Nice page... I really like your hero image... looks like a sweet, tranquil place.
Thanks for checking it out and voting. I need to get some pix from Sandy Stream Pond. It is really nice to have your pages on the Polar Mtns so accessible.
Congratulations on the Pix of the week!
I almost climbed this one a few years ago. But we were so sore from the climb up Katahdin the day before (and the hellish, unending descent down the Helon Taylor Trail) that neither of us felt up to it.
Like the pics and the page. Gives me yet one more mountain to summit.
Thanks for visiting and your vote. Keep up your good work in New Hampshire!
thanks ATTM for checking out Turner Mtn and voting.
Appreciate it. Good work on Granite mtn.
Nice and comprehensive page. Keep them coming
Thanks for viewing/voting. Spring and hiking are getting closer.
Good page, looks like it would be a nice winter climb.
Thanks for your thoughts and vote. It certainly would be a good winter's hike and might have less wind than the small haystack!
Thanks for viewing across the pond. This is one of the first mountains I climbed. Great work on the Gruppo delle Grigne. I especially liked the views of Monte Rosa rising over the clouds.
Nice page Mark!! Looks like picturesque and tranquil place to spend nice afternoon.
Thanks Aleksander, I put this view in the Ktaadn section but it could just as well be here. I like the weird rocks on Postak. Congrats on approaching the 1K mark on SP.
Ktaadn View from Turner
Nice page as always. Maine is probably THE place where you can really leave crowds behind on the East Coast. Been wanting to do a backpack somewhere in Maine ever since reading Bryson's "Walk in the Woods" book.
Thanks for checking out Turner Mtn and your good vote. Enjoyed your recent photo tour of the East Buttress and the Lost Arrow, I guess the large friend was in the 5.10 OW!
Nice page, another special area I wouldn't have known about if it wasn't for SP
Thanks for visiting and your good vote. Been following your high points adventure including the Ebersbacher Jungle. Hope your wrist is better.
Thanks for the good wishes. The hand is coming along but it has kept me off of any scrambling I'd planned on doing. It is actually the far right finger that took the hit but I can't grip an i'ce axe or down climb with it although I can still hike fine.
Thanks for your good vote and comments, Bill. Enjoyed your
en rappell photo at the Pothole Dome!