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Indian Head Mountain, NY

Skill Level: 6/10

Shake off this winter's rust with a challenging yet super rewarding climb into the Catskills. Central to the hike are the 500-foot cliffs of Indian Head, a portion of the infamous Devil's Path, 3,000-foot elevation, scenic vistas, and plenty of pine.

Bear Mountain, CT

Skill Level: 4/10

Journey to Connecticut's highest mountain summit. This hike is popular year-round and displays New England's finest morphing scenery. The silent snow becomes luscious, green foliage scattered with mountain laurel, and suddenly before you notice, vibrant yellow, red, and orange leaves sneak into view. Spend the day conquering this 8.1-mile loop or split it up into two and rest at one of the fine campsites along the way. This trek is a great way to get back into backpacking or experience it for the first time!

Breakneck Ridge, NY

Skill Level: 5/10

Up, up and up again to the top of Breakneck Ridge. A hands-on climb up some ragged rocks and boulders to a rugged ridge that offers unforgettable panoramas of the lower Hudson River. Enjoy views of the Shawangunks and the Catskill Mountains from a forgotten fire tower.

Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway, NH

Skill Level: 4/10

The Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail (MSGT) is a nearly 50-mile trail that extends from Mount Monadnock to the summit of Mount Sunapee. This southern New Hampshire getaway traverses rural, hardwood forests, lakes and mountain summits.

Selden Island, CT

Skill Level: 3/10

The most laid-back man-powered adventure out there. What’s more relaxing than kayaking to an island campsite along the Connecticut River?

The Pemi Loop

Skill Level: 6/10

Experience the best of the White Mountain National Forest on this 4-day, 3-night trip of a lifetime. We will traverse ridge-lines and 4,000-ft mountains, while making time for the things that really matter, like lunch and sunsets.

Race Brook Falls to Mount Race

Skill Level: 4/10

There’s a reason this trip is referred to as a “hike of superlatives.” Bounding streams, a series of waterfalls, laurel blooms, and vistas from atop Mount Race make it hard to forget this Berkshire adventure.