New England Ice Week
This winter join KAF Adventures for a 5 day, unforgettable experience to one of the top ice climbing destinations in the country – New Hampshire.
Easier to get to than Ouray, Canmore, or Montana, this trip allows you the most climbing time in the most accessible terrain, for the lowest cost. New England is the ideal ice climbing destination because it provides a high concentration of ice.
Whether you are a beginner or advanced climber, exploring New England Ice is an amazing experience that will really help improve your ice climbing technique.
You will learn new skills, climb hard during the day and enjoy a comfortable nights stay.
During New England Ice Climbing week, you get to enjoy a personal KAF lodging retreat!
Honestly, what could be better after and exhilarating day of ice climbing than a cozy lodge with freshly cooked, hot meals, and community atmosphere. If this sounds like a great mini-break for you, let KAF Adventures handle all of the logistics while you enjoy a week of ice climbing!
So what’s included in KAF’s New England Ice Climbing trip?
- Two professional guides provide instruction, top roping and multi-pitch guiding,
- Group climbing equipment
- Transportation to and from the airport
- All meals provided during the climbing days
- A comfortable stay with bunk style sleeping (upgrades available)
What do you need to provide?
Climbers need to provide:
- Personal clothing and climbing equipment
- Personal sleeping equipment (if needed)
- Money for food on travel days ($60 recommended)
- Money for entertainment and gifts (up to $300 recommended)
What to expect on the trip?
First and foremost, you will learn ice climbing skills. Expect KAF guides to meet you where your at. Go top roping for a day or two and then try a longer ice route, there are 5 climbing days available. We will have our own vehicles and our own comfortable group bed and breakfast. KAF guides will provide meals for you and give you ample time to relax at night. This is a group experience, and we will be sharing accommodations together and making decisions about the day together. It’s your trip and we will do our best to accommodate everyone’s needs.
What is the climbing terrain like?
Climbers living in the Northeast are very fortunate to have so much excellent climbing available during the winter months. Whether your goal is to go out and climb steep or low angle waterfall ice or do some winter mountaineering, the Mount Washington Valley and the White Mountain National Forest has an abundance of excellent terrain well-suited to your individual needs.
The New England terrain ranges from short top-rope problems, practically right next to the car, to long multi-pitch ice, alpine climbs, high-up in the mountains – and everything else in between.
Beginners and experts alike can find the winter challenge they are looking for.
And if you’d like ice climbing instruction before embarking on the journey to New Hampshire, our Ice Climbing Instruction for Beginners and Intermediates course is the perfect way to begin training!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!
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