Posing on Mount Jefferson after the rocks finally thinned and the hiking was a bit easier on the feet
Views of the whites
Rocky trail across the high presidentials
Looking down at Lake of the Clouds Hut from Mt. Washington summit
Back at Mount Washington from Lake of the Clouds hut
Oops, wrong trail on the way down, and the night shadow is stretching further across the mountains
This trail got very steep at times, I hurried to try to get down these sections while the light held
Tikko still found time and energy to play with some sticks on the way down
View toward Cannon Mountain
The sign says it all
Tikko at the edge of Tuckerman's Ravine. People ski here in the winter!
On the trail up to Carter Hut and the Carter peaks
Tikko's getting braver about crossing the log bridges
Carter Lake, swimming anyone?
We made it up here, no problem!
But I'm not so sure about this one!
Posing against the rocky trail
Summit of South Carter
Tail over back
A little bit of a grin framed by spruce
On the summit of middle Carter
Pretty bog logs in the middle of the ridge
North Carter- (duh)
A red squirrel busy eating away at a pine cone- very engrossing
Some trees have already turned
A bit of a pull for the road back to the parking lot
Big Mama and baby moose near Pinkham notch center at the start of the Madison hike
Dogs chase and get chased. Barky bark bark.
Morning light on old Jackson road trail
That's our destination
Waiting on the rock
Tessa likes bridges
One for the calender.
The rocky summit of Mount Adams
Mount Washington, too bad about the auto road
The tough rocky trail was hard on feet
The bowl near Jefferson
Is this a trail or a rock pile?
Tikko thinks it's fun anyway
Agility dogs on a tough route to the summit
Pondering his next move
Madison hut below
Looking down on the hut
Phew, I made it. Tessa had a really hard time summiting Adams. She nearly didn't make it.
Saying a friendly hello to some hikers
Posing on Jefferson
Resting in a small grassy patch amidst the boulders
Almost up Mount Washington
Cairns marching into the distance
We went up Mount Clay, even though I found out later it doesn't count as a 4,000 footer officially
Still a ways to Washington
Standing in the sky
Down Clay, Washington, ho!