Being the tallest person in the room is attention-getting. And so is being the tallest mountain. In the Northeastern part of the United States, that means Mount Washington. At a mere 6288′ (1917m) it’s considered short by the world’s standard, but it’s a historic mountain, interesting, rich, and exciting, offering its visitors awe-inspiring experiences. It is also revered and respected for its horrible weather. All these factors, combined with its regional prominence, makes this mountain summit highly sought after. Especially in summer. Thus, when the request came in from a fellow from Virginia, we weren’t at all surprised.
Let’s do this! Let’s hike Mount Washington. And fortunately the weather Gods smiled on this trip giving our team of two led by Redline Guide Ryan Mcguire clear skies, mild temps, and comfortable winds. They made a twin-stick lollipop loop with Lion Head and Tuckerman Ravine Trails. The ravine was particularly inspiring to our guest since there are still massive snow remains still hanging on. So cool! Check out these awesome photos of their trip, as taken by Ryan:
Good lead, Ryan. And to the whole team, great job on the summit! Thanks for choosing Redline Guiding.