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.
Sophie recaps the 5th Annual Katahdin Family Hike
The youngest Neville to ever climb Katahdin, my 10-year old sister Sophia recaps our most recent jaunt up the big hill.
Matt Wojciak Previews His Upcoming Excursion into Vermont’s Green Mountains
Our very first guest submission on Livin’ Deliberately comes from one of my good friends, Matt Wojciak of New Hampshire. Matt has caught the hiking bug real bad and has spent most of his summer crushing the New Hampshire 4k footer list. Here, he describes his summer and his latest scheme which will take him into Vermont’s…
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…
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…
The Mountain of the People of Maine
A lot of the time when I go off onto an adventure, wherever it may be, the toughest part is describing it. I’ve talked about this before in other posts, so I won’t get into all that again. However, I will say that there is absolutely no better example of this than Katahdin.