Great start. The overview could use a bit more information. You might mention where Carrigain lies in the grand scheme of things, southeast of the Pemi peaks, south west of the Presidentials, but north of the Kank. You also might put a little more information into some of your photo captions such as date taken and what it is you're seeing in the view. The photos, however, are spectacular.
I see you've been keeping busy up there. Another one in that region with a surprisingly good view is Mt. Hale, a low 4000 footer.
How about now?
There's one photo (the one with the little oval cloud) where I'm not sure what peak is visible. I'm fairly sure it's to the southeast of Carrigain, but that doesn't narrow things down all that much.
Just would echo what Charles said. Great views of Carrigain from Zealand Hut and Mt. Hale. Forgot my camera that day.
Thanks Mark, I guess I have to add Hale to my to-do list ...
Nice page Nartreb! I want to do this peak the next time I get up to the Whites. Good info and pictures!
A truly white mountain. Great pictures on a nice page. Well done!
Dang, you beat me to it! But for my cold this weekend, I would have seen you there. Nice work!
I added the new trail guide. The one you put on the page is out of print.
You got any plans for the Twins or Guyot anytime soon? They're next on my list (after finals, and if I don't just go skiing instead).
I might scoot up this weekend for something wimpy, and I'm looking forward to plenty of weekend hikes whenever the opportunity affords. I have been actively deconditioning the last couple of weeks, between holiday parties and a couple of colds. Keep me in the loop though. I'm trying to reach half way on the 115 before the end of the year. I'm at 53.
Wow. Nice peak! I like reading about these Appalachian summits I didn't know.
On my wish list for trails this year. Pics are awesome.
Very well done.
Nice page. Looking to add it to my "done list" of NE4000 in the not too distant future.
"not too distant" was right! Be sure to visit again in the fall or winter when the air is likely to be much clearer.