The RMC's Online Outlet - The Stuff We Sell

Proud of your support of the RMC? Want to let everyone know? Why not!

Because RMC is administered entirely by a volunteer board of directors, the income from your purchases here will directly support RMC's efforts.

Why not consider an RMC gift for a friend or relative-- and support the club's work at the same time?

RMC items can also be purchased at Gray Knob, year-'round, and at Crag Camp during July and August. Many items are also available at the following retail outlets in the Northern White Mountains: AMC Pinkham Notch, Gorham Hardware, Grand View Motel (Randolph) and Lowe's Store (Randolph).

The RMC uses PayPal for all of its online credit card transactions.


Because the fulfillment of orders is handled by volunteers, we cannot accept phone orders or credit card orders in the mail. Please allow one to two weeks for delivery.

Thanks for your support!

Scroll down this page to see all of the items we sell, or use the quick links below!

RMC Memberships & Donations
Shirts and Hats
Publications, Maps, and Posters
Patches, Stickers, and Other Stuff
Single Membership
RMC Climber T-Shirt (New in 2017!)
Trail Dreams
RMC Logo Mug
Family Membership
Gray Knob T-Shirt (New in 2017!)
Peaks & Paths
RMC Patch
Additional RMC Donation
RMC Logo T-Shirt (Green)
RMC Guidebook - Randolph Paths
RMC Sticker
  Long Sleeve Crew RMC Trail Map  
  Crag Camp T-Shirt RMC Trail Map (Unfolded)  
  Fleece Hat RMC Posters  
  Baseball Hat Spur Cabin Registers  
  Polo T-Shirt Four Soldiers Path Guide  
    Remembrances of Crag Camp  


Club Membership - Join the RMC or Renew your Membership Online!

Membership is open to all. The RMC is committed to equal opportunity in its programs, activities and employment. It prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation or familial status.

The Randolph Mountain Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Annual dues are $30 for an individual and $60 for a household, including children under 18. There are two ways to join the RMC. You can either join online (see below) or print out the membership form and mail in your dues with your name and address to Treasurer, c/o Randolph Mountain Club, P.O. Box 279, Gorham, NH, 03581.

What do you get with your membership? No special discounts or privileges - just a newsletter in January and June detailing our seasonal activities and events. One thing you will get, however, is the great feeling that at least 95% of your dues and contributions are going directly back into the mountains in the form of trail work and maintaining staffed camp facilities.


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Randolph Paths (RMC Guidebook)
9th Edition, 2016.

The updated guide describes changes in our trail system over the past eleven years. You will find information on the Community Forest Trailhead and consequent changes to paths on the Hill, and a new section on Trail Running by Doug Mayer. References and website addresses have been corrected as well.

While the format is familiar, new photos and revised articles provide the data you'll need to plan your hikes. Check out Points of Interest, including Abigail Adams and the Pony Truss Bridge. Jon Hall's newly designed map (Randolph Valley and the Northern Peaks of the Presidential Range, 2016) is inserted, as always, inside the back cover.

Many thanks go to Allison Bell. In addition to painstakingly entering revisions, large and small, her design skills have given the guide a fresh new appearance.

All this, and it still fits in your pocket or pack!


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$18.95
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Randolph Valley and Northern Peaks of the Presidential Range Trail Map (2016)

While the map includes the guidebook's updates to trails, land ownership and other geographic information, more noticeable is its overall redesign, in comparison to the editions of 2005 and 1996. The area traditionally shown on the RMC map has been divided in two, with the "Hill" side (the town of Randolph and the Crescent Range) on one side of the sheet, and the "Mountain" side (Mts. Madison, Adams and Jefferson) on the other. The Randolph Valley, with the trailheads along Durand Road and U.S. Route 2, appears on both sides.

Since the map sheet is the same size as the previous editions, the two-sided map is printed at a larger scale and with a smaller contour interval, and displays denser sections of the trail network with more accuracy and higher resolution. Also for the first time, the map uses color to indicate types of forest areas, with a darker green for conifers and a lighter green for deciduous trees; note that this is completely different from the conventional use of graduated colors to indicate changing elevation. This forest-type overlay significantly increases the amount of information on the map compared to the 2005 edition (which differentiated between forest and non-forest only) and the 1996 edition (which had no such information at all).

Updates to man-made features within the map area include the Randolph Community Forest Trailhead and the RMC's associated new trails and trail changes, the Community Forest's new interpretive trail current boundaries and logging roads, other protected land areas abutting the RCF and WMNF, the bike trails in Moose Brook State Park, the route of the overhead power lines south of Route 2, and seasonal-use information about the Presidential Rail Trail.

The RMC thanks Jonathan Hall for the many hours he has put into designing and creating the new map. We are grateful also for the collaboration and assistance of Doug Mayer, Jim Anderson, Dwight Bradley, Jamie Maddock, Carl Herz, and Judy Hudson.

Printed on: Tyvek paper
Scale = 1:20,000
Contour Interval = 50 feet
Dimensions of map = 24" x 18"


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$8.95
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Randolph Valley and Northern Peaks of the Presidential Range Trail Map (2016)
Unfolded Map

The same map as above, but the entire map is printed on one side and is shipped unfolded.  Suitable for framing!

Printed on: Poster paper
Scale = 1:20,000
Contour Interval = 50 feet
Dimensions of map = 36" x 24"


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$15.00
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Trail Dreams
New Fundraiser - 10% of sale profits will go to the Randolph Mountain Club!

Brad Cook, as a deeply troubled young man, had a chance encounter with a stranger, who shared his intriguing story around the campfire one evening in the summer of 1975. The seed of a dream was planted, which turned out to be the spark Brad needed to initiate a complete physical, mental, and spiritual transformation, a quest for more.

This is a story of one man's passion to experience life to its fullest, to take risks, to imagine a better world. It's a journey he followed and on the way discovered the true source of happiness and inner peace. Cook understands that it is our responsibility to shut off the electronic devices for a while. We need to share some quality time with our children, as we lead them back into active participation in nature, rather than sheltering them from it. His informative and inspirational story examines the reasons why children have been increasingly denied access to their natural environment, and the negative physical, psychological, spiritual and societal effects from this unwarranted separation. His perspectives were developed during his 35-year career in public education and his captivating adventures in the world of nature.


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$14.99
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RMC Climber T-Shirt
New for 2017

A 100 % cotton t-shirt featuring the RMC Climber logo on the back!  The RMC logo is printed on the front.


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$25.00
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Gray Knob T-Shirt (GILDAN Performance®)
New for 2017

Printed on GILDAN Performance® fabric, the t-shirt features a wintery photograph of Gray Knob by Carl Herz on the back. The RMC logo is printed on the front.


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$20.00
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RMC Logo T-Shirt (Green)

A 100% cotton t-shirt featuring the RMC logo in green!


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$20.00
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RMC Logo Mug

The RMC now offers a hot beverage mug featuring the Club's official logo.  Now you can relax with your favorite drink while showing off your RMC pride!


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$10.00
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Peaks & Paths: A Century of the Randolph Mountain Club
By Judith Maddock Hudson, 288 pages, 165 illustrations, hard cover, 2010

New Hampshire's Crescent and northern Presidential ranges, the site of spectacular mountain scenery, boast an intricate network of hiking paths centered on the small town of Randolph. This trail system, which began in the 1850s and expanded in the 1880s and 1890s, was largely destroyed by intensive logging in the early 1900s. The Randolph Mountain Club was founded in 1910 to "put the paths in order" and, over the last hundred years, the RMC has become the principal custodian of these trails.

Today the Club maintains over 100 miles of paths, including a section of the Appalachian Trail, as well as four high-altitude camps on the slopes of Mt. Adams. At this, the century mark, Peaks & Paths lays out the history of the Club as it has responded to changing times and conditions, and celebrates the enduring spirit that has led to its emergence today as a major year-round steward for preserving the integrity of paths and camps on the Crescent Range, the slopes of Mts. Madison, Adams, Jefferson, and outliers Starr King and Owl's Head.

With a foreword by Laura Waterman, the book also contains biographical sketches of important important figures, among them early pathmakers Charles E. Lowe, W. H. Peek, E. B. Cook and J. R. Edmands, as well as listings of former RMC board members, camp caretakers, and trail crews.


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$29.95
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Fleece Hat

Don't be caught in the cold this winter without this classic fleece hat - now back by popular demand. This winter hat will keep you warm and where you want to be: skiing, hiking or snowshoeing on snowy, untrodden RMC trails.  

Now back in stock with new colors!


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$20.00
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RMC Posters

We have two beautiful designs that would look great hanging on your favorite wall.

Leroy Woodard's Randolph in the early 20th century (12" x 15" printed on heavy stock poster board)

Annual Picnic and Charades Centennial, 1913-2013 (18" x 24" glossy print)

 


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$15.00 each
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Long Sleeve Crew (COOLMAX®)

This dark blue long sleeve crew features the RMC logo on the front, and a Tim Sappington illustration of Randolph Valley and the Northern Presidentials on the back. New in 2011, the Long Sleeve Crew is now printed on COOLMAX® fabric.

COOLMAX® fabric is the performance fabric that includes an effective fiber-based moisture management system. The system can move perspiration away from the body, and through the fabric, where it can evaporate quickly, allowing the wearer to feel cooler and more comfortable.


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$25.00
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Crag Camp T-Shirt (COOLMAX®)

Printed on COOLMAX® fabric, the t-shirt features an incredible hand-drawn sketch of Crag Camp, King Ravine, Mt. Madison and Mt. Adams on the back, made by Eric Scharnberg (former RMC Winter Caretaker and Field Supervisor.) The RMC logo is printed on the front.

COOLMAX® fabric is the performance fabric that includes an effective fiber-based moisture management system. The system can move perspiration away from the body, and through the fabric, where it can evaporate quickly, allowing the wearer to feel cooler and more comfortable.


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$20.00
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Baseball Hat

Now back in stock, the RMC baseball hat has proven to be quite popular. We selected the highest quality that we could find, with a brass closure and embroidered RMC logo. The RMC cotton baseball hat is khaki with two colored bills to chose from - green or blue. (Sorry, not guaranteed to hold down your toupee or wig in winds over 80 mph on Mount Adams!)


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$15.00
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RMC Patch

The official Randolph Mountain Club patch features the distinctive, traditional RMC logo designed by Leroy Woodard. A beautiful addition to your pack, jacket, or the pack of a four footed friend. Three inches in diameter.


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$3.00
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RMC Sticker

Proudly display your support of the Randolph Mountain Club with our sticker. Put it on your car, water bottle... anywhere! The sticker is 3.5" in diameter.


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$1.50
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Spur Cabin Registers, 1900-1915
Revised Edition, 108 pages, 24 photos, 7 appendices, transcribed and edited by Al Hudson, RMC Archivist, 2009.

In the late summer of 1899 George F. Moore and Charles C. Torrey contracted with John H. Boothman to build them a log cabin near Spur Brook opposite Chandler Fall at the 3200 foot level on the northern slope of Mt. Adams. The cabin was completed in 1900 and was a much-visited site on Spur Path, one of the major trails to the summit of Mt. Adams, until 1929, when the sadly deteriorated structure was razed by the USFS. This publication contains: a complete transcription from the original registers of the entries in the first two volumes (1900-1907, 1908-1915) plus a 3-page remnant of a "lost" third volume; 24 photographs; lists of names, hotels/inns, places, camps and paths appearing in the register. Introduction by Al Hudson.


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$25.00
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Polo T-Shirt

A very classy-looking addition to your RMC wardrobe! The pique collared polo is 100% cotton, powder blue in colour, and has an embroidered RMC logo.

*ON SALE*


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$20.00 $5.00
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Guide to the Cultural and Natural History of the Four Soldiers Path

The RMC's new Four Soldiers Path winds its way north through Randolph Community Forest, onto the Kilkenny section of the White Mountain National Forest, and ends at the wild and rugged Pond of Safety. The club's interpretive guide provides interested hikers with a fascinating tour of the cultural, historic and natural history to the lands traversed by the path. Produced by more than a dozen RMC volunteers, with supervision by well known New England Naturalist Dave Thurlow, the guide is designed to be enjoyed by hikers of all ages. Artwork by Tim Sappington and Ginger Beringer.


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$5.00
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Remembrances of Crag Camp, 1909-1993

The old Crag Camp was torn down, and then burned, in the spring of 1993, to make way for the new building. In this unique collection of stories, tales and anecdotes, RMC members and other hikers recall their own personal memories that helped make the old Crag such a special place. Stories include everything from the construction of the original Crag Camp, by John Boothman's crew in 1909, to John Steven's tale of being rather closely observed -- from the valley -- by his boss, with a very high power telescope!

$6.00
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