WMG Red-lining

Red-lining, what is it? Leaving out a long description, it's basically hiking all the trails in an area. In this case, it's hiking all the trails in the AMC White Mountain Guide. The current edition (29th) includes 608 trail, covering a fairly staggering 1440.4 miles. As with all the other hiking goals since, this was heavily influenced by my starting the White Mountain 4000-footer list, back in 2010.

I'm now officially over half-way there, and all the new to me trails out there are calling. It's been a fantastic experience so far, and I look forward to seeing some of the more out of the way places that the WMNF has to offer.

In addition to reading my posts, follow along with this spreadsheet, there are many miles to go!











Trails


Miles


Section Total To Do Complete % Total To Do Complete %
Mt. Washington  58 9 49 84.5% 128.6 15.1 113.5 88.3%
The Northern Peaks  66 26 40 60.6% 132.5 40.2 92.3 69.7%
Franconia/Twin/Willey  58 0 58 100.0% 159.4 0.0 159.4 100.0%
Carrigain and Moat Regions 28 0 28 100.0% 86.9 0.0 86.9 100.0%
Cannon and Kinsman 25 2 23 92.0% 62.9 2.2 60.7 96.5%
The Moosilauke Region 51 15 36 70.6% 132.4 40.0 92.4 69.8%
Waterville Valley  68 17 51 75.0% 148.3 27.2 121.1 81.7%
Mt. Chocorua  52 6 46 88.5% 117.8 13.0 104.8 89.0%
Carter and Baldface Ranges 67 5 62 92.5% 186.7 9.7 177.0 94.8%
Speckled Mountain Region 35 8 27 77.1% 75.4 14.7 60.7 80.5%
The Mahoosuc Range Area 30 11 19 63.3% 89.1 31.7 57.4 64.4%
Northern New Hampshire 70 34 36 51.4% 120.4 45.8 74.6 62.0%
AMC White Mountain Guide 608 133 475 78.1% 1440.4 239.6 1200.8 83.4%


Updated: 5/8/15

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