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MtnWomanRoute Climbed: Tuckerman's Ravine Date Climbed: October 3,1999  Sucess!

MtnWoman

First mountain summit.
Posted Mar 26, 2004 12:01 am

ChrisRoute Climbed: Lion's Head Date Climbed: May 1996  Sucess!

Chris

This is a long climb for only being just over 6000' high! Spectacular scenery.
Posted Mar 22, 2004 10:14 pm

CharlesDRoute Climbed: Tuckerman's Ravine Trail Date Climbed: mid-1980's  Sucess!

CharlesD

I've climbed this peak probably a dozen times at this point starting out as a sprout. Always spectacular, sometimes spectacularly bad.
Posted Mar 19, 2004 11:51 am

paclimberRoute Climbed: Lion Head Date Climbed: February 27, 2004  Sucess!

paclimber

Magnificent day for a climb. Summit Conditions at 6:00 AM: 11 degrees, 40 mph winds, 110 miles visibility. Winds were non-existent early, even above tree line and around Lion Head. Not until above alpine gardens did winds pick up.
Posted Mar 2, 2004 1:46 pm

cragRoute Climbed: Tuckerman's Ravine Date Climbed: February 12, 1997  Sucess!

crag

Bagged this peak many times via Jewell, Boott Spur, and as part of a traverse up the Jefferson's Caps Ridge, over Clay, Washington, Monroe, and down the Ammonusic Ravine. The worst part about that one is walking back up the road to the Caps trailhead. The most fun was on February 12, 1997, up and down Tuckerman's. Air temp in Pinkham notch was about 15F and the winds were pretty calm. Snow conditions were excellent for hiking, no snowshoes needed on the lower part of the mountain, thin crunchy rime and hoar up on the summit dome (no crampons needed). Fun!
Posted Jan 23, 2004 2:11 pm

mtwashingtonmonroeRoute Climbed: Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail Date Climbed: July 14, 2003  Sucess!

mtwashingtonmonroe

This was my first trip to the White Mountains and definately won't be my last. I took the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail to the Lake of Clouds hut and then climbed Mount Monroe as well. Then I took the Crawford Path to the summit. The views were more than undescribable. It was a wonderful day for a hike and we had some fun on the scrambling sections. The winds were about 35mph avg. The temp. hung around 45 the entire day and it was beautiful. We descended via the Gulfside/Jewell Trail to see the Great Gulf and it was beautiful. I'll definately be making the trip again and I'd like to do the Northern peaks as well because we had bad weather the rest of our stay. It is a wonderful trip and the views are amazing.
Posted Dec 29, 2003 10:23 pm

demo1427Route Climbed: Lion Head Winter Route Date Climbed: January 4-5, 2002  Sucess!

demo1427

1st Successful Winter Summit. Have been 3-4 times per winter since then. Last summit was November 16th, 2003. Clear and sunny, not typical late fall weather.
Posted Nov 24, 2003 6:17 am

Jerry LRoute Climbed: Tuckerman / Lion Head Date Climbed: November 21, 2003  Sucess!

Jerry L

Unfortunately most of the snow had melted and conditions were pretty good. Some good wind gusts.
Posted Nov 23, 2003 9:28 am

LippoRoute Climbed: Lion Head Summer Date Climbed: August 2001  Sucess!

Lippo

My first hike after 20 years. Became addicted. Started hiking Washington every month. Provided great training for western mountains.
Posted Nov 22, 2003 7:49 am

BoulaRoute Climbed: Tuckerman Ravine Date Climbed: May 1988  Sucess!

Boula

My first of many climbs to the summit of Mt. Washington, this was my first real climb.
Posted Nov 3, 2003 7:41 pm

kcoteRoute Climbed: Tuckerman Ravine Date Climbed: october 2003  Sucess!
This is a great hike. Great elevation. The only negative point: There is too much people on the summit!
Posted Oct 27, 2003 12:23 pm

SylvainRoute Climbed: Tuckerman Ravine + Lion Head Date Climbed: october 12, 2003  Sucess!
This is a great hike. It also has a great elevation gain for an eastern mountain (about 1300m). The only negative point to this mountain is the Auto Road (too much people on the summit with no effort).
Posted Oct 16, 2003 12:10 pm

Bill562Route Climbed: Crawford Notch Date Climbed: 8/21/2002  Sucess!

Bill562

Easy hike up via Lake in the Clouds Hut and on to the summit. Summit visibility zero, bunch of cars, trail crowded with kids, dogs , AT hikers, bleeding teens carrying canoes.
Posted Oct 1, 2003 11:10 am

dpRoute Climbed: Huntington Ravine, Boott Spur, ?others? Date Climbed: 1970's  Sucess!

dp

Multiple ascents in summer and fall in college; snow in August on multiple occasions (including my very first ascent- via the cog railway as a little kid!)
Posted Aug 31, 2003 1:46 am

marygilbertRoute Climbed: Lions Head Hike Date Climbed: Autumn,2002  Sucess!

marygilbert

A Wonderful Walk, with the Autumn foliage in full color. A highly recommended time of year !!!!
Posted Aug 28, 2003 4:21 pm

FlandersRoute Climbed: Tuckerman Ravine Date Climbed: September 25, 2002  Sucess!

Flanders

Crowded on the bottom, cowded on the top - came across few in between.



Notorious weather was nowhere to be found. Sunny and felt like mid-50s at the top with a moderate breeze.



Came down Lion Head
Posted Aug 22, 2003 11:24 am

JurasekRoute Climbed: Tuckerman Ravine Trail Date Climbed: August 9, 2003  Sucess!
Hiked with AMC group of 8 people. Entire trip took 4 hours and 15 minutes. Started to pour just below the summit while still on the rocks. There were also lightning warnings issued at the summit. Therefore I decided to pay the $24 and take the hikers shuttle down. While there was nothing to see at the summit, I felt a great sence of accomplishment as this was my first major peak bagged. I also enjoyed a hot dog and cold drink at the summit cafeteria.
Posted Aug 16, 2003 9:52 pm

fox5659Route Climbed: Left from the Cog RR Station Date Climbed: August, 1974  Sucess!

fox5659

Fresh out of school my buddy George and I decided to hitchhike to NH. We Spent some time bashing through the woods around Franconia Notch and then on our way home decided to swing up to the presidentials. We got a ride to the Cog RR and hiked up from there without maps or any idea of trails. We just kept going up. We reached the top in the fog and we thought we had wasted a morning until the wind started to blow. The sun came out and we had the most spectacular weather and views. Idiots luck I guess.
Posted Aug 7, 2003 11:24 am

AlpinistRoute Climbed: Lion's Head Winter Route Date Climbed: January 25, 2003  Sucess!

Alpinist

It was a balmy -4 degrees at the summit with 40 MPH winds. My teeth are still chattering.
Posted Aug 5, 2003 7:58 pm

mike_lindacherRoute Climbed: Via Gulfside Trai Date Climbed: July 2002  Sucess!

mike_lindacher

Believe it or not, the "civiliation" atop Washington is both a welcome and startling sight as part of the Presidential Traverse. Massive summit. You'll appreciate the restrooms, chocolate chip cookies, and chili. You'll appreciate, even more, the remainder of the less-congested Range.
Posted Jul 21, 2003 8:54 pm

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