Read Before You Go Merinoholics Adventures Will

Read Before You Go

Read before you go.


There is an abundance of resources available these days to anyone looking to hit the trails. I encourage everyone to get a good guide book and map to plan their trip. Even with those available, use your common sense when out there.

I recently took a route with a friend. We both have a fair amount of experience in the woods and prepare as much as possible. We bailed on our original plan due to weather and went to an area with a slightly better forecast – moderate rain instead of heavy rain…. It was cold and I wore gloves in July in NH. However, everyone says not to take this trail when wet and to not take dogs on this trail. I scoffed at the information and we decided that, since this was a shorter trip than we planned, we might as well keep it interesting and we’ll take this trail in the rain…and I’ll bring my pooch, he’s a mountain dog after all.

Read Before You Go Merinoholics Adventures Will

No big deal, right? Well, it was a great trip and we had a blast, however, I was thankful that my buddy and I could work together, and the puppy listened, ’cause the trail DEFINITELY should not be done in the rain with a dog. We had to pass the 105lb puppy off in certain areas because of the slides.

Be safe, pay attention and make it home safe.

Read Before You Go Merinoholics Adventures Will

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minus 33 merino wool clothing, Will Merinoholics Bio Will is a punk rocker that denounced his life as a “flatlander” and quickly moved to the mountains of Vermont at the age of 17 where he spent his time photographing and enjoying the outdoors. He moved to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire where he settled down with his family on the side of a mountain. Will enjoys most things outdoors – climbing hills, splitboarding, mountain biking. When not in the woods he can often be found lifting anything heavy or splitting wood. With his Bernese Mountain Dog, and occasionally his family, in tow, he is currently working on finishing the NH48.
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