Hiking Lists


There are bragging rights associated with completing a hiking list, but I use lists to broaden my experiences. The reason many of these lists exist was to get people to less popular locations. I doubt I would have hiked many of the mountains that I have if it weren’t for lists.

Adirondack 46 High Peaks

Belknap Range Hiker

Catskill 3500 Club

52 with a View

4K Every Day

New England 50 Finest

New England 4000 Footers

New England Hundred Highest

New Hampshire Fire Tower Quest

New Hampshire 4000 Footers

New Hampshire Hundred Highest

Northeast 115

Northeast Ultra 8

Red-lining the White Mountains

State High Points

Terrifying 25

The Grid

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