Author Topic: Mount Washington: Huntington, Tuckerman, Kings Ravine, etc.  (Read 16095 times)


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Re: Mount Washington: Huntington, Tuckerman, Kings Ravine, etc.
« Reply #106 on: November 01, 2018, 07:51:32 pm »
Looks like Pinnacle was climbed yesterday:

yes, in spite of being a thin snowy mess, it seems to be getting a bunch of traffic. and from what Matt Bowman says, the approach is pretty bad.
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Re: Mount Washington: Huntington, Tuckerman, Kings Ravine, etc.
« Reply #107 on: November 10, 2018, 09:49:05 am »
It's getting colder again on the Mountain and some ice is starting to reform. I saw a video from Matt Bowman from Friday on Hillman's Highway. It looked very scratchy, but there was ice, albeit with a lot of running water. I guess if you are just really into it, and prepared to be taking your tools for a walk, it could be worth doing. That is if you are also prepared to just come home. Stay tuned 'cause it's getting cold over the next few daze.
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Re: Mount Washington: Huntington, Tuckerman, Kings Ravine, etc.
« Reply #108 on: November 12, 2018, 10:10:51 pm »
Some friends were in Tucks on Sunday and tried to climb Hillman's. While there was some ice, there was a lot of running water and they felt it was unsuitable.
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