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Category Archives: New Hampshire
The Union Leader reports “Tip Top” — the first Mount Washington locomotive — is to go on display at the Beaverbrook Museum in Mount Vernon.
The Union Leader reports the Mount Washington Auto Road plans to open May 8. which is relatively early. In the past the Auto Road has been opened as late as July 4.
On April 12, 1934, Mount Washington recorded a record 231 mph wind. The next year, nature delivered a runner-up as a hurricane hit the Florida Keys with 200-mile-an-hour gusts. For comparison, winds in a tornado are estimated to be 300 … Continue reading
The Union Leader reports there has been an increase in the number of hikers on Mount Washington thanks to the winter running of the Cog Ski Train but there have been no new problems. There is a new route to … Continue reading
This defenselink item gives information on climbing highpoints to support the military. Specifically it follows Doug Moss, a web designer at the Pentagon, on his Mount Washington winter climb. Americasupports you link.
The Union Leader reports the Mount Washington Commission is considering installing a powerline next the to cog railway (below ground to treeline and above ground thereafter). More controversial is a plan to replace the gutted former WMTW-TV generating building with … Continue reading
The Union Leader reports officials have abandoned thesearch Robert Sypek. Working from a brief note left in the car that said he was heading on a hike to the Galehead and Zealand huts, ground crews covered about 25 miles of … Continue reading
The AP reports Damian McDonald and Susanna Saarkangas of New Haven were rescued while ice climbing Damnation Gully in Huntington Ravine on Mount Washington. They had ben reported missing by the caretaker of the Harvard cabin. They were reported to … Continue reading
The Union Leader reports Gerald Prutsman, 53, was ice climbing on whatÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s known as the Chia Route on FrankensteinÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Cliff in HartÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Location , along with Ryan Roach, 18, when he fell 30 feet. About 25 other climbers were nearby … Continue reading
The Conway Daily Sun has an an interesting article on climbing Mount Washington as part of a New Year’s Tradition. Among the factual items is a note that four full time people are assigned to the summit now.
Bob Mionske in Velonews has a discussion on the legality of prohibiting bicycles on the Mount Washington Toll Road. The argument has always been that the road — even though it is on a state park — is privately owned. … Continue reading
Seacoastonline has an article by Lisa Marie Pane (of the AP) on the climbing the Northeast 4000 peaks (the 4k’s) and specifically on her bagging the New Hampshire 48.
Mt. Washington Prepares Cog Railway Ski Trains