Nice page Will but I would add in the red tape section the new rules for the trip permits.
Hi. What new rules are these? Do they apply to groups or individuals or both. Where would I find these posted. Thanks and Cheers William
Great job on the adoption and update of this often visited page!
Thank you for your effort.
Good job. Cheers William
Nice page but Mount Washington is in New Hampshire not Vermont which has no high mountains.
VT has the Green Mountains, including 5 of New England's 67 four-thousand footers- Mt. Mansfield, Camel's Hump, Killington, Abraham and Ellen.
Granted, they're nothing compared to peaks out West, but they're still worth a dayhike.
re-read and looked through more thoroughly. I initially thought there was not enough trail detail included.
Great job on such an awesome place!
Any reason for the 3 starts?
Can I add somthing or is something missing?
I just want to improve the page.
One of the great high points of the East. A grand page for a grand mountain.
Great overview section, good page!!
My dog Spanky and I thoroughly enjoyed our Marcy climb. Thanks for the excellent info.
I am interested in doing a winter ascent of Mount Marcy. Two or three friends and I would be looking to do this anywhere from December to March.
What do you think would be the best time do this? What Equipment is necessary? Crampons, snowshoes, beacons or radios?
We would be intermediate experienced backpackers and outdoorsmen.
Anyone have experience doing a winter ascent?
I suggest posting your questions on the Eastern US discussion forum.
Yes, it's been done in winter, including by me.