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    Mt Crawford via Davis Path, Saturday 1/14

    A few shots from our hike of Mt Crawford, Saturday 1/14 via the Davis Path. Hillshounds worked great. One of the better "bang for the buck" hikes in the Whites!

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    Beautiful shots. Did you hike down in the dark?
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    No, we got down midafternoon. I deliberately underexposed that last shot...

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    I loved Crawford. Same approximate shot back in August.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaze View Post
    No, we got down midafternoon. I deliberately underexposed that last shot...
    Sneaky!

    Any shots of Montalban Ridge? I find the perspective on Mt Stairs to be very interesting. It also gives a great sense on the distance over to Isolation.
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    Not Montalban Ridge but a nice photo-stitch starting at Crawford Notch and running from Willey all the way to Boott Spur. Courtesy of KMan.
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    nice photos :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJsName View Post
    Any shots of Montalban Ridge? I find the perspective on Mt Stairs to be very interesting. It also gives a great sense on the distance over to Isolation.
    Will these do?

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    Quite lovely. I camped up there when I was quite young, and inexperienced. It's a stunning spot that I'll always remember. It was my second time there, the first being an out and back of Isolation via the Davis Path (I had a friend who was very ambitious). Fond memories.
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    Stairs and Resolution with Boott Spur over Stairs' shoulder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJsName View Post
    Sneaky!

    Any shots of Montalban Ridge? I find the perspective on Mt Stairs to be very interesting. It also gives a great sense on the distance over to Isolation.
    I only took one of Stairs, and wasn't thrilled with how it came out. But here it is! =)


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