it Adventurer Gillian shares her experience of facing the greatest fear when hiking Mt. Mansfield during the winter. She recounts how a
The Yellow Poncho and Mt. Hancock
Everyone who stays for the fun in the White Mountains eventually does a winter hike. There can be a lot of apprehension before this hike, or
Hiking for Weekday Adventurers
A native of the Boston area and an avid outdoorsman, being outside has been important to Liam Michel ever since he was a kid. He fondly...
Hiking the New Hampshire 48
There’s only one way to join the Four Thousand Footer Club. You don’t have to pay an entrance fee, live in a certain place, or even apply...
Hiking Blue Hills
Blue Hills Reservation is an absolute gem for Boston-based nature lovers, sitting only about 7 miles outside the city in Milton and Canton.
Why Germans Hike More
For six years, I lived in Munich, Germany, and for six years there is one thing I did every spring and summer without fail: I hiked. A lot.
Merging Passions to Change Your Life
If Max DesMarais was a White Mountain, he’d be Bond Cliff. Why? “It isn’t the most popular mountain, it isn’t the easiest to access (nine mi
The Mount Washington Nightmare
I sat crouched down, alone, in the blinding lightning, crashing thunder, and torrential rain on the verge of truly shitting my pants next to
Sunrise Hike Monadnock
Hiking one of Boston’s closest mountains provides a short day trip at only one hour and a half away. There are multiple trails at Mount Mona