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Pinkham Notch

The steep, glaciated walls of Pinkham Notch can be seen in this topographic map.
Elevation 2,032 ft (619 m)
Location New Hampshire, United States
Range White Mountains
Coordinates 44.2576° N 71.2537° W
Topo map USGS Stairs Mountain, Jackson, Carter Dome, Mount Washington
Transversed by NH Rte. 16

Pinkham Notch is a mountain pass located in the White Mountains of north-central New Hampshire, United States. The notch rises to 2,032 ft (619 m),[1] and is a result of extensive erosion by the Laurentide ice sheet during the Wisconsinian ice age. Due to such glaciation, Pinkham Notch was eroded into a glacial "U-shaped" valley whose walls are formed by the Presidential, Wildcat, and Carter-Moriah Ranges. Due to the volatility of the area's climate and sudden increases in elevation, a number of ecosystems have developed at different elevations throughout the notch, including several of rare or endemic nature. A topographical summit is a point on a surface which is higher in elevation than all points immediately adjacent to it. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... A mountain range is a group of mountains bordered by lowlands or separated from other mountain ranges by passes or rivers. ... This article is about the White Mountains of New Hampshire. ... Map of Earth showing lines of latitude (horizontally) and longitude (vertically), Eckert VI projection; large version (pdf, 1. ... It has been suggested that Topographic profile be merged into this article or section. ... The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific agency of the United States government. ... New Hampshire Route 16 is a north–south highway that is the main route on the New Hampshire side of much of its border with Maine, connecting the seacoast to the Lakes Region and White Mountains. ... In a range of hills, or especially of mountains, a pass (also gap, notch, col, saddle, bwlch or bealach) is a lower point that allows easier access through the range. ... This article is about the White Mountains of New Hampshire. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... In a range of hills, or especially of mountains, a pass (also gap, notch, col, saddle, bwlch or bealach) is a lower point that allows easier access through the range. ... This article is about a foot as a unit of length. ... The metre, or meter (US), is a measure of length. ... The Laurentide ice sheet was a massive sheet of ice that covered hundreds of thousands of square miles, including most of Canada and a large portion of the northern United States, between ~ 90,000 and ~ 18,000 years before the present day. ... The Wisconsin (in North America), Weichsel (in Scandinavia), Devensian (in the British Isles), Midlandian (in Ireland) and Würm glaciation (in the Alps) are the most recent glaciations of the Pleistocene, which ended around 10,000 BC. The general glacial advance began about 70,000 BC, and reached its maximum...


The notch was discovered in 1784 by Jeremy Belknap, but its isolation among high mountains prevented further development for several years. However, the construction of New Hampshire Route 16 has led to increased accessibility and a rise in tourism. Its location now makes it a hub for hiking and skiing in the Eastern United States. New Hampshire Route 16 is a north–south highway that is the main route on the New Hampshire side of much of its border with Maine, connecting the seacoast to the Lakes Region and White Mountains. ... Red shows states east of the Mississippi River, pink shows states not fully eastern or western The U.S. Eastern states are the states east of the Mississippi River. ...

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Geography

The notch separates the Presidential Range, which forms the western wall, from the Wildcat Range, which forms the eastern wall. Two rivers drain the notch; the Ellis River drains the south end and is a tributary of the Saco, and the Peabody River drains the north end and is a tributary of the Androscoggin.[1] This article concerns the best-known Presidential Range; for the range of the same name in the Green Mountains of Vermont, see Presidential Range. ... Wildcat Mountain is a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... The Ellis River is a 16. ... Categories: US geography stubs | Maine rivers ... The Androscoggin River is a river in the US states of Maine and New Hampshire, in northern New England. ...

Mount Washington, which forms the western wall of Pinkham Notch, holds several glacial cirques. From left to right are Tuckerman Ravine, the Ravine of Raymond Cataract, and Huntington Ravine.
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Mount Washington, which forms the western wall of Pinkham Notch, holds several glacial cirques. From left to right are Tuckerman Ravine, the Ravine of Raymond Cataract, and Huntington Ravine.

The bulk of the western slope of the notch is formed by Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeast United States, reaching 6,288 ft (1,917 m) above sea level.[2] Mount Washington rises almost 4,000 feet from the floor of the notch.[1] A number of glacial cirques are found on this side of the notch. The Great Gulf and its tributary cirques form the largest cirque in the White Mountains.[3] South of the Great Gulf is Huntington Ravine, with a rocky, precipitous headwall renowned for its rock and ice climbing.[4] The slope then dips into the Ravine of Raymond Cataract, a non-glacial "V-shaped" valley with a notable waterfall.[3] After this comes Tuckerman Ravine, with a uniform, smoother headwall that is known for its high-quality skiing.[5] After passing the Gulf of Slides, a smaller and lesser-known cirque,[3] the notch opens up and continues until Jackson. Tuckerman Ravine viewed from the Boott Spur Trail Tuckerman Ravine (called casually Tucks) is a glacial cirque sloping down eastward on the southeast face of Mt. ... Mount Washington (formerly Agiocochook) is, at 6,288 ft. ... A cirque is an amphitheatre-like valley of glacial origin, formed by glacial erosion at the head of the glacier. ... Tuckerman Ravine viewed from the Boott Spur Trail Tuckerman Ravine (called casually Tucks) is a glacial cirque sloping down eastward on the southeast face of Mt. ... Jackson is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ...


The eastern slope of the notch consists of the Wildcat and Carter-Moriah Ranges, slightly lower than the Presidential Range to the west. The Wildcat Range consists of five peaks, named A, B, C, D, and E from northeast to southwest in order of height.[6] Wildcat A is the highest, at 4,422 feet (1,348 m).[1] From the main ridge, the slopes drop very steeply, but not precipitously, to the floor of the notch. The Wildcat Mountain Ski Resort occupies the western slopes of Wildcat up to the col between D and E peaks.[7] As the notch rounds E peak, the slope becomes extremely steep, and Wildcat Ridge begins to drop to the end of the notch. The Carter-Moriah Range of mountains is located in the White Mountains, in Coos County, New Hampshire. ...


The Carter-Moriah Range lies to the north of Wildcat Ridge, forming the eastern side of Pinkham Notch all the way to the Androscoggin River.[8] From south to north, the peaks overlooking the notch are Carter Dome (4,832 ft / 1,473 m), Mount Hight (4,675 ft / 1,425 m), South Carter Mountain (4,420 ft / 1,347 m), Middle Carter Mountain (4,600 ft / 1,402 m), North Carter Mountain (4,530 ft / 1,381 m), Imp Mountain (3,720 ft / 1,134 m), and Mount Moriah (4,049 ft / 1,234 m).[9] Carter Dome is a mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. ... South Carter Mountain is a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Middle Carter Mountain is a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Mount Moriah is a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ...


Environment

The climate, and as a result, the flora and fauna, of Pinkham Notch varies greatly with elevation. As elevations increase on the walls of the notch, climate and ecosystems change to those of increasingly northern occurrence. Biomes range from a low-elevation northern hardwood forest at the base of Mount Washington to alpine-arctic vegetation near the summit usually found at the latitude of Labrador.[10] A temperate hardwood forest is a type of forest found in temperate zones around the globe. ... This article is about the region in Canada. ...


Below 2,500 ft (762 m) — Northern Hardwood Forest

The lowest elevations of Pinkham Notch are occupied by a northern hardwood forest. This forest type is primarily deciduous, and consists primarily of sugar maple, American beech, and yellow birch.[11] There is also a proliferation of understory and forest floor plants. Common examples include wild sasparilla, painted trillium, hobblebush, and Indian cucumber-root.[12] Binomial name Acer saccharum Marshall The Sugar Maple Acer saccharum is a prominent tree in the hardwood forests of eastern North America. ... Binomial name Fagus grandifolia Ehrenb. ... Binomial name Betula alleghaniensis Britt. ... Sarsaparilla is a vine that bears roots with many useful properties. ... Species See text. ... Species About 150 species; see text Viburnum (Viburnum) is a genus of about 175 species of shrubs or (in a few species) small trees that were previously included in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae. ...


The northern hardwood forest also contains the greatest diversity of animal life in the notch.[13] Mammals include chipmunks, raccoons, white-tailed deer, black bears, and moose.[13]There is also a large number of birds in this forest; frequently seen are red-eyed vireos, hermit thrushes, and ovenbirds.[13] Amphibians are also found in the northern hardwood forest. Red efts, the terrestrial stage of development for the red-spotted newt, congregate in large numbers after heavy rains; also present are American toads, spring peepers, and wood frogs.[13] This article is about the animal. ... For the animated television series see The Raccoons Binomial name Procyon lotor (Linnaeus, 1758) The Common Raccoon (Procyon lotor), often just called the Raccoon, is a mammal native to America. ... Binomial name Odocoileus virginianus Zimmermann, 1780 The White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), also known as the Virginia deer, is a medium-sized deer found throughout most of the continental United States, southern Canada, Mexico, Central America and northern portions of South America as far south as Peru. ... Binomial name Ursus americanus Pallas, 1780 The American black bear (Ursus americanus), also known as the cinnamon bear, is the most common bear species native to North America. ... Binomial name Alces alces (Linnaeus, 1758) Moose range map Alces alces, called the moose in North America and the elk in Europe (see also elk for other animals called elk) is the largest member of the deer family Cervidae, distinguished from other members of Cervidae by the form of the... Binomial name Catharus guttatus (Pallas, 1811) The Hermit Thrush, Catharus guttatus, is a medium-sized thrush. ... Binomial name Seiurus aurocapillus (Linnaeus,, 1766) The Ovenbird, Seiurus aurocapillus, is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. ... Binomial name Notophthalmus viridescens Rafinesque, 1820 The Eastern Newt is a common newt in eastern North America. ... Binomial name Bufo americanus (Holbrook, 1836) Habitat range of B. americanus The American toad (Bufo americanus) is a common species of toad found throughout the eastern United States and Canada. ... Binomial nomenclature Pseudacris crucifer Wied-Neuwied (1838) The spring peeper, also known as the hyla and Pseudacris crucifer, is a small tree frog widespread throughout the eastern USA. The spring peeper is a small frog, attaining an adult size between 0. ... Binomial name Rana sylvatica LeConte, 1825 Wood Frog range Wood Frog is the common name given to Rana sylvatica. ...


At around 2,000 feet (610 m), species from higher forest zones begin to mix with the northern hardwoods in what is known as the "transition zone". As elevation within this zone increases, species from the lower hardwood forest begin to drop out. By 2,500 feet, yellow birch is the only deciduous species that remains, and the forest becomes a spruce-fir forest.[14]


2,500 ft (762 m) – 4,000 ft (1216 m): Spruce-Fir Forest

Due to colder temperatures, increased moisture, and acidic, less fertile soils, conifers, or "softwoods" become the dominant species. Two trees, red spruce and balsam fir, are present throughout this zone, with paper birch, striped maple and mountain ash present in its lower levels [15]. Like the hardwood forest below it, the spruce-fir forest also holds understory plants; commonly found are wood sorrel, Indian pipes, Canada mayflowers, and bluebead lilies.[15] Fungi are also common in the moist environment. Binomial name Picea rubensSarg. ... Binomial name Abies balsamea (L.) Mill. ... Binomial name Betula papyrifera Marsh. ... Binomial name Acer pensylvanicum L. The Striped Maple or Moosewood (Acer pensylvanicum) is a small tree of northern forests in eastern North America from southern Ontario east to New Brunswick and south to eastern Illinois and New Jersey, and also at high elevations in the Appalachian Mountains much farther south... Mount McKinley (Denali) in Alaska (USA) has the highest visible base-to-summit elevation on Earth (approximately 5400 metres). ... Species See text Oxalis is the largest genus in the wood sorrel family Oxalidaceae. ... Binomial name Monotropa uniflora L. Monotropa uniflora, also known as the Ghost Plant or Indian Pipe, is a herbaceous perennial plant, formerly classified in the family Monotropaceae, but now included within the Ericaceae. ... Binomial name Maianthemum Canadense or Cows Parsnip Is a dominant understory perrenial lilly common amongst sub-boreal conifer forests in the Northern US and Canada. ...


Most of the animals in the spruce-fir forest have ranges that extend into the balsam fir forest higher up.[16]Warblers are abundant; more than ten species exist in this forest type.[16] Other common birds include brown-capped chickadees, spruce grouse, and yellow-capped woodpeckers. Mammals include the red squirrel and the pine marten.[16] There are three groups of passerine birds, order Passeriformes, which are called warblers. ... Binomial name Parus hudsonicus (Forster, 1772) The Boreal Chickadee, Parus hudsonicus or Poecile hudsonica, is a small songbird. ... Binomial name Falcipennis canadensis (Linnaeus, 1758) The Spruce Grouse, Falcipennis canadensis, is a medium-sized grouse. ... Binomial name Sciurus vulgaris Linnaeus, 1758 The red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris), is a species of tree squirrels (genus Sciurus). ... Binomial name Martes martes (Linnaeus, 1758) ususlly they are bathed in a crocidile fecility. ...


4,000 ft (1216 m) to Timberline — Balsam Fir Forest

As elevation continues to increase, only the hardiest trees remain in the forest, which is composed almost exclusively of balsam fir.[17] Most of the understory plants and animals from the upper spruce-fir zone, however, can be found in this forest. Moisture causes nutrients to be stripped from the soil and brought to lower elevations, and decomposition takes place at a rate that is too slow to replenish them.[17]


In the upper reaches of the balsam fir zone, winds and temperatures are extreme enough to force the trees into stunted, "bonsai-like" shapes. Known as krummholz, from the German word for "crooked wood", trees in this area are often bent into bizarre shapes by the combined effects of wind, temperature, and airborne ice particles.[17] Branches that are perpendicular to the prevailing winds are often killed, leaving "flag trees" that point in the direction of the wind.[17] Eventually, conditions become extreme enough to prevent any tree growth; the elevation at which this occurs is known as treeline, and usually occurs at around 4,500 feet in the White Mountains, depending on wind exposure.[18] In this view of an alpine tree-line, the distant line looks particularly sharp. ... In this view of an alpine tree-line, the distant line looks particularly sharp. ...


Above Timberline — The Alpine Zone

On the highest slopes of the west wall of the notch, trees are unable to grow, and an "alpine zone" of alpine-arctic vegetation exists.[19] Vegetation in this zone tends to be lichens, sedges or small, low-lying plants that can resist the constant exposure to the wind. Most plants in this area are perennial; the growing season is far too short to allow for annuals. Lichenes from Ernst Haeckels Artforms of Nature, 1904 Crustose and foliose lichens on a wall A foliose lichen on basalt. ...


Alpine plants usually occur in communities spaced between barren talus slopes. Cushion-shaped diapensia usually grows in communities in the windiest areas, and in less exposed sites sedge, heath, snowbank, and alpine bog communities can be found.[20] Scree or detritic cone is a term given to broken rock that appears at the bottom of crags, mountain cliffs or valley shoulders. ... Binomial name Diapensia lapponica L. Subspecies subsp. ... Genera See text The family Cyperaceae, or the Sedge family, is a taxon of monocot flowering plants that superficially resemble grasses or rushes. ... Genera See text The plant Family Ericaceae (Heath Family) or ericaceous plants are mostly lime-hating or calcifuge plants that thrive in acid soils. ...


History

Pinkham Notch was originally a riverine, "V-shaped" valley until the Laurentide Ice Sheet shaped it into its current form, a "U-shaped" valley.[21] This shaping occurred during the Wisconsinian Ice Age, 25–50,000 years ago.[22] The geology of the region became greatly altered by this event; much of the weaker rock was stripped from the region, leaving only highly-resistant mica schist.[23] As the glaciers retreated, a layer of glacial till was deposited, including several glacial erratics.[24] The most notable glacial erratic in the area is Mount Washington's Glen Boulder.[25] The Laurentide ice sheet was a massive sheet of ice that covered hundreds of thousands of square miles, including most of Canada and a large portion of the northern United States, between ~ 90,000 and ~ 18,000 years before the present day. ... The Wisconsin (in North America), Weichsel (in Scandinavia), Devensian (in the British Isles), Midlandian (in Ireland) and Würm glaciation (in the Alps) are the most recent glaciations of the Pleistocene, which ended around 10,000 BC. The general glacial advance began about 70,000 BC, and reached its maximum... Schist The schists form a group of medium-grade metamorphic rocks, chiefly notable for the preponderance of lamellar minerals such as micas, chlorite, talc, hornblende, graphite, and others. ... A glacier is a large, long-lasting river of ice that is formed on land and moves in response to gravity. ...


The notch was first visited in 1784, when an expedition led by Jeremy Belknap camped in the notch before ascending to the summit of Mount Washington through Huntington Ravine.[26]. Pinkham Notch was far more isolated than neighboring Crawford Notch; as a result, the first settler of Pinkham Notch came in 1827, 43 years after habitation of Crawford Notch.[27] The first settler, Hayes Copp, built a homestead in the then-uninhabited area, near where the Dolly Copp campground stands today.[27] Mount Washington was the main attraction in the area; a bridle path was constructed from the Glen House to hotels on the summit, which was later improved into what would become the Mount Washington Auto Road. Completion of the road in 1861 led to a massive increase in tourism.[28] Crawford Notch is the steep and narrow gorge of the Saco River in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, located almost entirely within the town of Harts Location. ...


Meanwhile, logging began in the Pinkham area. After almost total deforestation of the White Mountain region, the White Mountain National Forest was created in 1911, and the Mount Washington area was added to the national forest in 1914.[29] With the preservation of the area, emphasis shifted from logging to recreation. The Appalachian Mountain Club converted a logging camp near the height-of-land into what is now the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center in 1921.[30] The Appalachian Trail was built through the visitor center, making it an important trailhead for ascents of Mount Washington. Meanwhile, ski trails began to be constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps on Wildcat Mountain, and the ski resort was opened in 1958.[7] Map of White Mountains National Forest. ... Looking south on the Franconia Ridge Trail AMC Headquarters, 5 Joy Street, Boston, Massachusetts. ... A water divide, or watershed, is relatively high ground between water basins. ... The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, generally known as the Appalachian Trail or simply The A.T., is a 2,174 mile (3500 km) marked hiking trail in the eastern United States, extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. ... Civilian Conservation Corps workers restoring the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. ...


Recreation

Pinkham Notch is easily accessible by New Hampshire Route 16. Numerous opportunities for recreation exist in the area. New Hampshire Route 16 is a north–south highway that is the main route on the New Hampshire side of much of its border with Maine, connecting the seacoast to the Lakes Region and White Mountains. ...


Hiking

Lost Pond in Pinkham Notch
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Lost Pond in Pinkham Notch

Mount Washington is a common objective, and is often climbed from Pinkham Notch. There are numerous trail approaches from the Appalachian Mountain Club's visitor's center. Although trail distances seem short, the trip to the summit should not be underestimated; most trail approaches involve at least 4,000 vertical feet (1,200 m) of climbing, including an ascent of the rocky summit cone and the boulder-strewn upper slopes.[31] Weather changes very quickly, and one must be prepared for extreme conditions. The Tuckerman Ravine Trail is the most popular trail in the notch, ascending to the summit via the headwall of Tuckerman Ravine.[32] The Huntington Ravine Trail is widely considered the most difficult trail in New Hampshire, making its way up the precipitous headwall of neighboring Huntington Ravine, where there are several rock climbing opportunities.[33] Mount Washington (formerly Agiocochook) is, at 6,288 ft. ... Looking south on the Franconia Ridge Trail AMC Headquarters, 5 Joy Street, Boston, Massachusetts. ...


On the other side of the notch, the Wildcat Range is a popular objective. The five summits can be reached via the Wildcat Ridge Trail; the first two miles are extremely difficult, and require skill on short, yet exposed, rock scrambles.[34] This part of the trail is frequently bypassed by following the ski area's Polecat Trail to the summit of D Peak.[35] Scrambling on Crib Goch, Snowdonia, Wales Scrambling is a method of ascending rocky faces and ridges. ...


The Appalachian Trail, which extends over 2,150 miles (3,450 km) from Georgia to Maine,[36] runs along the Presidential Range before crossing the notch and ascending to the summits of the Wildcat Range.[37] The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, generally known as the Appalachian Trail or simply The A.T., is a 2,174 mile (3500 km) marked hiking trail in the eastern United States, extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ...


There are also less challenging hikes that are equally scenic, yet better suited for families with young children. Popular objectives include Glen Ellis Falls, a waterfall on the Ellis River, and Square Ledge, with an impressive view of Mount Washington for modest effort.[38]


Skiing

The Wildcat Range, as seen from Tuckerman Ravine, forms the eastern slope of Pinkham Notch. A ski area operates on the range's northwestern face.
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The Wildcat Range, as seen from Tuckerman Ravine, forms the eastern slope of Pinkham Notch. A ski area operates on the range's northwestern face.

The area also has many opportunities for both alpine and nordic skiing. The bowl of Tuckerman Ravine is famous for its extremely steep backcountry skiing.[39] Long lines are common during the peak spring-skiing season of April and May. Wildcat Mountain offers groomed ski trails and lifts, and is a better choice for less-experienced skiers. The centerpiece of the ski-area is the gondola, which runs during the summer, and offers views of the Presidentials with no expended effort.[7] Deep powder skiing An alpine skier Members of the US Air Force skiing (and snowboarding) at Keystone Resorts 14th Annual SnoFest Skiing is the activity of gliding over snow using skis (originally wooden planks, now usually made from fiberglass or related composites), with metal edges, strapped to the feet... Cross-country skiing (also known as XC skiing) is a winter sport popular in many countries with large snowfields, primarily Northern Europe and Canada. ... Gondola lift in Engelberg. ...


For nordic skiing, Great Glen Trails offers a large, groomed trail system that also includes the lower half of the Auto Road.[40] Several warming huts are scattered around the trail system, including scenic Great Angel Cabin, with views of the Great Gulf and surrounding peaks.[41] Great Glen also permits biking on the trails during the summer, and is the only mountain bike facility in the notch. Another cross-country trail system exists in the town of Jackson, extending as far as the summit of Wildcat Mountain.[42] Jackson is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ...


See also

Mount Washington (formerly Agiocochook) is, at 6,288 ft. ... Crawford Notch is the steep and narrow gorge of the Saco River in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, located almost entirely within the town of Harts Location. ... This article is about the White Mountains of New Hampshire. ...

References

  1. ^ a b c d USGS 7.5 Minute Topographic Map Series: Mount Washington, Stairs Mountain, Carter Dome, Jackson Quadrangles
  2. ^ Daniell, Gene, and Smith, Steven D. White Mountain Guide. 27th ed. AMC Books, 2003. ISBN 1-929173-22-9. 9
  3. ^ a b c Daniell and Smith 11
  4. ^ Randall, Peter. Mount Washington: A Guide and Short History. University Press of New England, 1974. ISBN 0-87451-089-9. 138
  5. ^ Randall 131
  6. ^ Daniell and Smith 384
  7. ^ a b c [1] History of Wildcat Mountain Ski Resort. Wildcat Mountain. 2001. Retrieved 9 Sept 2006
  8. ^ Daniell and Smith 384–385
  9. ^ Daniell and Smith 385
  10. ^ Stier, Maggie and McAdow, Ron. Into the Mountains. AMC Books, 1995. ISBN 1-878239-30-9. 240
  11. ^ Slack, Nancy G. and Bell, Alison W. Field Guide to the New England Alpine Summits. AMC Books, 1995. ISBN 1-878239-38-4. pp. 19–21
  12. ^ Slack and Bell 20
  13. ^ a b c d Slack and Bell 21
  14. ^ Slack and Bell 15
  15. ^ a b Slack and Bell 22–24
  16. ^ a b c Slack and Bell 24-25
  17. ^ a b c d Slack and Bell 24–29
  18. ^ Monkman, Jerry and Monkman, Marcy. Discover the White Mountains of New Hampshire. AMC Books, 2001. ISBN 1-878239-88-0
  19. ^ Slack and Bell 30–32
  20. ^ Slack and Bell 69–78
  21. ^ Randall 115
  22. ^ Alden, Peter and Cassie, Brian National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England. Chanticlear Press, 1998. ISBN 0-679-44676-1. pp 18—19
  23. ^ Randall 115
  24. ^ Randall 115–116
  25. ^ Daniell and Smith 29
  26. ^ Stier and McAdow 248
  27. ^ a b Randall 9
  28. ^ Randall 15
  29. ^ Randall 16
  30. ^ Randall 142
  31. ^ Daniell and Smith 3
  32. ^ Daniell and Smith 20–21
  33. ^ Daniell and Smith 24–26
  34. ^ Daniell and Smith 389–391
  35. ^ Daniell and Smith 390
  36. ^ The Appalachian Trail changes in length from year to year due to reroutes and other changes in the trail. An exact length is almost impossible to ascertain. For more information, see [2] "Frequently Asked Questions Reveal Details on Thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail" Appalachian Mountain Club. Accessed 2 October 2006.
  37. ^ Daniell and Smith 2 and 384
  38. ^ Daniell and Smith 11 and 432
  39. ^ Randall 131
  40. ^ Daniell and Smith 6
  41. ^ [3] "Mountain Biking" Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center. Retrieved 29 September 2006.
  42. ^ [4] "Jackson, New Hampshire: The Number 1 Cross-Country Ski Area in the Eastern United States" Jackson XC. Retrieved 29 September 2006.

Further Reading

  • Daniell, Gene, and Smith, Steven D. White Mountain Guide. 27th ed. AMC Books, 2003. ISBN 1-929173-22-9.
  • Randall, Peter. Mount Washington: A Guide and Short History. University Press of New England, 1974. ISBN 0-87451-089-9.
  • Slack, Nancy G. and Bell, Allison W. Field Guide to the New England Alpine Summits. AMC Books, 1995. ISBN 1-878239-38-4.
  • Stier, Maggie and McAdow, Ron. Into the Mountains: Stories of New England's Most Celebrated Peaks. AMC Books, 1995. ISBN 1-878239-30-9.
  • Monkman, Jerry, and Monkman, Marcy. Discover the White Mountains of New Hampshire. AMC Books, 2001. ISBN 1-878239-88-0.

External links

  • Pinkham Notch on Topozone
  • Pinkham Notch Visitor Center
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S. state of New Hampshire, and its sole appellate court seated in Concord. ... This list of regions of the United States includes official (governmental) and non-official areas within the borders of the United States, not including U.S. states, the federal district of Washington, D.C. or standard subentities such as cities or counties. ... The Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee area of the U.S. state of New Hampshire, also frequently known as the Upper Valley, spans from Bradford northwest along Interstate 89 to New Hampshires border with Vermont at the city of Lebanon. ... The Great North Woods Region is located at the northern tip of New Hampshire, U.S.A., north of the White Mountains Region. ... The Lakes Region of New Hampshire is the mid-state area surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam Lake, and Squam Lake. ... The Merrimack Valley Region is an area of south-central New Hampshire, approximately 35 miles wide, centered on the Merrimack River, and running from Canterbury south to the Massachusetts border. ... The Monadnock Region is a region in southwestern New Hampshire. ... The Seacoast Region is the southeast area of the U.S. state of New Hampshire. ... The White Mountains Region is located in northern New Hampshire. ... www. ... Carroll County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... Cheshire County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... Coos County (pronounced CO-ahss with two syllables, and sometimes rendered as Coös County) is a county in the U.S. state of New Hampshire, including the whole of the states northern panhandle. ... Grafton County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... Hillsborough County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... Merrimack County is a county in the state of New Hampshire. ... Rockingham County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... Strafford County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... Sullivan County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire. ... List of cities in New Hampshire, arranged in alphabetical order. ... Berlin is a city located on the Androscoggin River in north-eastern Coos County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 10,331. ... Claremont is a city located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of one dumb guy. ... Official website: www. ... Dover is a small city located in Strafford County, New Hampshire, in the United States of America. ... Franklin is a city located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at the merging of the Pemigewasset and Winnipesaukee Rivers to form the Merrimack River. ... Nickname: Elm City Location Location within New Hampshire Government County Cheshire Settled Incorporated   Town   City 1734 1753 1873 Mayor City Council Michael E.J. Blastos Charles H. Redfern Angelo D. DiBernardo, Jr. ... Location Location in Belknap County, New Hampshire Coordinates , Government Counties Belknap County City Council Matthew J. Lahey, Mayor Geographical characteristics Area     City 26. ... Nickname: Queen City Location in Hillsborough County Coordinates: Country United States State New Hampshire County Hillsborough County Incorporated 1751 Mayor Frank Guinta (R) Area    - City 90. ... Nickname: Gate City Location in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire Coordinates: Country United States State New Hampshire County Hillsborough Incorporated 1746 Mayor Bernard A. Streeter (Rep) Area    - City 82. ... Location Location in Rockingham County, New Hampshire Coordinates , Government County Rockingham County City Manager John P. Bohenko Geographical characteristics Area     City 16. ... Rochester is a city in Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 28,461, the largest in the seacoast region. ... Somersworth is a city located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... This is a complete list of towns in New Hampshire, arranged in alphabetical order. ... Acworth is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Albany is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Alexandria is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 1,329. ... Allenstown is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Alstead is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Railroad Station and Wharf, Alton Bay, NH Alton is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Amherst is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Andover is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Antrim is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Ashland is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 1,955. ... Atkinson is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 6,178. ... Auburn is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Barnstead is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Barrington is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Bartlett is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Bath is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Map of New Hampshires 234 municipalities with Bedford shaded in yellow. ... Belmont is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Bennington is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Benton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Bethlehem is a hillside town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Boscawen is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... This article is about the bow as a place in New Hampshire. ... Bradford is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Brentwood is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Bridgewater is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Bristol is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Brookfield is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Brookline is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 4,181. ... Campton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Canaan is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Candia is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Canterbury is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Carroll is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Center Harbor is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Location in Sullivan County, New Hampshire Coordinates: Country United States State New Hampshire County Sullivan County Incorporated 1783 Board of Selectmen Brenda Ferland, Chair Jon B LeClair Steven A Neill Area    - City 98. ... Chatham is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Chester is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Chesterfield is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Chichester is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Clarksville is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Colebrook is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Conway is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Cornish is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Croydon is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Dalton is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Danbury is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Danville is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Location Location in Rockingham County, New Hampshire Coordinates: Government Country State County United States New Hampshire Rockingham County Incorporated 1766 Board of Selectmen James Alexander, Chairman R. Andrew Robertson Joseph E. Stone John Reagan Stephen R. Barry Geographical characteristics Area 135. ... Deering is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Location in Rockingham County, New Hampshire Coordinates: Country United States State New Hampshire County Rockingham County Incorporated 1827 Town Council Pat Dowling Kevin Coyle Craig W. Bulkley Janet Fairbanks Chris Reisdorf Beverly Ferrante Brian Chirichiello Area    - City 94. ... Dorchester is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Dublin is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Dummer is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Dunbarton is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Old mill and dam on the Oyster River, 1908, Durham, NH Durham is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 12,664. ... East Kingston is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Easton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Eaton is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Effingham is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Ellsworth is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Enfield is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Epping is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Epsom is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Errol is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Squamscott River Falls in 1907, Exeter, NH Exeter is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Seal of Farmington, NH Farmington is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Fitzwilliam is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Francestown is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Franconia is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Freedom is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire, near the states border with Maine. ... Fremont is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Gilford is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Gilmanton is a town in Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States. ... Gilsum is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Seal of Goffstown, NH Goffstown is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. ... Gorham is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 2,895 at the 2000 census. ... Goshen is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Grafton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Grantham is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 2,167. ... Greenfield is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Greenville is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Groton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Hampstead is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... ÂċĄ Hampton is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 14,937. ... Hampton Falls is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Hancock is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 1,739 at the 2000 census. ... Dartmouth Colleges Baker Memorial Library is a prominent feature at the center of Hanover Hanover is a town located on the Connecticut River in Grafton County, New Hampshire, U.S.. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 10,850. ... Harrisville is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Harts Location is an town in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Haverhill is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Hebron is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Henniker is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 4,433. ... Hill is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Hillsborough is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Hinsdale is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Holderness is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Hollis is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Hooksett is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Hopkinton is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Hudson is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Jackson is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Jaffrey is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 5,476. ... Jefferson is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Kensington is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Bold text Sanborn Seminary in 1910, Kingston, NH Kingston is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Lancaster is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire, on the Connecticut River. ... A new teacher in the 1940s watches as a student writes on the blackboard. ... Langdon is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Lee is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Lempster is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Lincoln is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Lisbon is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Litchfield is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 7,360. ... Littleton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Location in Rockingham County, New Hampshire Coordinates: Country United States State New Hampshire County Rockingham County Incorporated 1722 Town council Brian Farmer, Chairman Joe Paradis Marty Bove Tom Dolan Mark Oswald Area    - City 108. ... Loudon is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 4,481 at the 2000 census. ... Lyman is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Lyme is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Lyndeborough is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 1,585 at the 2000 census. ... Seal of Madbury, NH Madbury is a town in Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 1,509 at the 2000 census. ... Madison is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Marlborough is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Marlow is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Mason is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Meredith is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Next to the Breezeway at Merrimack Town Hall Merrimack is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Middleton is a town in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Milan is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Milford is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Milton is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Monroe is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Mont Vernon is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Moultonborough is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Nelson is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Location in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire Coordinates: Country United States State New Hampshire County Hillsborough County Incorporated 1763 Board of Selectmen Dave Woodbury Christine Quirk Gordon Carlstrom Area    - City 111. ... New Castle is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... New Durham is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... New Hampton is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 1,950. ... New Ipswich is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... New London is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Newbury is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Newfields is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Newington is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Newmarket is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 8,027. ... Newport is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Newton is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Seal of North Hampton, New Hampshire North Hampton is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Northfield is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Northumberland is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Northwood is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Nottingham is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Orange is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Orford is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Pelham is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 10,914. ... Pembroke is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Peterborough is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 5,883. ... Piermont is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Pittsburg is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... This article describes the town of Pittsfield as a whole. ... Plainfield is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Plaistow is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 7,747 at the 2000 census. ... Plymouth is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA, in the White Mountains Region. ... Randolph sign, seen when entering Randolph on U.S. Route 2 from the east or west. ... Raymond is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Richmond is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Rindge is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Rollinsford is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Roxbury is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 237. ... Rumney is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Rye is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Salem is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Salisbury is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Sanbornton is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire. ... Sandown is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Sandwich is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Seabrook is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 7,934. ... Sharon is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Shelburne is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... South Hampton is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Springfield is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 945. ... Stark is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Stewartstown is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Stoddard is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Strafford is a town located in Strafford County, New Hampshire. ... Stratford is a town located in Coos County, New Hampshire. ... Stratham is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Sugar Hill is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Sullivan is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Sunapee is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Surry is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Sutton is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Swanzey is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Tamworth is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Temple is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Thornton is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Tilton is a town located in Belknap County, New Hampshire, on the Winnipesaukee River. ... Troy is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Tuftonboro is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Unity is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Wakefield is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. ... Walpole is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Warner is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Warren is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Washington is a town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. ... Waterville Valley is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Weare is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... Webster is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Wentworth is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ... Westmoreland is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Whitefield is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 2,038. ... Wilmot is a town located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. ... Wilton is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. The population was 3,743 at the 2000 census. ... Winchester is a town located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. ... Windham is a town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. ... Windsor is a town located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. ... This article describes the town as a whole. ... Woodstock is a town located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. ...

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