There's a Hut you can stay at right on the lake as well. During summer it gets very busy but in winter it's one of my favorite places to go stay and enjoy the quiet.
I was born and raised in NH my whole life. I lived abroad for almost four years and visited/relived the state this past July to November before moving back abroad. Being in that autumn change is something I hadn't been a part of in so long and missed so much. This photo reminds me a lot of my hikes I took in my own state feeling like a tourist and embracing it all before leaving once again. It's nice to see the unknown beauty of my state being portrayed every once in a while.
Went camping here in the winter once. It's like a different world up there -beatific and FREEZING :P
New Hampshire finally made the front page! Yay!
... and yet, I don't feel "Lonesome" looking at this. Somehow, I feel interconnected with the world and one small step closer to nature.
Thank you for sharing this. It made me smile!
NH?? There's literally dozens of us!
Nice place to swim in the summer. Although the last time I did so my friend's feet got *covered* in leeches.
The hut is so nice and comfy when it's windy and cold out there. It's a beautiful winter hike.
I love living here. My dr tells me to move because I broke my neck and the cold bothers me. But then I think of tuckermans and riding my Harley up the auto road. I'm staying another 55 years if possible..lol.
Isn't this where they shot the Iron Giant movie?
Did a winter trip up there once in February with my scout troop. Was 50 f and raining on the way up. That night it dropped to -30 f per the hut thermometer. All our wet clothes wet from the rain froze on the pegs we hung them on so we had "sword" fights with our frozen sweatshirts the next day. I love Franconia notch