Mount Washington via Boott Spur Hike in NH ~ October 13

An ascent of the highest peak in the Northeast [6,288'] from the Pinkham Notch Trailhead. Count on a very full day! 

We'll ascend via the Boott Spur Trail and descend via the Tuckerman Ravine Trail.  Difficulty: 10.8 miles, about 4,300 Feet total vertical climb. At a 1.25 mile / hour average pace this is about an 8 hour hike. THIS IS NOT A DOG FRIENDLY HIKE.

Trip Difficulty: Very Strenuous

Special attractions include Crystal Cascade and unsurpassed views of Huntington Ravine, Tuckerman Ravine, the Mount Washington Valley, and the surrounding Presidential Peaks.

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