Winter in New England

I live for snow, whether it's the Pemi in March or Mt. Washington in October.

White Gas Kicks Ass

Overprimed stoves can melt aluminum! January, 2001.

The Attitash Glacier Parking Lot

Loading the Honda after a long day of glacier travel across the snowmaking mounds of Attitash Mtn. Part of an AMC glacier skills class. December, 2000.

Moosilauke Snowfields

The afternoon sun shines over the icy Carriage Road and the South Peak. MITOC Winter School, January 2000.

Lonesome Lake in winter

With alpenglow on the Franconia Range, February, 1999.

Summit of Little Haystack

MITOC Winter School '98 climbers hit treeline. January 1998.

Hi-Cannon and Kinsman Ridge Trails

A hike in the first snow of '97-'98. December 1997.

Jewell Trail, Mt. Washington

Here I am silhouetted against the clouds, just above treeline on the Jewell Trail descending from Mt. Washington. October 1997.

Hikin' and Poachin'

Paul on Mt. Tecumseh, January 2001.

Boott Spur Gullies, Mt. Washington

Dodge's Drop, Hillman's Highway, and the Dutchess, from Hermit Lake. April 1999.

Franconia Range, February 1999

View from the Fishin' Jimmy Trail, below Kinsman Pond.

Kinsman Pond Shelter, Halloween 1998.

MIT Outing Club climbers enjoy the October snowfall on a foggy, wet day.

Franconia Ridge, January 1998

Mt. Liberty and Mt. Flume, looking south from Haystack, on the first weekend of the MITOC Winter School '98.

West flank of Mt. Washington

The Jewell trail heads down into the swirling clouds from the base of Mt. Clay. October, 1997.

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