Eastern Mountain Sports

Eastern Mountain Sports
Eastern Mountain Sports offers Sporting Goods services in Bridgewater NJ.

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Eastern Mountain Sports has an overall ZapScore of 90. This means that Eastern Mountain Sports has a higher ZapScore than 90% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bridgewater, New Jersey is 38 and in the Sporting Goods category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Lakes of the Clouds marks the perfect spot for taking a break as you hike various routes through the Whites. | IG's†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

There’s more than one way to ascend Mt. Monroe, a 5,372-foot peak and one of New Hampshire’s tallest. | IG's bton twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Boats were mean't for the water, not the land. But sometimes you just don't have a choice. bit.ly/2xVMtCY

Boats were mean’t for the water, not the land. But sometimes you just don’t have a choice.
Knowing how to portage ultimately lets you expand your paddling journey. To begin, start with these seven tips for transporting your kayak or canoe.

When it comes to views in the Adirondacks, Fish Hawk Cliffs and Indian Head both make you want to take out your camera. The former, from which IG's antisocial_butterfly took this photo, lets you look out at Indian Head and the Ausable Lakes. Yet, many who do both in a 10-mile loop hike tend to say the sights from Indian Head are slightly better. Between both points, which do you prefer?

Of all the things to do at Acadia, climbing Otter Cliffs is a top draw. | IG's jjbriggsphoto https://t.co/LIWJ0sKCxh

If you live in NYC, you don’t have to travel far for quality, technical climbing. The Powerlinez on Torne Mountain in Harriman State Park is roughly an hour’s drive out of the city, and while the routes aren’t tall, you get plenty of opportunities for single-pitch climbing and bouldering. In this throwback shot, IG's jaykolsch captures a snowy climb that looks more like water below. For those in the New York City area, what’s your favorite climbing spot, and why?

In New York’s Finger Lakes region, Sugar Hill State Forest’s 9,085 acres are home to multiple trail systems, campgrounds, a few lean-tos, and the Sugar Hill Fire Tower, which IG's codysoule captures in this shot. Whether you prefer to explore alone, go group camping, or find a place to look up at the stars, it has pretty much everything for a weekend in the outdoors. If you’ve ever been to Sugar Hill State Forest, what did you do? Tell us about your trip!

Think you really know a trail? Hike it after the sun goes down. bit.ly/2xh13SB

Think you really know a trail? Hike it after the sun goes down.
Nocturnal hiking opens up a whole new realm of possibilities on the trails. To begin, start with these six tips involving planning, travel, and gear.