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Rick S.


Westborough, MA

Member since:

July 12, 2014

What is your experience with the NH 4000-footers: How many have you hiked, which have been your favorites, what were your biggest challenges?

I have climbed mt. Washington, mt. Adams, mt. Munroe, mt.Jefferson, mt.madison, etc. Mt.Jefferson was the quietest and most peaceful summit and climb. One of the most difficult was mt.Madison due to inclement weather and the frustration of having to turn around and try again the very next day.

What are your hiking goals?

I would love to enjoy the climb as well as the scenery and talk to other interesting people.

Do you hike all seasons?


What hikes would you like to see posted?

I enjoy the hikes scattered throughout the Maine and new Hampshire areas.

Are you interested in leading your own hikes or events?



Hi my name is Rick, and I heard through my daughter pictured that this is one of the most beautiful hikes. I work at a garden nursery professionally, and we love hiking together.

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