Did as part of a Carter-Moriah Traverse. Was cloudy all day so I got almost no views.
We did it on a backpacking route from Moriah over the wildcats
A little steep near the top and treated Chris' blister on his heel with moleskin. Very cold, very windy, but pitched the tent right on the summit. Perfect view of Mount Washington.
A must-stop for anyone climbing Carter Dome. Slightly shorter, but a panoramic view of the Presidential Ranges that was worth almost getting blown off the top for.
doesn't add much up/down and if skies are clear would be a nice mid-day "lunch" spot.
Climbed between Carter Dome and the Carters. Cloudy day so missed the views.
Great views. Unforunately the wind was so strong and cold we couldn't stay too long. I'll have to go back!
No views until you get to the top, then 360. Stayed at the hut.
Camp backpacking trip. If you seek them out, best views in the Carters
Ok...so...should have spent more time here since it was the only one with views :0
Crossed over to Hight after climbing out of Carter Notch up to Carter Dome. More detailed description on the climbers log for Carter Dome - Here.
Climbed with Carter Dome via the Nineteen Mile Brook Trail from Pinkham Notch. Hight has by far the best views in the entire Carter-Moriah Range. Awsome views of the Presidentials on this crystal-clear fall day. The foliage was at its peak this time of year.
Very hot and dry
Had to get the peak with the best views, even if its not on the list.
Part of loop including Carter Dome
Fun scrambling around on the boulders as a break from a round trip through the Carters
Best viewpoint in the range with the possible exception of Mt Moriah.
Joined natreb while he was doing an overnight of the Carter Dome, Carters and Moriah.