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Current conditions in North Conway, NH at 10:29p on 11/15/18 - Temperature: 21.7 °F - Wind speed: 0.0 mph - Wind chill: 21.7 °F - Barometric pressure: 30.235 in - 3 Hour Barometer Trend: Falling Rapidly - Humidity: 67 %
IceCON 1. Climbs just coming in or only in upper elevations like Ravines.
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The White Mountain Report: Nov 8th, 2018
Let's face it, October sucked big time. Or at least the weather did. And honestly the first several days of November have as well. But amazingly yesterday and today, were both stellar. If there ever was a thing called Indian Summer, these were certainly it. a truly balmy 67 degrees and sunny yesterday, and 64 today. [WOW] Both with bluebird skies and few clouds. Even tho I couldn't go climbing on either, they both were days to be savored, like a fine cognac.
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The Unicorn -  WI 4+

When it comes in, a steep and strenuous effort. In 2004 it was done many times as a full length route starting at a runnel right of Child's Play and continuing all the way to the top of the cliff.

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Yup, it's from Thursday October 15 and most probably the first ascent this season.
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Standard Route, Frankenstein, Crawford Notch
Yup, it's from Thursday October 15 and most probably the first ascent this season.
Standard Route, Frankenstein, Crawford Notch
Selected Ice Conditions effective November 15, 2018
The ice is really starting to form up now. While I wouldn't call anything IN, there ARE some possibilities and they are only going to get better. Standard Route was done today, as was the Dike. Below are a few pictures from this morning's drive. I didn't comment about every climb. The pictures say it all. Enjoy...
Huntington Ravine possible  
Repentance OUT Click to see route picture.
Standard Route The closest thing to IN, but not really Click to see route picture.
Dracula OUT Click to see route picture.
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