Many of us head out and climb a mountain for fun on the weekends. But most of us save that for summer. And very few us don't stop until we've hiked all the mountains higher than 4,000 feet in New England, the Adirondacks, and the Catskills. That's 115 tall peaks.
It sounds a little crazy, but two very sane people from Weybridge have done just that. Vermont Edition spoke with the hikers, Michele Bayliss and Dean Oulette, about their adventures.