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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 Washington - The East Face  [ info ]
Some of the best known, and most visited, geographic features of the mountain can be seen in this photograph, from the broad ridge of Boott Spur on the left, through the snow-filled Tuckerman Ravine, the incipient cirque of Raymond Cataract, and the steep headwall of Huntington Ravine. In the woods on the lower slopes of the mountain, portions of the Cutler River, Tuckerman Ravine Trail, and Sherburne Ski Trail can be detected.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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