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7 Jul 14
Mt. Flume and Mt. Liberty (1319/1359 m), Franconia Notch State Park
Due to a thunderstorm warning for the afternoon, there was only limited time for a hike. The relatively short, but interesting loop via Mt. Flume and Mt. Liberty seemed like a good option. Apart from the easy access via the Appalachian Trail, Mt. Flume can be reached via the Flume Slide trail, which starts out as an easy hike...
Published by felixbavaria 9 July 2014, 04h05 (Photos:16 | Comments:1)
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17 Feb 14
Mt. Monadnock (965m) in winter
[Deutsch siehe unten] For this hike, one could almost give a mountaneering grading. Even if the peak is not even 1000m high, in winter the conditions on Mt. Monadnock are actually similar to what you would expect on a 3500er in the Alps, except for crevasses and altitude sickness. We join Will and Bill on their weekly ascent...
Published by felixbavaria 20 February 2014, 02h58 (Photos:5)
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15 Feb 14
A failed attempt to climb Mt. Isolation (4003 ft) in winter
[Deutsch siehe unten] Climbing a mountain that is far, far away not only from Boston but also far away from the trailhead (14 miles round trip), in winter, after aptly named snowstorm "Pax" pacified the region by dropping 18 inches (50 cm) of snow? Well it might not have been the best idea, but at least it was a very...
Published by felixbavaria 19 February 2014, 01h30 (Photos:4)
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1 Feb 14
Mt. Cabot (4160ft / 1268m) - the northernmost 4000 footer in New Hampshire
[Deutsch siehe unten] Mt. Cabot is the northernmost 4000-footer in New Hampshire. Despite its relative remoteness and the restricted views, it seems to be a rather popular destination. Admittedly, it is an ideal winter hike peak that can be climbed even in unfavourable weather conditions because the trail is sheltered by trees...
Published by felixbavaria 3 February 2014, 00h21 (Photos:7)
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9 Nov 13
Mount Chocorua (3500ft / 1064m), one of the most rugged White Mountains
[Deutsch siehe unten] Mt. Chocorua, located in the southeastern part of the White Mountains, is a rugged and isolated mountain with a great view, which is easy to spot from many places around it. The rugged top allows for (requires) some rock scrambling. Sources claim that it is one of the most painted (or photographed)...
Published by felixbavaria 11 November 2013, 00h33 (Photos:14)
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13 Oct 13
Mt. Monadnock (3165ft / 965m) - der sanfte Granitriese
Der Mount Monadnock ist ein einzigartiger Inselberg. Trotz geringer Höhe reicht die Sicht übers Hügelland scheinbar unendlich weit. Die Wetterexposition sorgt für rauhes Klima und hochalpine Vegetation am Gipfel. Gründe genug für einen Besuch, allerdings hat die Sache einen Haken: Die Kombination aus alpinem Ambiente mit...
Published by felixbavaria 16 October 2013, 02h20 (Photos:21)
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29 Sep 13
Mt. Washington (6288ft / 1917m) - höchster Berg von New Hampshire
Der Mt. Washington ist der höchste Berg des Bundesstaates New Hampshire, Neuenglands und der nordöstlichen USA. Mit über 1800m Schartenhöhe handelt es sich um einen großartigen Aussichtsberg, bei klarem Wetter reicht die Sicht über 100 Meilen weit. Gründe genug, ihm einen Besuch abzustatten. Die Normalroute auf den...
Published by felixbavaria 2 October 2013, 03h30 (Photos:11)
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28 Sep 13
Cannon Mountain (4080ft/1244m) loop, Franconia Notch State Park (NH)
Im Norden des US-Bundesstaates New Hampshire befindet sich die amerikanische Version der Fränkischen - der Franconia Notch State Park. Generationen von Kletterern haben sich an den senkrechten Abstürzen des Cannon Mountain geübt. Für Wanderer geht's auf rustikalen Steigen hinauf, Bewegungsfaule können auch mit Amerikas...
Published by felixbavaria 1 October 2013, 02h24 (Photos:8)