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photo: Tuckerman Ravine (1) [ID:32]photo: Carter Dome and Mount Hight, over Wildcat [ID:33]photo: Tuckerman Ravine (2) [ID:34]photo: Cirques (1) [ID:35]photo: Mount Washington from over Jackson [ID:36]photo: Cirques (2) [ID:37]photo: Cirques (3) [ID:38]photo: Raymond's, Huntington, and the Cone [ID:39]photo: Tuckerman Ravine, from over Boott Spur [ID:40]photo: Oakes Gulf and Boott Spur [ID:41]photo: Oakes Gulf and Bigelow Lawn [ID:42]photo: East of Mount Monroe [ID:43]photo: Randolph View [ID:44]photo: The Great Gulf Headwall [ID:45]photo: From the Northeast [ID:46]photo: The Northern Peaks of the Presidentials [ID:47]
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The Great Gulf Headwall  [ info ]
The Great Gulf Headwall lies deep in winter shadow; direct sunlight may be as rare here in winter as the tread of hikers. Even in summer, the trail up the Headwall is a challenging scramble. Mount Clay's eastern face, equally rugged, lies in bright sunshine in this photograph. On the left of the photo, the thin tracery of the Mount Washington Carriage Road can be seen here and there as it wends its way to the summit.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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