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Backpacking the White Mountain 4000 Footers: Free Guidebook Announcement

A funny thing happened to me when I was section hiking the Appalachian Trail through New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest in 2008. I fell in love with the place. That’s an easy thing to do since the New Hampshire AT climbs over or near 25 of the 48 White Mountain 4000 footers, which are some … The post Backpacking the White Mountain 4000 Footers: Free Guidebook Announcement appeared first on Section Hikers Backpacking Blog.
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