Photos of Mount Washington, New Hampshire

On a recent road trip to New Hampshire and Maine, I could not resist stoping by Mount Washington to drive up the auto road. Quick way up, quick way down, and here are the photos. You can find all my Mount Washington photos on my stock site.

Mount Washington auto road
A motorcyclist drives the Mount Washington auto road in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013. The Mount Washington Auto Road is a 7.6 mi (12.2 km) toll road that extends from New Hampshire Route 16 in Pinkham Notch to the summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains of the US state of New Hampshire.
Mount Washington Cog Railway train
A man photographs the Mount Washington Cog Railway with his cellphone as the train leaves the mountain summit in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013. Using a Marsh rack system and one or two steam locomotives and four biodiesel powered locomotives to carry tourists to the top of the mountain, the Mount Washington Cog Railway is the world's first mountain-climbing cog railway (rack-and-pinion railway).
Mount Washington Cog Railway train
The Mount Washington Cog Railway leaves the mountain summit in New Hampshire
Mount Washington hikers
Hikers walk on a Mount Washington trail in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013.
Mount Washington Huntington Ravine Trail
A man walks on the Huntington Ravine Trail on Mount Washington in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013.
Mount Washington cairns
Women wearing hijabs walk amongst cairns on Mount Washington in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013. A cairn is a man-made pile (or stack) of stones usually used to mark mountain bike and hiking trails.
Mount Washington Huntington Ravine Trail
Cairns are pictured by the Huntington Ravine Trail on Mount Washington in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013.
Mount Washington parking lot
A group of man looks at the view and take pictures near motorcycles parked at the Mount Washington summit in New Hampshire Friday June 14, 2013.

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