Mount Washington

Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern US and the most prominent peak in the Eastern US. It is famous for its dangerously erratic weather - be prepared for huge swings in weather. The peak long held the world record for the highest wind gust directly measured at the Earth's surface, 231 mph. Many trails lead to the summit, including the Appalachian Trail, which crosses the summit. Lakes of the Clouds Hut, one of the Appalachian Mountain Club's eight mountain huts, is located on one of the mountain's shoulders. The mountain has two prominent glacial cirques. Craggy Huntington Ravine offers rock and ice climbing in an alpine setting. And by far the more famous Tuckerman Ravine is New England's classic late-spring pilgrimage for spring backcountry skiing as late as June.

Mount Washington SUMMIT LOG peakery first ascent by wskendal

765 members report climbing or hiking to the summit, most recently on Nov 12, 2016. Below are trip reports and shared pictures from their climbs.

Others who’ve summited Mount Washington

  • wskendal
  • scott
  • tdgrein
  • snodough
  • willirq
  • avizaaj
  • spencernowak
  • COdeacon
  • TrishAlexSage
  • theczar
  • realhillboarding
  • howland.david
  • VipAdventurers
  • StoneMan
  • jughillmills
  • sli74
  • shandril
  • akrasny94
  • adkapple
  • Anathemus
  • agoulette
  • hiking4000
  • hyland03276
  • hikingdrummer
  • NHsummergirl
  • kbomb
  • rscimagery
  • galvinami
  • cellsman
  • spebarto
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Routes Used trails & approaches

6% Tuckerman Ravine to Lions Head

5% Tuckermans Ravine

5% Tuckerman's Ravine Trail

5% Auto Road

4% Lions Head to Tuckerman Ravine

4% Lions Head

4% Tuckerman Ravine Trail

3% Appalachian Trail

3% ammonoosuc ravine trail

3% Jewell Trail

3% Lion's Head Trail

2% Presidential Traverse

2% boot spur

2% Amonoosuc Ravine Trail to Crawford Path

2% Huntingtons Ravine

2% Lions Head Winter Route

2% AT

2% Jewell

1% Amoonusuc Ravine

1% Crawford Path from Monroe

1% Gulfside Trail to Jewell Trail

1% Crawford Path

1% Tuckerman Ravine

1% Lions Head to Hermit Lake Shelter to Tuckerman

1% Gulfside Trail

1% Cog Railway

1% boot spur-camel trail-AT

1% Lion's Head to Tuckerman's Ravine

1% Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail to Crawford Path

1% Boott Spur Trail

1% Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail & Crawford Path

1% Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail to Lake of the Clouds Hut, Monroe Loop over Mt Monroe, to Crawford Path to the Summit

1% Great Gulf

1% same way back to Perch

0% Nelson Crag Trail to Alpine Garden Trail to Tuckerman Crossover

0% Crawford Path to Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail

0% Gulfside to Westside to Crawford Path

0% South Gully

0% Old Jackson Road, Nelson Crag Trail,

0% Crawford Path to Monroe

0% Edmunds Path

0% Wamsutta

0% Nelson Crag Trail to Old Jackson Road

0% Huntington Ravine Trail > Pinnacle Gully

0% Gulfside Trail to Clay Loop Trail

0% Direttissma to Glen Boulder Trail to Davis Path to Lawn Cutoff

0% Crawford Path to Webster Cliff Trail to Saco River Trail to Sam Willley Trail

0% Alternate loop from main trail

0% Aerial Tram-kids were wiped!!

0% Gulfside Trail to Osgood Trail to Great Gulf Trail

0% Along The Cog

0% Ammonusuc Ravine Trail

0% Lion's Head to Tuckerman's Ravine to Boott Spur via Boott Spur Link

0% Webster Cliff Trail to Crawford Path

0% Bike road 100% of the time :)

0% Amonoosuc Ravine

0% Tuckerman Ravine Trail, Lion's Head Trail, Tuckerman's Ravine Trail

0% Huntington Ravine Central Gully

0% Gulfside from Clay

0% Glen boulder

0% Trinity Heights Connector, Gulfside & Jewell Trails

0% AT to Jefferson Loop Trail, Adams (Israel Ridge) - Madison Springs Hutt

0% Great Gulf Trail to Gulfside Trail to Jewell Trail

0% Ammunoosuc Ravine

0% Gulfside trail to Trinity Heights Connector

0% Huntington Ravine Trail

0% Crawford to Davis Path to Boot Spurr

0% Hike from Perch lean to along way do Jefferson and Clay

0% Crawford Path to Jewell Trail


  • PatOConnell PatOConnell
    commented on May 3, 2011
    Been up in summer and young winter, and it's been a blast both times. Hit some 90 mph gusts one day at the summit, and it was incredible. Nothing else like it for thousands of miles.
  • sebastianmacias sebastianmacias
    commented on May 19, 2011
    Nice Mountain
  • sebastianmacias sebastianmacias
    commented on May 19, 2011
    it's nice!

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