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    Intro to Mountaineering

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    If you're a fan of the outdoors, then this mountaineering trip to climb Twin Mountain is right up your alley! You'll start at the base camp on Twin Mountain and drive to a climbing area, where you'll have a short hike in. Once you find a snowy hill, you'll begin your climbing lessons. Learn crampon and self arrest techniques through hands-on experience. Your qualified instructors will make sure that you know about avalanche safety, crampon techniques, rope travel, and the fundamentals of self arrest. If conditions permit, you'll even have a chance to do some glissading before leaving! So get ready to conquer the great outdoors!
    Intro to Mountaineering

    86 Glenallen St, Winchendon

    • Practice the basics of mountaineering while climbing Twin Mountain
    • Enjoy views of beautiful Crawford Notch as you climb up a snowy hill
    • Execute crampon and self arrest techniques under the guidance of a certified instructor
    • Learn about avalanche safety and rope travel
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    Alpine Gullies Ice Climbing

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    There is a monster hiding in the New Hampshire mountains -- the Frankenstein Cliff -- and it will push you to your ice climbing limit! Frankenstein Cliff is just one of the treks from which you can choose. You'll also have the options of Mt. Webster, Mt. Willard, Willey’s Slide and others to create your own adventure and design the trek that fits your skills. But note that the Alpine gullies are a challenge, so it is preferred that you have prior experience. You'll build your survival skills, as well as your ice and mountain climbing chops. Through hands-on experience, your instructors will give you tips on footwork and ice-reading in order to help you avoid dangerous situations. But once you've conquered the Gullies, you'll feel on top of the world!
    Alpine Gullies Ice Climbing

    86 Glenallen St, Winchendon

    • Choose your own trek to conquer in the challenging Alpine Gullies
    • Test your previous ice mountain experience in a new area with the help of experienced instructors
    • Practice the footwork and tool usage of your ice climbing and mountaineering skills
    • Feel the adrenaline rush of victory once you've conquered one of these New Hampshire mountains
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    Hike Mount Washington

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    Are you looking for a real mountain climbing challenge? Mt. Washington is known as "Home of the World's Worst Weather," and for good reason. It's common for winter wind speeds to hit 100+ mph! During this hike, you'll start by climbing up the Tuckerman Ravine trail, during which you'll get your hearts pumping before the real workout begins. Once you get to a .5 mile section of steep terrain, that's when you'll break out the ice axes and crampons to put your skills to the test. The reward will be great, however! At the top of the terrain you'll get amazing views of the White Mountains and the iconic Tuckerman Ravine. Don't forget your camera for a moment like this! Then your final push will be to the top of New England, the 6,288-foot Mt. Washington summit. Successful climbers will get a photo opportunity at the top -- proof that you've conquered the home of the world's worst weather!
    Hike Mount Washington

    86 Glenallen St, Winchendon

    • Climb the challenging Mount Washington, which is known for its dangerously bad weather
    • Develop your crampon and ice axe techniques as you climb
    • Enjoy incredible views of the White Mountains and Tuckerman Ravine
    • Feel the victory of conquering the home of the world's worst weather
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