Mount Washington in Winter

January 16, 2009 The Mountain and Mother Nature By KEITH MULVIHILL.

At 6,288 feet, New Hampshire’s Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeast, but its weather can make it seem almost Himalayan.


Check out this excellent NYTimes article on a recent day hike up to the top of Mt. Washington. Be sure to click on the audio slide show. Makes you want to get out there, even it was 16 below zero, like it was here this morning.

About tjamrog

I'm sixty-seven and live in the Maine woods. I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2007, the Pacific Crest Trail in 2010, Vermont's Long Trail in 2011, and the Continental Divide Trail in 2013 . I am outdoors every day. I offer guided backpacking trips and classes in Maine, through "Uncle Tom's Guided Adventures".
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One Response to Mount Washington in Winter

  1. Clarkie says:

    I loved the several winter day hikes I took in 2001 on sunny days in the White Mountains and prefer them to other hikes in the other seasons. Haven’t tried any in threatening nor bad weather as I was always solo and not an experienced overnight hiker.
    interesting that Mt Washington made the February 2009 National Geographic which just arrived today.
    Keep the stimulation coming, Opie!


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