Matt Wojciak Previews Our Upcoming Attempt Of The Infamous Pemi Loop

Matt and I are finally linking up for a hike this summer, and to make it even better Colleen is coming too. The three of us are going for a three-day hike through New Hampshire’s Pemigewasset Wilderness on one of the most challenging, albeit gorgeous, hikes in New England.

Matt Wojciak’s Trip to Vermont, Part 2

Matt returns to finish what he started in his first Livin’ Deliberately post (found here) with the story of his multi-day backpacking trip through the Green Mountains of Vermont It’s taken me longer to sit down and write this than I’d have preferred, but the story to tell about this trip is not quite positive…

Four Days on the Appalachian Trail: Gulf Hagas to Abol Bridge

I’ve come up with some pretty crazy ideas in my head for different adventures. Most never come to fruition, some end up drastically altered for safety, money, or time constraints, and some take a lot of time to come true so we’ll see how they turn out. My latest might’ve been one of the most…

Acadia National Park

Do you know how many National Parks there are within 500 miles of Maine? One. The answer is one. We went there last weekend, so you don’t have to.

Peaks Island

One of those things that are right in our backyard that we just haven’t gotten around to doing, Peaks Island is one of the many things on our adventure list. We finally got around to it a few weeks ago. 

WTF (Willey, Tom, Field)

Let’s get one thing straight. Winter hiking sucks. Whoever says any different is a liar. Sure, the quiet solitude that winter provides is awesome. But at what cost? Everything is cold. Everything is slippery, no matter how sharp your crampons. Everything gets wet because snow is actually just water apparently. Camera equipment is constantly in…

Retroactive Katahdin Post and A Free Lesson on Pamola!

First off, let me say, that if you’re physically able and you haven’t yet climbed up Mount Katahdin, then it’s fair to say you don’t know nothin’ about anything. Mount Katahdin is everything there is to know about Maine, mountain climbing, yourself, everything. If I had one climb to convince someone to get into hiking…