The Traveler stands on the north side of the park, far from the crowds and hubbub of the southern half of the Park. It has no attention-grabbing features like storm gods or “Knife Edge” sections or flatlanders asking where the gift shop is, but I’m here to spread the good word that it deserves your attention. I know because, of course, I climbed it.
I’ll tell you a hiking story, but not one like the others.
A year-long quest to climb the third tallest mountain in North America.
The youngest Neville to ever climb Katahdin, my 10-year old sister Sophia recaps our most recent jaunt up the big hill.
Thoughts on long, hard walks and the ability to put one foot in front of the other over and over again.
The very first thing we did after moving to Vermont was let out a big, long, breath.
A long and epic road trip through the Northeast United States and Canada.
We drove about as far east as you can go for a night of camping on the ocean in one of Maine’s best hidden gems.
It’s been a whirlwind of a month, here’s a brief summary of our short time on the island so far.
Pre-LivinDeliberately Trip Reports and Memories! The first installment takes us as far south as you can go in the U.S., the Florida Keys.
A new hobby requires a new (and too honest) examination on why I do it. This time, it’s climbing.
A trip along the southern end of the vaunted Presidential Range in The White Mountains National Forest.