Completed the 115 on Hamlin in BSP this week. Started in 2001 when I hiked the Long Trail. From there became a 46r in 2009 and a AMC 4000'r in 2013. Really enjoyed the time, now moving to AZ for new hiking adventures.
A long journey, made even harder after moving to Baltimore, but I'm proud to say that I've completed the Northeast 115. I love those mountains!
28 more to go in dacks finish this summer
I climbed my first peak, Algonquin Peak in September 1999 and completed my last peak, North Brother in August 2009. It has been a great journey. I climbed the Adirondacks while living in NY but then moved to Maine in 2004 and have hiked the New England 67 the past 5 years. There are some peaks I probably will not repeat, but others that I will happily go up again and again. Just think, fewer people have climbed the Northeast 115 than have climbed Mt. Everest!
Climbed from June 2005 to August 2008 and what a great adventure it has been. Started working on the Adirondack 46 and, after climbing Slide and Hunter in the Catskills, we worked our way East through Vermont, New Hampshire and finally on to Maine. Started on Cascade in the Adirondacks and finished on Katahdin's Hamlin Peak after traversing over Baxter Peak via the Knife Edge. Although some of them are obviously more interesting and attractive than others, there isn't a single one on the list that I wouldn't gladly climb again.