Topic: Redline Recap
Time: Nov 18, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 953 2970 6495
Join Burgeon and Philip Carcia (@findingphilip) for a live event on Zoom on Wednesday, November 18th at 7:00PM. Philip will be sharing photos and stories from his latest record-breaking accomplishment in the White Mountains--The White Mountains Redline. If you're part of the White Mountains hiking community or anyone who follows outdoor epic feats, you won't want to miss this one.
This is a free event with limited availability. If you're interested in tuning in, fill out the registration form below. Meeting details will be sent via email prior to the event. More information will be provided by email.
Who is Philip?
Philip J. Carcia is a hiker, runner, and media creator who has logged over 15,000 miles on some of the most iconic trail networks in North America. Growing up in Massachusetts and cutting his teeth in New Hampshire, Carcia fostered a deep love affair with the mountains of the Northeast at an early age. Almost two-decades later, that love continues to widen, and has become an anchor in Carcia's personal and professional narrative. Most recently, between August 23rd 2018 and July 7th 2019, Carcia climbed all 48 4,000 footers in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in every month, for 12 consecutive months, establishing the Fastest Known Time for one of the most grueling and obscure peak-bagging projects in the United States - the Single Year Grid.
Philip is known across the social media universe as @findingphilip. As a public speaker, he talks about his experiences in the mountains regularly throughout New England and hosts his own series of talks at The Notch Hostel in North Woodstock, NH. For more information on Philip, you can visit his website at www.findingphilip.com.