NOTE - Harvard Cabin is not affiliated with the Appalachian Mountain Club. Harvard Cabin is maintained by Harvard Mountaineering Club for use by the general public. The cabin is operated under a special-use permit granted by the USDA Forest Service. Cabin space and tent-sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis between December 1st and April 1st each year. Specific instructions for staying at the cabin can be found online at http://www.HarvardMountaineering.org

  The Smuggs Ice Bash in Smugglers Notch VT was too much fun! It gets bigger and better every year. So let's get right down to it. Friday night's Kick-off Party and Dry Tool Competition at Petra Cliffs was a blast. DJ Kanganade was...

First Dates.  We've all had them - those initial encounters with someone.  Usually it's awkward, you're trying too hard to look cool, you don't know if offering to pay for the meal is chivalry or chauvinism, and you have...

Well things are shaping up, again. It has been two weeks since the major melt down and the ice climbs are forming and there is plenty of great climbing.  We now have more ice to climb than before the...

Mount Webster, Crawford Notch NH "The line runs right up the obvious overhanging face, although it isn't the diagonaling crack. On the right side of the face is a straight-up-and-down crack. The ice at the start is obscured as well....

I had been eying the route since before the rockfall and I know that John Sykes gave it a good attempt in the huge year when the upper smear came all the way down over the bottom roof. A...

Peter Doucette &  Michael Wejchert refusing to give up winter! " The alarm went off at 5:30 a.m. "UNNGH!!!!" Staggering downstairs, I pushed aside empty PBR cans and groped for the french press. The high school themed party (I never thought I'd dress...

There is a beast lurking in Crawford Notch... It has razor sharp teeth, scythe-like claws, a tail longer than it's body, and it's a mean mother$%#&er!!!! It is Frankenstein's Monster, and it is wreaking havoc upon unsuspecting gumbies and seasoned hardmen...

By Courtney Ley As we know in the climbing world, one woman's Grade V is another woman's Grade II. We try to define the difficulty of the route, the time it takes to climb it and level of commitment it requires by funny little symbols...

A time-lapse video of Diagonal, Cathedral Ledge NH Jan. 5, 2013   Video by Dustin Marshall Photography Sources: Youtube / shadesofgranite.blogspot.com / Erik Eisele
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