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Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2009’ Gets a Facelift

Eastern Mountain Sports launched their new website today. While not a drastic change in terms of branding or overall aesthetics, they did streamline the site and improve upon its navigation and usability.

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Dean Potter’s Record Setting BASE Jump

From 9,000 vertical feet. With a flight time of just about 3 minutes. Landing almost 6 kilometers away. Dean Potter continues to push the boundaries of BASE jumping and seems to be flirting with the realm of human flight.

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Climbing New Hampshire's 48 4,000 Footers for Charity

Attempting to summit all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4,000 foot peaks comes with its own rewards. Along the way you visit little-known sections of the White Mountains and take in some of the most spectacular views in the North East.

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Chubb River, Adirondack Paddle

The Chubb River has always been a bit of an Adirondack landmark for us. Reaching it signaled that we were close to finishing our Northville Placid thru-hikes. However, we recently had the opportunity to enjoy the river in another way.

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REI Responds to SIGG BPA Issues

The fallout continues for SIGG. Amidst reports that their water bottle liners included the controversial chemical BPA (bisphenol A), some outdoor vendors are pulling the bottles from their inventories.

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Giant Mountain NY

Giant Mountain, Day Hike in the Adirondacks

I’ve driven by the trailhead more times than I can count, yet never stopped to actually climb Giant Mountain. With such an accessible trail, I was saving it for a time when my schedule was less flexible.

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