That's all folks!

These trip reports are close to 10 years old and with so many newer and better resources available, I've decided to let HockeyPuck's Hiking move to the cached servers of the internet archives.

I'd like to thank everyone for reading my trip reports and sharing your constructive feedback and positive comments.

See you on the trails and enjoy the next adventure, wherever it takes you.

About HockeyPuck

Hi, I'm an avid hiker in the New England mountains, hills and woods. I have completed the New Hampshire 4000 footers in all season and returned again to complete them in exclusively winter months. I have completed the New England 4000 footers and continued to finish the New England hundred highest peaks - All season. On July 12, 2018 I finished the New Hampshire 100 highest list containing all peaks above 3500 feet. I'm currently working on the Adirondack 46r's, New Hampshire 3000 foot peaks and expansion into other states and other lists shown in the tabs or columns on the home page. Many of the peaks on these lists are trail-less bushwhacks and should not be attempted by someone unskilled with a map and compass. At the time of blog creation I found very few lists containing the 100 highest mountains and even less information on routes and access. My goal with HockeyPucks Hiking is to provide some information on these peaks to make your research a bit easier. Keep in mind that the parking location and routes I've chosen to hike may not result in preferred conditions or an ideal avenue to approach many of these summits. Use the content of this blog at your discretion as part of your hiking research process and not as a personal recommendation.

With so many potential hiking lists to attempt, specific mountain ranges such as the Ossipee's or Belknap range and peak based lists such as NH Firetowers, 52 with a View, 100 most prominent peaks, New Hampshire town high points, and other interesting locations my trip reports are posted rather randomly however, each destination was chosen based on some aspect of adventure. To stay organized, I've attempted to sort each of these trip reports into specific lists shown in the tabs above the home page or smaller link lists are shown on the right hand side of the page. If one of the mountains or hills I visit doesn't fit into any of these categories they were placed in the "Random Hikes" list.

I created this blog to share my hiking stories, adventures and help future peakbaggers. It's accurate to the best of my ability however, if you find any errors, discrepancies, inaccuracies or have any other suggestions feel free to leave a comment or reach out via e-mail: HockeyPuck

Thanks for reading.

HockeyPuck - Trevor


  1. Very cool website! Keep up the good work. -Albee

  2. Great website! We have just finished the 4000 footers and were depressed that our adventure was over. We knew more hiking was out there, but we did not know there was any site that pulled all the other hikes together. We are looking forward to more great hikes in New Hampshire with the information you have provided! Thank You!

  3. Great website...I whacked to Dartmouth this summer. Do you remember seeing a canister?
    We found only a sign. Since I'm going back to do Millen with a friend, I'm revisiting Dartmouth. NH106 finisher, NE100 finisher. 48x12x2 finisher.
    Thanks and keep up the good work. Schorman

    1. Hi Schorman,

      As of August 2013 both Dartmouth and Millen both had summit canisters. I'm glad you find the site beneficial.Thanks for the feedback.