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Raymond's, Huntington, and the Cone [ID:39]
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Raymond's, Huntington, and the Cone  [ info ]
On the eastern side of Mount Washington, the shallow Ravine of Raymond Cataract is a notable feature, though in this photo its waterfall is hidden under snow. Raymond's is not as well known as its northern neighbor, Huntington Ravine, with its lower snow-filled bowl and its upper beetling crags, threaded with steep ice gullies. A snowy summit cone looms above both ravines.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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