Hiked this on a cold fall day, up the Falling Waters Trail to Little Haystack, Lincoln, and then Lafayette. There was some snow at the top, just a dusting, and it made for some amazing pictures. It was very cold at the top, and windy. Great hike.
An awesome hike on a cloudy, foggy day. Did the traverse fron the campground with my 12 year old son.
Cold, windy and wet. Pretty enjoyable, but wish I would have had some views.
Hiked across the ridge from the Liberty Spring Trail after staying at the Liberty Spring Tentsite. Good views into the notch and out across the Pemi Wilderness. Second peak of three for the day on our traverse.
Hit this one after Mt. Lafayette, and saw our first views of the day! The wind and clouds started to lift, and we could finally see how beautiful the hike really was.
Part of an overnight trip.
came over from Little Haystack and continued on to Mt. Lafayette
Good weather until nightime(rain). Couldn't find a good spot for the tent so ended up bivying under a tarp.
From base camp at the Garfield tentsites with a friend on this soggy 4th of July weeekend, though this day it was clear.
was just a dream or is it a memory. tim to climb again. the traverse is very easy but wind can be a factor
Climbed it as part of a four day Pemmi wilderness traverse from Lincoln woods to Crawford notch. Fog rolled in right as we reached the summit and we didn't see anything.
this loop is an excellent hike
up falling waters to lafayette down old bridal path. want to go back when theres no clouds
very warm for november
Up Old Bridle Path, bushwhack down W ridge of Lincoln
Up Falling Waters, down Old Bridal. Very nice hike.
Always beautiful to be on the ridge with less people around
Climbed it on way from Garfield Campsite to Franconia Notch
Water trail is beautiful and full of water cascades, duh. Ridgeline traverse is a BEAUTY! One of the best in the eastern US. Went over Lincoln and to Lafayette.
Clear and overcast for the second of the two 5000 footers on the ridge. Felt like i could reach out and touch Washington to the East and Mansfield farther to the west.