- New at the Merc: Replicas of All 50 state highpoint benchmarks and tote bags
- Highpointers Foundation Projects: Britton Hill, Florida Kiosk
- Kimball, Nebraska, High Point/High Plains Welcome Center Opens
- Highpointers Foundation Auction: “Everest – The West Ridge by Thomas Hornbein” Signed by Tom Hornbein and Jon Krakauer
- Issue #102 of “Apex to Zenith” Third Quarter 2013
- 2014 Highpointers Calendar at HP Merc
- Hoosier Hill Bench Vandalized
- Hawkeye Point: Request to Visit in Daylight and Note About New Campground Fees
- New Highpointers Foundation Henry’s Fork Sign at Kings Peak
- Club’s Summit Register Initiative
- Merc Reopens
- Lake County News-Sun Article on 50 Completer Tim Townsend
- Huffington Post Interview with Maine 2013 Host Mick Dunn
- Highpointers Foundation: Goal to have projects on 25 of 50 states by end of 2013
- Apex Challenge 2 Seeks to Place Highpointers on Every Summit on June 29, 2019
- Iowa Selected for 2015 Convention
- Joseph “Mitch” Michaud (1928-2013)
- 50 and 48 Completers in 2013-2014
- 2013 Board News: Change in Longacre Memorial Ownership
- Tennessee to Host 2014 Highpointers Convention July 24-26
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Tag Archives: New Hampshire
An exhibit at the New England Ski Museum in Franconia Notch entitled “From Pastime to Enterprise: Skiing Becomes a Business” tells the history of the skilift. It notes that Howard Head’s Head Standard was the first commercially successful ski made … Continue reading
Organizers of the Mount Washington Bicycle Race have voided the records of Tyler Hamilton and Genevieve Jeanson after Hamilton appeared on 60 Minutes admitting to doping in bicycle races during an interview about Lance Armstrong on 60 Minutes.
Mount Washington celebrates odd records on Alton Weagle Day on May 28. Weagle climbed the mountain barefoot, backwards and blindfolded in the 1950s Among the new records was driving a car up backwards, going up on a unicycle.
The 7.6 mile Mount Washington Auto Road has opened for its 150th season.
Plymouth University is planning to open the Museum of the White Mountains in 2012.
The Boston Globe has a nifty article (and cool photo against Mount Washington) of the new zip line craze — this one Bretton Woods.
Mount Washington Observatory has cool photos of the ice covered mountain in the latest snow.
The Mount Washington Carriage Road completed in 1861 celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. Abraham Lincoln’s wife and son took a carriage ride to the summit in 1863. Various functions include horse drawn carriages July 16, auto road employees reunion … Continue reading
CRL has reported that it has amended its trademark application so that it is just focusing on lodging using th Mount Washington name and not so broadly as we reported yesterday. We’re not quite sure when the amendment occurred. The … Continue reading
Somebody knowledgeable in trademark law should take a look at the Mount Washington Lodge applications to trademark the name “Mount Washington” The applications are not as innocuous as the hotel claims. One of them (76690735) implies that they may be … Continue reading