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New Hampshire ice climbing
New Hampshire ice climbing
New Hampshire ice climbing
New Hampshire ice climbing

1+ day Ice climbing in New Hampshire

Come to the white mountains of New Hampshire and enjoy one or several days of unforgettable ice climbing on different ice falls with one of our AMGA certified guides.




White Mountains


+1 Day


Jan - Mar, Dec






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  • Spend one or more days ice climbing in New Hampshire.
  • Choose from different areas like Frankenstein and Long Way Home.
  • Choose from different routes, ranging in size and difficulty level.


Known as the Granite State, New Hampshire is home to some fantastic climbing spots. And those spots are not only accessible during the summer season. That is why, on this trip, which can last for one or more days, we would like to take you ice climbing.

There are a range of great spots to choose from when it comes to ice climbing in New Hampshire.

Some of the options you can choose from on this trip include the following.

  • Frankenstein

  • Crawford Notch

  • Kinsman Notch

  • The Flume

  • Long Way Home

Each one of these spots is unique, but all of them offer spectacular ice climbing. They also have their own selection of routes, which vary in size and difficulty. For Frankenstein, there is the standard route (WI3), the Penguin (WI4), Chia (WI3+) and Dracula (WI4+). For the Crawford Notch, which is high above Frankenstein, there is Willey’s Slide (WI2), Cinema (WI2), Hitchcock (WI3) and Elephant Head Gully’s (WI3+). On Kinsman Notch, which rests on the border between New Hampshire and Vermont, there is Pot O Gold (WI4) and Shamrock (WI3-4). On the Flume, which is steep and mixes rock and ice, there are several routes which range from WI3-4 to M3-7. Finally, on Long Way Home, which is seldom visited, but absolutely gorgeous and fun, there are different pitches in the WI2-3 range.

To join us on this fantastic ice climbing trip in New Hampshire, all you have to do is send us a request. We look forward to guiding you.

Would you like to do some rock climbing in New Hampshire during the summer season? Then join us on this trip.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

Along with the guiding fee, all necessary climbing equipment is included in the price.

Please contact us for larger groups so we can provide you an accurate price quote.

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


More info

Please contact us to properly tailor your trip to your personal preferences. Also keep in mind that no hidden or extra fees exist.

Meeting point

To be determined, based on where exactly you would like to climb.

About the guide: Adventure Spirit

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Adventure Spirit



Mountain Guide

At Adventure Spirit we provide Rock, Ice and Alpine Experiences. We are based in the Northeast, USA (Winter), and Pacific Northwest, USA (Spring/Summer).

Our guide operations are led by Kel Rossiter. After stints in the military, the corporate world, and a Zen monastery, Kel began pursuing climbing as his professional passion. A Washington native, his first summit was an all-cotton ascent of Mt. Adams (12,281'). Fortunately, he went on to get appropriate training and since then he has climbed and guided rock and ice in twelve different countries on four continents. Now based in Vermont for most of the year, Kel owns and operates Adventure Spirit LLC, a rock, ice, and alpine guide service specializing in Northeastern climbing destinations.

Kel is also active in higher education, serving as a faculty member/instructor at several area colleges and holding a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. He has complemented his university studies with American Mountain Guide Association (AMGA) training, having become an IFMGA Mountain Guide.

Kel is an Ortovox Athlete/Guide Ambassador, and he also enjoys bringing the mountain experience to people through writing and has been published in Climbing Magazine, Alpinist, and The Seattle Times, among others. In between his stints in the mountains, Kel serves on the boards of CRAG-VT, Vermont’s climbing access organization and the Vermont Outdoor Guide Association. And though he left the Zen monastery long ago, he still does see the value found in just sitting still.


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What people are saying about this trip



I would have never thought that I would be able to lead ice this year and credit certainly belongs to you and your team for getting me there.  

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