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photo: The Northern Peaks of the Presidentials [ID:47]photo: Mount Washington over Jefferson's Knee [ID:48]photo: High Above the Summit [ID:49]photo: Into the Great Gulf [ID:50]photo: From Nelson Crag to Mount Clay [ID:51]photo: New England's Snowy Crown [ID:52]photo: The Southeast Snowfields [ID:53]photo: From Over Boott Spur [ID:54]photo: The Presidential Range (1) [ID:55]photo: The Presidential Range (2) [ID:56]photo: The Franconia Ridge [ID:57]photo: Mount Hancock (1) [ID:58]photo: Mount Hancock (2) [ID:59]photo: Webster Cliffs and the Presidential Range [ID:60]photo: Looking up the Montalban Ridge [ID:61]photo: Ravine of the Castles [ID:62]
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The Franconia Ridge [ID:57]
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The Franconia Ridge  [ info ]
Second highest ridgeline in the Northeast, the Franconia Ridge includes the 5,000 foot summits of Mount Lafayette and Mount Lincoln. The different characters of the eastern and westerns slopes of the Ridge are apparent in this image, taken from the south over Little Haystack – the western slope is rugged and in some places precipitous; the eastern slope is just as exposed, but has a gentler angle as it drops into the Pemigewasset wilderness.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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