Official 2014 Pilgrimage to Mt. Adams!
“This mountain is now Charged with Energies which, when activated correctly, will manifest in that balance necessary to heal those terrestrials whose Karmic pattern allows such intervention. If you would serve your brothers, come ye to the Summit, activate this potential and radiate these Energies to all who need such help.”
March 15th, 1960. Message relayed mentally to our Master just following the actual Charging of the Holy Mount Adams by MARS SECTOR 6
We will all converge near the base of Mt. Adams, New Hampshire, USA on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 and stay at the Mt. Jefferson View Motel & Cabins that night (ranging from $79-$89/room or cabin). The 3.8 mile climb up the Valley Way Trail from the Appalachia base parking lot starts after breakfast on Wednesday, July 23rd up to Madison Spring Hut, about 1000 feet below the peak, where we will be staying for 3 nights: Wed. July 23, Thurs. July 24 and Fri. July 25, 2014, at the cost of $97US per night (this includes bunk as well as dinner each night and breakfast the next morning).
To find out more about AMC’s Madison Spring Hut click on: http://www.outdoors.org/lodging/whitemountains/huts/huts-madison.cfm
The mountains of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire are reliably reputed to have some of the worst weather in America, being located in the path of 3 major storm tracks, and climbers must realize that this Range MUST BE RESPECTED! The summits are shrouded in clouds 65% of the time, with high whipping winds, thunderstorms and rain, and cold temperatures. Winter-type clothing as well as rain gear, should be carried even in the summer. For information on what to bring (see the section called “Before you go” and there is a section to click on called “Prepare for your trip” ) http://www.outdoors.org/lodging/whitemountains/huts/before-you-go.cfm
Or you can check with The Michigan Branch firstname.lastname@example.org or The Toronto Group email@example.com
The climb up Mt. Adams is strenuous over large boulders, with the area from the Hut to the peak having difficult terrain in an ‘alpine zone’. Pilgrims should make sure they are in good physical condition, avoid hypothermia with appropriate clothing and gear, and carry plenty of water.
The closest airport is either Montpelier, Vermont or Manchester, New Hampshire, but the largest airport which offers the most options will be Logan International Airport (IATA: BOS) located in Boston, Massachusetts.