Did as part of a Carter-Moriah Traverse. Was cloudy all day so I got almost no views.
Did the whole range
Climbed up to North Carter Mt. via the northern Imp Trail and North Carter Trails. The view of the Presidential range from Imp Face was incredible. I had to break trail with snowshoes on the North Carter trail because no one had been up there in a while.
Really fun trip with Camp group
The hike up North Carter heading south was the most challenging part of the entire hike up to Middle Carter.
Climbed with Moriah, Middle Carter and South Carter via the Carter-Moriah Trail from Pinkham Notch. A very steep ascent to North Carter from Moriah led to nice verys of the Carter and Baldface Ranges. Hard to tell where Lethe's actual summit was.
Southbound thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail.
Snow was very tough coming up the North side, and I didn't even know there was a Mount Lethe. Sweet! Perfect weather despite the post-holing...
Figured I was right there, why not hit these two to complete the entire range. Up Nineteen Mile down Imp Trail. Good day over all (about 16.8 miles).
Found there is no view of Wildcat from 4584 as there is from the
real Mt Lethe, but you can see into the Wild River from true summit after whack through fearsome scrub
Climbed these two bumps while I was debating running and out and back to Moriah after looping the Carters. Cold clouds and thunder made the decision easier.
Took a few photographs of the wrong bump, thinking it was Mt Lethe. Views on the ridge limited but not bad.