Kyle Pierce

  • Hike to the Summit of Cannon Mountain via Kinsman Ridge trail

    Driving north on I-93 in New Hampshire, Cannon Mountain can be seen on the left just a few miles after exit 32. It is a massive cliff that towers over the highway, thousands-of-feet tall. Parking for the trail head is left off of exit 34B. If you ...

    4 miles 3000 ft gain

  • Explore Sabbaday Falls

    This awesome waterfall is located right off of the Kancamagus Highway (rt 112) that runs from Lincoln to North Conway, NH. The highway itself is a very scenic drive through the White Mountains that has pull off spots every couple of miles.From I93...

    0.6 miles

  • Kayak Lake Rico

    Lake Rico is a decent sized lake located in East Taunton, MA. You can spend hours out kayaking and exploring. From the parking lot the lake looks pretty small but there is an opening towards the back that leads into three larger sections. There is...

  • Hike to the Summits of Mt. Jackson and Mt. Pierce

    From I93 take exit 35 onto rt 3. Follow that until you get to a four way intersection. Take a right onto rt 302 and follow that until you see an AMC information building on the right. Drive past the parking lot about 500 feet and park on the left...

    8 miles 5000 ft gain

  • Swim at Fawns Leap

    Hidden in the Catskill Mountains is one of the coolest cliff jumping locations I have ever been to. The first time I went was a failed attempt on finding the legendary cliff called Fawns Leap. On my second trip, I didn't want it to be another fail...

  • Hike the Waterfall Trail in the White Tank Mountains, Arizona

    The Waterfall Trail in the White Tanks is probably the most well-known hikes in the park. It's about a mile long trail that ends at a waterfall that usually only flows after it rains. Take the "Black Rock Long Loop" Trail until you reach the Water...

    2 miles 180 ft gain

  • Explore Abandoned Fort Burnside

    Built in 1942, Fort Burnside was a coastal fort for World War II. It was later abandoned in 1948, a few years after the war ended.The fort itself is built into a hillside so its a little hard to notice, but it can be seen on the left hand side whi...