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    This shot HAS to show the ultimate switchbacks. Crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    That's on private property, you can only go there twice a year.
    My ex used to live right across the road growing up. I knew a few ways to get to the marker without cutting across the now deceased owners driveway. On more than one occasion I had to see the disappointment on peoples faces when they found out the situation.

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    Default Jerimoth Hill

    Actually, Jerimoth Hill is under new ownership and is open to the public. You can now scale this inaccessible peak without the fear of a pantload of rock salt courtesy of the previous owner's thirty ott six.

    Although many of the views from the pictures in this TR are similar to the views on the grueling trails of Jerimoth Hill, they were indeed taken on our recent trip to Mount Washington.

    The wind blew all the snow into Tuckerman Ravine. Really.

    KDT

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    Nice!!!

    My favorite is the shot of the chains held together with padlocks. Let's hope nobody in front of you has keys...

    This actually looks a bit like my regular morning walk at home in Rhode Island. We have several hills that look a lot like this - not just Jerimoth. Our dog is particularly fond of the ladders and chains.

    On a serious note: ARE ALL THE PEOPLE IN THESE PICTURES COMPLETELY NUTS!!!
    Mark

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    and break clear away, once in awhile,
    and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods.
    Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir


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    Absolutely spectacular. Where is that, really?

    Sure would love to give that a shot. Just not sure I'd like to try building those trails.

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    Acrophobe - Absolutely spectacular. Where is that, really?

    Sure would love to give that a shot. Just not sure I'd like to try building those trails.

    Mount Washington. Fisher Cat and his BIL Forester Jake built those trails.

    KDT

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    It's nice that they left some of the pines standing!
    Steve
    Is there really any BAD weather???

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    well
    以上 what i'm 遣い 対して seek ザ 峰
    i am a Summit Club member
    http://public.fotki.com/hvachawk/new pictures and videos

    If your not a OBS member yet then what are you waiting for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie
    well
    以上 what i'm 遣い 対して seek ザ 峰
    WOW, Charlie knows Chinese too. You and Emma should have lots to talk about then.
    Steve
    Is there really any BAD weather???

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    I thought that was one of the steps trails over on Mt Desert at Acadia.

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