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Covering the Mountain

Both sides of Mt Washington had Redline Guides doing their thing. On the west side was Jeffrey Shutak who was leading two fellows from Connecticut on a hiking tour with Rachel Ryan shadowing. On the east side Ryan Mcguire was leading two fellows from Massachusetts on a backcountry (AT) ski tour, earning their turns and testing their mettle in Tuckerman Ravine.

The west side team hiked up the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail, took a left on Crawford Path at the boarded up hut heading toward the summit, but one of the guests was really feeling the burn and opted instead for Westside Trail and down the Cog’s swath. The east side team hiked up Tuckerman Ravine Trail, skis on their packs. Skins weren’t brought as it wouldn’t have been worth it. The skiing was great, however. That said, one of our guests took a tumble on Left Gully and slid a bit but wasn’t hurt thankfully. It was a fine learning experience and all were thrilled. What follows is a few photos from both sides of the mountain.

On the West Side

Missing bridge found.

The Gorge.

The team above treeline. Rachel in red.

Cairns mark the way.

On the East Side

The stoke is real.

The earning part of earning your turns can be significant.

Climbing ever higher.

The endless boot track.

More cloud climbing.

The crowds.

Looking back.

Yeah, this is for us.

Well done everyone! Thank you or choosing Redline Guiding.

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