Mount Washington, NH ~ through the hiker’s lens

At 6,288 feet, Mount Washington is the highest mountain in the northeastern United States, and one of the 48 New Hampshire 4000 footers. Home to a weather observatory, a cog rail, and an auto road, it’s accessible to anyone in the area that wants to visit. For those who choose to hike to the summit, it’s an entirely different experience – one as beautiful as it is dangerous. The view as seen from the trail:

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About Shannon

Always looking for another adventure and new ways to have fun.
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2 Responses to Mount Washington, NH ~ through the hiker’s lens

  1. trentpmcd says:

    Nice pictures. I haven’t hiked Washington in ages. I need to find my way back sometime….

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  2. K.M. Sutton says:

    I have always struggled with fear and awe when it comes to Mount Washington. It is definitely one of those mountains that you need to have huge respect for, but that people continuously underestimate. I am hoping to hike it next summer with my brother. It has been a few years since I have been up there. ❤

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