Ice climbing Standard Route at Frankenstein Cliffs in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire.

December 2016 Ice Climbing

Here are some photos of December 2016 ice climbing with IMCS in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Cannon Cliff in Franconia Notch.

Summer 2016 Rock Climbing Season

Summer isn't over yet, but we're starting to see the first fall temps in North Conway, New Hampshire. Here is a selection of rock climbing photos from Summer 2016.
Learning to lead: following the Standard arch on Whitehorse Ledge.

2016 New Hampshire Rock Climbing Season Is Here

Check out this selection of photos including lead rock climbing at Humphrey's Ledge, top roping at Lost Horizon, and climbing at Whitehorse and Cathedral.
Hamid cruising up the east snowfields en route to the summit.

March and April 2016 - Ice and Rock Climbing

March and April of 2016 brought both ice and rock climbing conditions to northern New Hampshire.
Tom takes out the ice axe for an icy Monroe; Washington behind.

February and March Ice Climbing and Mountaineering in New Hampshire

Photos from Hitchcock Gully, Parasol Gully, Huntington Ravine, and the Presidential Traverse.
Larry getting some alpine fun in on Odell's Gully.

January 2016 - Ice Climbing and Mountaineering

Ice climbing and mountaineering with IMCS during January 2016. Locations include Cannon Cliff, Frankenstein Cliffs, and Mount Washington.

Rock and Snow - December 2015

There's no question December 2015 has been challenging if you're a skier or ice climber in the Northeast, but we've been taking advantage of the conditions we're given.
Early season ice climbing in Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington, New Hampshire.

Early Season Ice Climbing on Mount Washington

Winter has been coming and going in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, but we have been out for some early season ice climbing in Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington.
Michelle Kerr following Ladyslipper (5.10a) on the South Buttress of Whitehorse ledge. A committing place to be, but beautiful on the last day of October.

More Late Fall Rock Climbing

November 2015 has been warm and we've still been getting out on the rock; Ladyslipper on Whitehorse Ledge, Jockey Cap in ME, and the North End at Cathedral.

Still some fall foliage, but winter is approaching.

With on and off snow in the mountains, the winter climbing season is approaching...