Teton and friend Chris tackle New England's supreme mountaineering challenge - the Presidential Traverse. This 17.37 mile, day hike trek, crosses New Hampshires most exposed and highest summits. Find out what it takes, and learn the 10 things you-need-to-know to accomplish this adventurous challenge.
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The Wild Outsiders head to the Pemigewasset Wilderness in the White Mountains to top off a few of the remaining 48 4,000 footers. They enjoy a three day, deep wilderness snowshoeing adventure through the wintery wild heart of the Whites, learning along the way, that plans must adapt with the conditions...
With five days off for Thanksgiving, The Wild Outsiders head to the White Mountains to bag some peaks. Utilizing their car as basecamp they tackle eight more of the 48 4,000 footers, and whip up one hell of a backpackers' Thanksgiving.
In celebration of their friend's birthday, Moose and Teton travel to the White Mountains to tackle a few peaks. A beautiful and varying two-day excursion in the White Mountain's vast Pemigewasset Wilderness, accompanied by friends Twirls, Fin, and Soul Man.
Moose and Teton find their way to the top of three 4,000 footers in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The Wild Outsiders take Teton's Parents Grey Wolf and Timber on one of the most beautiful hikes in all of New Hampshire's White Mountains.
A March ascent of the world's deadliest small mountain: Moose and Teton overnight on the mountain side and rendezvous with friends Twirls, Fin, and Alpine to climb Mt. Washington, home of the world's worst weather.
Eager to get outside, The Wild Outsiders link up with trail friend, Twirls, and good pal, Fin, to bag some peaks in the White Mountains. The team set their eyes on the Osceolas, two peaks in the Sandwich Range. With heavy snowfall, they posthole their way up one mountain and then discover the fun of winter descents.
Teton and Moose start the year off right: with adventure! They bundle up and head to the White Mountains to tackle one of their favorite spots from the A.T., Franconia Ridge. This 9 mile ridge line winter hike will make you feel like you have stepped foot on another planet.