Sign the Will

From Katahdin’s Knife Edge to winter hiking Mt. Washington, these trails likely won’t put you six-feet under, but if you aren’t careful, they just might. The trademark here is extreme terrain that could make falls tragic in the summer, and avalanches a distinct possibility in winter. Whatever you do, avoid these hikes at all costs in inclement weather.

Franconia Ridge Trail Hike

Surviving The Pemi Loop Death March

Moosilauke Beaver Brook Waterfall 2

Hike Mt. Moosilauke via the Beaver Brook Trail

Mt. Washington in Goggles

“Spring” Hike Mt. Washington & Mt. Monroe via the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail

Mt. Liberty Sunset View

The Pemi Loop Hike

Hike the Mt. Tripyramid Trail Loop in the Sandwich Range Wilderness

Frozen Krummholz on Mt. Lafayette Old Bridle Path

Winter Hike Mt. Lafayette and the Franconia Ridge Trail