Mount Washington and the northern Presies from the Wildcat ridge.
The steep climb up Wildcat Ridge from Pinkham Notch.
Panoramic view of the Presidential Range from Wildcat ridge.
A range of fall colors, all in one leaf.
An example of the rugged trail along Wildcat ridge, and the impressive rockwork needed to support hikers. It's even steeper than this photo makes it look!
A banana peel, left by a hiker near the summit of Wildcat D. "...but on a bare rock..."
Summit of Wildcat A, looking down into Carter Notch and beyond at Carter Dome, in the fading daylight.
Carter Notch hut.
Will helps prepare breakfast in Carter Notch hut.
The cozy dining area at Carter Notch hut.
View of the north side of Carter Notch from the ponds in the notch.
One of the ponds in Carter Notch.
A view into Carter Notch, with the hut and ponds visible at bottom, and Wildcat ridge behind, from an outlook on the climb up to Carter Dome.
Lelia on the summit of Carter Dome.
View of the Carter range from an outlook on Carter Dome; Hight is the first rocky knob, and Middle Carter is the prominent high point at center.
Panorama from the summit of Mount Hight in the Carter-Moriah range, with Carter Dome at left, the South and Middle Carters at center, and the Presidential Range on horizon left of center.
Bill, Lelia, and Will celebrate Lelia's 48th NH 4000-footer, on Middle Carter mountain with the Presidential Range behind.
Celebrating Lelia's 48th NH 4000-footer on Middle Carter mountain with the Presidential Range behind; with David, Lelia, Will, Lars, and Bill.
Lelia and Will at the Imp Face overlook.
Our route - from Glen Ellis falls in the lower left, over WIldcat Ridge to Carter Notch hut; then, over Carter Dome, Hight, South Carter and Middle Carter; then down the North Carter trai and the north side of the Imp Trail.