A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Our Blogs

20 Jun
2011
Dear Abby, a Penny for Your Thoughts

by Randy Pierce Certainly, my first and most significant challenge initially was coming to terms with my blindness and the impact I would

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13 Jun
2011
Overwhelmed is so not a Reality Show

by Randy Pierce Finally, we take a break from our many hiking topics and address a common question Do the challenges of it all overwhelm

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06 Jun
2011
No Letdown for Team 2020

by Kyle Dancause In sports, there is much talk and concern over the dreaded letdown game For those not familiar with the term, a letdown

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30 May
2011
Power of the Pemi

by Randy Pierce Red-gold lightning bolts striking Mount Garfield, 40+ mph wind gusts atop the Franconia Ridge, and a hiking trail straight

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23 May
2011
Is Quinn Safe?

by Randy Pierce I have heard more than a few questions about Quinn's safety on a hike, and while I'm out in the Pemi Wilderness with him,

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18 May
2011
Starting our Season with Success – Owl’s Head!

by Randy Pierce We’ve learned so very much and come such a long way in our first season that it truly seemed fitting to make the long

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16 May
2011
Prepping for the Pemi (again!)

by Randy Pierce "This is the hardest physical day of my life,” I had said last year on the second day of the Pemigewasset backpacking

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10 May
2011
Blaze of Glory

Tedy Bruschi joins forces with Team 2020 on a training hike of the Belknap range by Randy Pierce We set our sights high for 2020 Vision

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09 May
2011
The Community Experience – 2020 Vision Quest Available for All to Share

by Randy Pierce We are always training, but not just for hiking! Building community and sharing inspiration is part of our mission, which

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02 May
2011
An Owl’s Knowledge

by Sherpa John Lacroix wwwsherpajohncom Owl’s Head, at 4,025 feet, serves as a white whale to many a New England peak-bagger Its thickly

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