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The highest point in New England (at 6288 ft.). Also the home of some of the most severe weather you'll ever see.
Concerning Mt. Washington itself, I suggest either one of the following sites: Mt. W observitory | Mt. W history, auto trail, photos
The following pictures I took in July of 2000
Looking up from NH 16 That's a tall drink of water!
Looking up from the Mt.W auto trail camp Using a wide angle lense, one get's a better look at the expanse of the mountain
Halfway up the mountain... That white speck in the middle is the "base camp" for the Mt. W auto Trail company
Weather split This is not a film or camera error. You can see the split of the Fog (clouds actually) above, Blue sky below
Designation of the summit side view, but you get an idea of the conditions
Front view of the name and yes that is a trail blazer for the Appalachian Trail on there
I got lucky. I had a room with a view of the White Mts. Furthermore the combination of an approaching storm (from the west) and the onset of sunset provided some interesting lighting effects
Going from Franconia Notch/North Woodstock to Conway/Presidential Range, I traveled along NH 112, also known as the Kancamagus Highway.
I stoped once or twice to take some pictures of the surrounding mountains along the way.
Mountains 2 I'm pretty sure I'm looking south from the Kancamagus Hy. in this one
Mountains 3 Old Man of the Mountain on the left?
Highway Mountains Unknown Vista
Bridge Count New Hampshire makes a point to keep track of it's bridges. Bridge 45 is on I-93 near the Vermont state line
New Hampshire multiplex Where other states put overlaping routes on seperate (but equal) shields, New Hampshire uses one sign to collect multiple routes.
Moore Reservoir Sign Waterford picnic area precautions
Moore Reservoir Looking over the reservoir from NH/Vt. 18
Granite Highways Photo essay about New Hampshire roads.
Michael Moroney's New Hampshire road page Route numberings of New Hampshire roads
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