6,288 feet (NAVD88)
WHO - Anyone
WHAT - Height Rank # 18
Difficulty Rank # 38
DIFFICULTY # DU - drive-up close to actual highpoint
WHEN - Optimum Time - when the road is open; there is also a Cog Railway
WHERE - Latitude - 44 deg. 16 min. N
Longitude - 71 deg. 18 min. W
North Central NH in the White Mountains about 25 mi. S of Berlin
Wikipedia Link - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Washington_(New_Hampshire)
WHY - GET INVOLVED WITH APEXCHALLENGE 2019
Less Crowded than National Parks
A compelling Bucket List item
Other things to see in the Vicinity -
Always Leave the HP better than it was found
These places can be:
FABULOUS FUN FILLED FAMILY FITNESS FINDS
For most people:
SUMMITS ARE SPECIAL SERENE & SERENDIPITOUS SPOTS TO SURVEY SURROUNDINGS
HOW - no specialized gear required.
COMMENTS: It's one thing to drive to the summit, it's another thing to Climb this peak, especially in Winter.
Keep in mind some of the Highest Winds on the Planet have been recorded on this mountain (231 mph, in April 1934) by the Summit Weather Station and a significant number of people have died climbing this mountain.