One of the most rugged and fearsome locations in the White Mountain National Forest is the Presidential Range — including the notorious Mt Washington (6288′) — particularly the gnarly yet exquisitely beautiful and pristine northern end. This section includes such mountains as Jefferson (5716′), Adams (5799′), and Madison (5366′). And of course also Mt Clay (5533′) — but this last one doesn’t “count” as a “NH 4000-footer” due to a lack of prominence at its south end. On lead for this trip, blessed with fine weather, guiding a single guest, was Redline Guide Dominic Torro. He photographed the tour, and we made a short video with his captures. Enjoy.