The Nobles Outing Club is offering the first hike of the year, the Bill Biddle Hike. In its third year, this hike honors Bill Biddle, an English teacher who started the Outing Club with some students in 1960. Many of the students of that era have fond memories of the time they spent with Mr. Biddle outdoors.
Students and faculty: We invite you to hike Mount Monadnock with us on Sunday, September 27, to honor Bill Biddle’s legacy, and to enjoy the day on a beautiful mountain. Check your email for details, and sign up!
If you were in Mr. Nguyen’s Geometry class two years ago, you learned a bit about quinzhees. If this is your first time hearing about this type of snow shelter, click on the link to read more about them. And then go outside after the storm to build your own!
What better way to finish the winter break than to hit the trails? On the Saturday before returning to school, the Nobles Outing Club summited Mount Chocorua via the Piper Trail. Click here to see the full album on the Outing Club’s Facebook page.
For some, the cold months signal a time to head indoors and hibernate for a while. For others, winter presents an incredible opportunity to get outside and experience the beauty and wonder of Nature. Two men are currently attempting the first-known winter thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. Read this article to learn more about “Pepper” and “Trauma,” and to see some incredible photographs from their journey.
Time-lapse of the group summiting Mt. Lafayette on Monday.
Here are a few photos from today’s hike of the Franconia Ridge Loop, an annual Outing Club tradition at the start of winter break. The clouds lifted as we descended from Lafayette, rewarding us with views of Cannon and the Kinsmans on the opposite side of Franconia Notch.
Weather-permitting, the Nobles Outing Club will head up the Falling Waters Trail and traverse the Franconia Ridge on Monday, December 22. Sign up now and treat yourself to frozen cascades and waterfalls, and some of the most beautiful views in New Hampshire.
Eleven students and four faculty members finished the Thanksgiving break by joining a Nobles Outing Club hike on Sunday. The group tackled the Morgan-Percival loop in Holderness, NH, a 5.3-mile hike featuring ladders ascending steep cliffs and caves formed by large boulders. A recent winter storm left behind beautiful snowy trails and vistas! Click here to see more photos.