AMGA Steep Ice Tips YouTube
Local AMGA guide Peter Douctte from Mountain Sense Guides offers great tips on how to climb Steep Ice. Peter has ticked off many new tricky ice and mixed climbs in the Northeast over his career. He has a good sense of where and when things are happening and the expertise to climb them. To find out what clinics Peter will be teaching at the 2016 Mt....

Lake Lake Willoughby VT
UP! Solo climbs the Last Gentleman, Promenade and China Shop on a sunny day in January. "The Lake" always delivers. A birds eye view of "The Lake" and The Last Gentleman amphitheater, like you have never seen before! - View Full Screen for the best experience Video, editing and flying by Doug Millen

Frankenstein Cliff, Crawford Notch NH Solo captures Jonathan Baldassare leading "Drop Line"(WI5), Frankenstein Cliff, Crawford Notch NH during the 23rd Annual Mount Washington Valley Ice Fest Video by Solo, flown by Doug Millen

Winter came late, and not the best of winters, but I had a ton of fun flying my new drone. Here are some of my best video clips that I shot last fall/winter with my new Drone, "Solo!"

Solo looking for Ice at Arethusa Falls

The Newest Member of the NEice Air Fleet - SOLO AERIAL VIDEO AND PHOTOS IN A BACKPACK Solo does more than just get cool aerial shots: It gives me a full Cinematic toolkit in the software — "an automatic crane, dolly, jib, boom, slider, tripod and, of course, helicopter". Now I can concentrate on filming and what the camera sees and let Solo from 3DR do the real...

A Snowy Day
Solo Flown by Doug Millen

The helmet cam?  That's old news! NEice brings you video from Lake Willoughby... like you've never seen before!   Many thanks to Chris Thomas for the idea of the Axe Cam and the first prototypes The Climb: Float Like A Butterfly (Land Like A Tomato). Lake Willoughby VT.

It was Easter weekend and what better way to spend it than with our friends at Harvard Cabin!  Packed in a sizable sled, the latest and greatest flying machine and it's components were headed up the trail Friday night, ready (or not!) for the job ahead.  The weather and snow conditions were superb for climbing and skiing in the...

Tip of the Week  from Rockies Ice Specialists Inc. How to complete an Abalakov - aka V-Thread - without your hooker. I used 8mm cord in this video but 7mm cord will usually pull through more easily. Make sure your bored holes criss-cross instead of meeting at the ends. Rockies Ice Specialists Inc.