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photo: Mount Washington, Webster Cliffs in foreground [ID:17]photo: Snapshot: The Head of Crawford Notch [ID:18]photo: The Windswept Western Flank [ID:19]photo: Mount Pleasant [ID:20]photo: Ammonoosuc Ravine [ID:21]photo: The Cog Railway [ID:22]photo: Summit Cone, Alpine Garden [ID:23]photo: Huntington Ravine [ID:24]photo: Summit View [ID:25]photo: From above, Mount Washington's summit; Boott Spur beyond (1) [ID:26]photo: Over Carter Dome [ID:27]photo: Over Carter Dome - Mount Washington from the east. [ID:28]photo: Over Carter Dome and Wildcat Ridge [ID:29]photo: Mount Washington - The East Face [ID:30]photo: Huntington Ravine and the Summit Cone [ID:31]photo: Tuckerman Ravine (1) [ID:32]
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Mount Lafayette  [ info ]
Lafayette's Walker Ravine is bordered by heavily-traveled trails – the Old Bridle Path and the Franconia Ridge Trail – yet its steep and rugged slopes are far more often seen than visited. Even today, only a handful of summer or winter climbers dare penetrate to its steep rock, snow, and ice. The North Peak of Lafayette can be seen on the left; the small peak between Lafayette and Mount Lincoln can be seen along the ridge on the right.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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