Byline: By TIM JONES

There’s almost always a significant difference in what a “New England Winter” looks like depending on where in New England you happen to live...

After a record-book snowy November, and a record-book snowless December, we are finally settling into the heart of winter with enough snow to play...

How much “snow sense” do you possess? I define snow sense as a general awareness of how snow comes into play in your world and how it might affect...

Getting Christmas gifts for Active Outdoors folks can be a real challenge. If you surprise someone with something they really want and can really...

Mother Nature always has the final say, but if November is any indication of what’s to come, this winter of may be one of the greatest ever for...

I’ve been re-reading Ty Gagne’s superb book “Where You’ll Find Me: Risk, Decisions, and the Last Climb of Kate Matrosova,” about the 2015 death on...

As of this writing, the top of Mount Washington had received 28 inches of snow in the month of October, including 18 inches during a short stretch....

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been recovering from (necessary, minor, routine, mostly just annoying) surgery and have been restricted in my...

One of the things I love most about living and recreating in New England is the ebb and flow of the seasons. I especially love it when summer...

I’d like to ask you three quick questions: First what do like to do outdoors (hike, bike, climb, ski, paddle, camp, fish, surf, forage, etc...

It’s the peak of biking season and chances are you’re seeing cyclists on the road every time you leave the house. Between 15 and 20 million new...

As far as I’m concerned, the glaciers did New England hikers a huge favor when they flowed over our landscape and scraped it down to the bare...

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