Posts Tagged ‘green mountains’

Do you enjoy hiking through the wilderness with everything you need right on your back? How about spending night after night deep in the mountains after a long days hike? The sounds of the forest and mountain life surround you and every breath sucks in the freshness of the wild smells. Perhaps a glimpse of […]

Recently I was in the White Mountains of New Hampshire for a week. Partly for vacation and partly to scout out potential excursions for Element Mountain. I had been to the White Mountains before and even near to where I recently traveled, but never with the depth of this trip. Beings that Element Mountain is […]

Greetings from Element Mountain Vermont! Below you will find a few photos from our last set of events that took place a couple weekends ago. We hiked up Mt Abe in the Green Mountains, toured the Ausable Chasm in the Adirondacks, wandered back into the Green Mountain National Forest to a remote natural pond, went […]

Breadloaf Wilderness Loop Hike: Breadloaf Wilderness is the largest in the state containing around 25,000 acres and numerous mountains in the Presidential Range over 3,500 feet. Deep in the Vermont wilderness of the Breadloaf lays a trail that wanders through an ancient boulder strewn canyon left from the days of the glaciers. Rushing river, ancient […]

Hi Everyone, This is the latest Element Mountain video. I started it thinking it was going to be short and sweet, however t turned out to be a half hour in length. There was just too much to film and take the time necessary to get good footage of 😉 Anyway, there is some great […]