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    Here's a picture looking towards the north from Kearsarge yesterday. It was a gorgeous day, about 30 on top with a 20 mph wind. I believe the snow capped peak in the middle is Cardigan. It would have been a perfect day had my dog not run away (she came back eventually).
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    Quote Originally Posted by loony
    Here's a picture looking towards the north from Kearsarge yesterday. It was a gorgeous day, about 30 on top with a 20 mph wind. I believe the snow capped peak in the middle is Cardigan. It would have been a perfect day had my dog not run away (she came back eventually).
    What was the trail like for hiking conditions?
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    The trail conditions were good. Hard frozen ground for almost the entire trail. There were some small areas of frozen waterfalls that were easy to get around. There were not any areas that were not easily negotiable. I didn't have any crampons. The snow was mainly on the trees. Although I could see the summits of the further north mountains seemed to be totally snow covered.

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    Perfect weather for me. Glad your dog made it back.

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