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Bryan C


Salem, NH
Hometown: Niskayuna, NY

Member since:

August 5, 2013

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've hiked all of the NH 4000-footers. Fave was a pre-dawn hike up Osceola, the day after finishing my NH 4000-footers there, to catch the sunrise from the summit. Biggest challenge is finding people willing to hike the same mtns as me.

What are your hiking goals?

The 6000' + peaks Down South. The 14ers in Colorado. The "Bai Yue" (a specific list of 100 Mountains of Taiwan, all 3000m+). Locally, I'd like to explore bits of the Whites I have not seen much of such as the remote reaches of the Pemi Wilderness. I'd like to repeat some of the peaks I've done but from different approaches.

Do you hike all seasons?

Not really. I've only done a few winter hikes.

What hikes would you like to see posted?

An overnight in the Pemi Wilderness.

Are you interested in leading your own hikes or events?

If I'm finishing a list, sure. Otherwise, not officially.


Just about done with local peak bagging but I sure don't mind repeats!

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