Climbed with wife on our hut to hut trip from Madison Springs to Greenleaf
Don't remember it and didn't write about it, but since it's on the AT I must've ascended it.
Bagged this one on my Appalachian Trail thru-hike. Gorgeous day.
I think this was one of the very first "real" hikes I ever did. What great memories! Golly, I must have climbed on or around here at least 6-7 times. In the fall is gorgeous. Have fun! Zealand Hut is a lot of fun and pretty.
ran over it
I crossed over all wet from North Twin, and saw the clouds hover down on South Twin. They let you get some views though. I thought of going after 3 peaks that day, but after getting all wet on North Twin, I decided to be satisfied with North and South Twin. I didn't feel like dropping down to get Galehead, or crossing over for Guyot.
worth the steep hike from Galehead Hut.
Climbed it as part of a four day Pemmi wilderness traverse from Lincoln woods to Crawford notch. Great views in all directions an a lucky cloudless view of Washington.
Finally got to SW Twin on this trip
The Whites are amazing.
Part of a backpack that included the Twins and the Bonds, overnighting at Guyot Shelter.
Good view of the Pemigewassett wilderness. Nice day, don't remember seeing anyone else on the trail.
The river crossings were a bit daunting, but I did all three in my tevas to save myself from falling in by rock hopping. The weather was amazing and the temperature was just right. We started with the Twins during our long day of hiking to get the elevation gain out of the way first. It was a great way to do it. Awesome hike.
No view too many fog. Beautiful trail.
Day 2 of Franconia to Pinkham. In the rains of Katrina and high wind. No views.
Power climbed the last 1/4 mile up the rocks with 5 teenagers on my heels. We had been slow paced all day and decided to kick it in to high gear to reach the summit. Blue skies, moderate temperatures and no humidity made the day even better.
Visited there twice, once from the east and once from the west. Great weather both days
99.9% humidity, a few black flies, and a great three-bagger with Galehead, South Twin and North Twin, starting on the Gale River Trail. Trails were muddy and wet, thundershowers, thankfully, stayed away. Too hazy for much of a view.
A steady climb from the hut, not too difficult even with an overnight pack, though my hiking buddy, who left the hut just a few minutes behind me, had more trouble, passing my pack at the summit just fifteen minutes before I returned from North Twin.