Ah! The conditions are getting better and I am back to my normal state, once again, at "The Lake".   Below are a few condition photos from our trip to Lake Willoughby VT on Saturday December 13, 2014. Plenty of challenging...

"So far this is type three fun," Matt comments. The first two pitches have been miserable. The ice is fine, or at least good enough, but the wind and low temperatures are BRUTAL. Up to this point, I'm kicking myself...

It's the Start of December The time when the sun begins to rise, it's nearly set.  The nights are long and cold and the days are short and cold.  It's the best time to catch the mountain gullies with abundant ice...

Let's get right to it!  More noteworthy news coming out of Cannon Cliff again this weekend! Jeff Previte and Matt Ritter made the second ascent of Prozac on the Omega Wall this past Friday.  The mixed route, finishing right of...

From Cannon Cliff to Crawford Notch and Beyond New Hampshire It's game on in the higher elevations this week!  Lines formed in Pinnacle Gully and other gullies in Huntington saw some action too, including Odells and Yale.  We even had our first minor...

The Season is On! Let's take a look at the conditions and reports from this past weekend across the Northeast and go over what to expect for the coming weekend. New Hampshire In Tuckerman Ravine, we saw a couple of climbers lingering around as we headed up...

Meet WooKong 3.0 The Beast of the NEice Fleet - Built to meet the demands of flying, photographing and filming in the winter weather of the Northeast. After two winters of  building, flying and filming with RC helicopters, I have learned a lot and...

NEice Gear Review for 2014/2015 The cool gusts of Autumn are blowing in, scattering a kaleidoscope of leaves. The first snow flurries of a new season sift down through the mountain air.  Rock climbing seems a mere distraction now as...

By Courtney Ley I've been inflicted by a disease.  It leaves my muscles constantly sore, my body screaming for sleep and my family and friends worried about my mental stability.   I become antsy and unable to sit idle for too...

Book Review by Don Mellor October 2014 I just finished reading Training for the New Alpinism, and I’m feeling equal parts inspired, enlightened, and useless. It’s a book that does just what it promises: it explains in scientific detail what it takes to...

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