Came from Jackson to see the overlook on Webster and it was worth the walk. Seventy minutes from the summit to the TH on Rt 302 including a side trip to Bugle Cliff. Afterwards I still had some energy, so I went up Zealand Road and hiked Mt Hale as well.
Perfect fall day for Webster and Jackson.
Did Landslide and Shoestring Gullies on back to back days.
Not much to see; I am sure cliffs are impressive when views allow
With Flanders after doing Jackson. We missed these two on our original Presi traverse years earlier. Trying to finish up the 4000ers now. No views. But dry.
Part of a north-to-south presi traverse dayhike, Madison to Webster. Great conditions until just before the Mizpah hut, at which point there was some lightning and hail.
A steep start for a south-to-north Presi Traverse
The Webster Cliff Trail has a few nice surprising scrambles and a few good views.
Beautiful weather with lots of sun.
Did Willard via cinema and cauliflower and then went up Central Couloir on Webster to finish out the day. Good climb, long walk down the ridge to the top of Shoestring....
Nice fall day. Good views with some foliage still in good shape. It was very windy though.
Last peak of our wonderful trip. Super windy! Great views though!
Southbound thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail.
It was not exactly clear where the true summit was, so I wandered around a bit before finally settling down with two gray jays to enjoy the scenery.
Traverse across from Jackson and the Jackson/Webster trail back to the split were deep unpacked snow. Otherwise nice hike, the dog loved it. Snowing, so no views but I imagine they are spectacular. Trying to hike from the trail out to the rock outcropping by the summit I got stuck for about 5 minutes up to my neck in snow before I could get a hold of a tree to pull myself out.
Day hike from Crawford Notch. The south facing cliffs were all clear of snow, but plenty of white stuff up on top of the ridge.
Part of Southern Presidential Traverse
This was a great way to climb Mt. Webster short technical ice section and general mountaineering all with the classic alpine feel