Walkers, hikers, and trekkers pack your boots–there’s a hike here for everyone!

We are two middle-aged, semi-fit mountain loving hikers. Though we’re not hard-core athletes, we love climbing challenging adrenaline-charged mountains, preferably ones with rewarding views at the summit. We avoid camping overnight where possible, preferring a long day’s adventure to hiking in with heavy packs full of gear.

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Gordon likes to tackle mountains with as little in his pack as he can. Ginette lugs everything she thinks Gord should carry believing you should always be prepared for an emergency.

Happy trails!
Ginette & Gordon

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you
as sunshine
 flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you,
and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.”
~ John Muir


San Carlos de Bariloche

Refugios Lopez and Frey

El Chaltén

Laguna Torre (Cerro Torre) and Laguna de Los Tres (Fitz Roy)



Relatively shorter hikes through the picturesque Gatineau Hills, 
Laurentian Mountains, and other regions of the Canadian Shield.

Mont-Orford, Magog, Eastern Townships


King’s Throne and Sheep Creek Trails, Kluane National Park and Reserve


Annapurna Base Camp, Annapurna Conservation Area

Langtang Valley, Langtang National Park


Rainbow Mountain, Ausangate Mountain in the Peruvian Andes


Adirondack Mountains, New York

Adirondack 46ers; a summary of the Adirondack Mountains High Peaks
and our initiation to the area. The 46ers are summits over 4000 ft 
(1219 m). Once hooked, we started hiking progressively harder 
summits. Presented in the order of how we hiked them:

Phelps and Cascade Mountains

Blueberry and Porter Mountains

Giant Mountain 

Saddleback, Gothics, Armstrong, and Upper Wolf Jaw Mountains

Mount Marcy and Big Slide Mountain

MacIntyre Range: Wright, Iroquois, and Algonquin Peaks

Table Top, Street and Nye Mountains

Mount Colden, Giant, and Rocky Peak Ridge

Dix Range: Hough Peak, Macomb Mountain, Grace Peak (formerly know as East Dix), South Dix, and Dix Mountain

Nippletop and Dial Mountain

Sawteeth, Basin, and Saddleback Mountains

Mount Marshall, Mount Colvin, and Blake Peak

Mount Haystack

Lower Wolf Jaw Mountain

Allen Mountain

The Santanoni Range: Santanoni, Couchsachraga, and Panther Peaks

The Seward Range: Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour Mountains

Whiteface and Ester Mountains

Mount Redfield and Cliff Mountain

Gray Peak and Mount Skylight

Fire Tower Challenge: A series of family-friendly smaller peaks 
each with a fire tower at the summit. Ranging from easy to moderate.

Hurricane Mountain

Mount Arab



Upper Dewey Lake, Skagway


Colorado's 14ers: Peaks over 14,000 ft (4267.2 m).

Mount Elbert

Handies Peak


Angels Landing, Zion National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

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