Yesterday @ Huntington Ravine - Mt. Washington, New Hampshire

Yesterday @ Huntington Ravine - Mt. Washington, New Hampshire

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Yesterday @ Huntington Ravine - Mt. Washington, New Hampshire

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Ascending Central gully and skiing Diagonal gully in Huntington Ravine, Mt. Washington

Submitted by, Alex Knuuttunen

Huntington Ravine, on the east side of Mt. Washington, may not be as well known to the general public as its southern neighbor Tuckerman Ravine, but don’t let that fool you. While the snow covered slopes of Tuckerman largely attract those whose goal is a thrilling descent, the lure of Huntington is felt by those looking to be challenged on their way up. During the snow-free months the Huntington Ravine Trail is regarded as the most exposed and intimidating hiking path in the White Mountains. Add a little bit of snow and making your way through the Ravine automatically becomes a full-blown mountaineering challenge. – mountwashingtonavalanchecenter.org

 

 

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