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Central Gully

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Central Gully in Huntington Ravine on the northeast flank of Mt Washington in NH. Ice and snow but usually a mostly alpine ice climb, 30-40 grade. Taken 3/11/06
Submitted by: kixx on 2006-03-12
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Odells Gully

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Odell's Gully in Huntington Ravine on the northeast flank of Mt Washington in NH. This gully forms on the left (south) corner of the main headwall. Some WI2-4 climbing as well as M2 on the left side all depending on route finding and conditions. Taken 3/11/06
Submitted by: kixx on 2006-03-12
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Damnation

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This is the Right side crag of Huntington Ravine off the northeast flank of Mt Washington, NH. The climbs from left to right are Diagonal (behind short rock butress, diagonals left out of view. The start is marked by the ice slabs and bulges on the left), Yale Gully, (the beginning is marked by the ice slabs in the center with the climbers on it), Damnation Buttress (mixed climbing right of Yale), and the Beginning of Damnation angling right. Taken 3/11/06
Submitted by: kixx on 2006-03-12
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100% french...

Average Rating = 3.62/5 100% french...

French team enjoying some fat ice on one of New England best moderate alpine route. Pinnacle Gully, Mt Washington, NH.
Submitted by: dale on 2005-07-09
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Racking some screws

Average Rating = 2.40/5 Racking some screws

Dylan Hettinger racking some screws just in case my belayer lets me climb. She was right... at least about climbing that day. Photo by Jim West (www.jwestproductions.com).
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-04-21
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We're doing what?

Average Rating = 2.80/5 We're doing what?

Looking a little overwhelmed as the sun sets, the winds pick up, and Jim asks how to belay. Photo by Jim West (www.jwestproductions.com).
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-04-20
Views: 685 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
Alpine Rock Garden

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Chomping on some trail mix after running up Pinnacle Gully. Jan. 2005.
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-01-31
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Pinnacle > Rock Garden

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Pinnacle > Rock Garden

Kevin trudging along the Alpine Rock Garden after topping out of Pinnacle Gully. Jan. 2005.
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-01-31
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Base of Huntington

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Dylan Hettinger on the way out of Huntington Ravine
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-01-14
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Retreating

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Dylan Hettinger, a little frustrated about bailing because of nightfall and worsening weather. Jan. 2005.
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-01-14
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Jim West, Pinnacle

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Jim West, Pinnacle

Jim West on retreat off Pinnacle from bad weather and nightfall. Jan 2005. Curious if med. quality would help the image.
Submitted by: glyrocks on 2005-01-14
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Damnation Gully

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Damnation Gully

Damnation is the longest gully in the huntington ravine, and while not technically difficult, it is a beautiful climb with tremendous views. Beware of ice dams!
Submitted by: kwijibo on 2004-11-28
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crux pitch?

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client took this of me, somewhere on the 'crux' pitch, 5.8 or so
Submitted by: slobmonster on 2004-11-14
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New V0 in Carter Notch

Average Rating = 3.00/5 New V0 in Carter Notch

Across from Mt. Washington is Carter Notch which contains a boulder field of enormous potential. Problem is it is a 2 hr hike from Pinkham Notch.
Submitted by: sto on 2004-09-21
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nice exposure on the Fairy Tale wall

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Someone looks happy huh? Great climb w/ my buddy and mentor Arne.
Submitted by: kwijibo on 2004-08-29
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alpine view in new england?

Average Rating = 3.00/5 alpine view in new england?

Just about to head up Cloudwalkers in the ravine, in perfect climbing weather!!
Submitted by: davidio on 2004-08-27
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Peaceful Russian in action

Average Rating = 3.57/5 Peaceful Russian in action

Alex leading first pitch on pinnacle. Main problems started when we realized we had to get down, after 5 pitches, at 3 pm and with 90mph winds ignoring our crampons and our will power...
Submitted by: uasunflower on 2004-02-01
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The Sultan enjoying Pinnacle Gully!

Average Rating = 3.25/5 The Sultan enjoying Pinnacle Gully!

A shot from my first real ice climbing trip in 1996. You gotta love Mt.Washington.
Submitted by: bauerbrian on 2004-01-24
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Above the Lion's Head and COLD

Average Rating = 3.83/5 Above the Lion's Head and COLD

This was a trip up to the top of Washington in the winter of 2001. These guys were cold - visibility on the summit was about 5 feet.
Submitted by: colesdav on 2003-07-23
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Ice Dunes

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Ice Dunes

This was taken halfway up Washington - the wind had carved these patterns in the ice. Unfortunatly the quality of this scan destroys the subtelty of the ice, but it still looks cool.
Submitted by: colesdav on 2003-07-23
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Top of Central Gulley from the Alpine Garden

Average Rating = 3.80/5 Top of Central Gulley from the Alpine Garden

A late December ascent of Mount Washington took darkside and two friends up through Huntington Ravine via Central Gulley and on to the summit late in the day. A good (and almost free) feast of ribs, chicken, nachos, and beer awaits them back in the valley later.
Submitted by: darkside on 2002-09-24
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March 30, 2007 Pinnacle Gully

Average Rating = 3.00/5 March 30, 2007 Pinnacle Gully

Pinnacle gets pretty fat in late season. This day there was very little snow anywhere on the route.
Submitted by: jefflane510 on 2007-05-07 | Last Modified: 2007-05-09
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First Time On Ice

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This is the third pitch belay of the four pitches we climbed on O'dell's Gully in Huntington Ravine on Mt. Washington. Taken November 3, 2007!
Submitted by: jmeizis on 2007-11-05
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