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White Mountains 4000 Footer Climate Forecasts

White Mountains 4000 Footer Weather Forecasts

The next checklist of climate forecasts are for the summits of the White Mountains 4000 footers.

Remember that the summit forecast will often be colder than the method trails resulting in the peaks by roughly 3 levels for each 1,000 ft of elevation achieve. On above-treeline peaks, that are usually 4500′ or greater within the Whites, wind speeds/wind chill can even be much less intense beneath the treeline on mountains with adequate tree cowl.

You could find fairly detailed details about the entire method trails to those mountains in addition to recommendation about winter routes in The 4000 Footers of the White Mountains by Steve Smith and Mike Dickerman, out there from Amazon or the Mountain Wanderer Bookstore in Lincoln, NH. It’s the White Mountains peakbagging bible.

White Mountains Climate Forecast Sources

  • NOAA is the US Authorities Company liable for nationwide climate forecasting and their forecast is the gold normal in the USA. All business forecasts are based mostly on the climate info they publish.
  • Mountain Climate Forecast republishes NOAA’s forecasts in a format that many hikers discover helpful.
  • NETC (New England Path Situations) is a neighborhood bulletin board the place severe hikers submit trail-condition details about their hikes which is especially useful in figuring out what sort of traction/flotation aids (crampon, microspikes, or snowshoes) to hold in winter and different path hazards.
  • The Mount Washington Observatory Excessive Summits Forecast is especially helpful for climbing within the northern Presidential Vary surrounding the Nice Gulf. It loses significance the farther eliminated you’re from Mt Washington, besides in instances of utmost regional climate.
  • The Presidential Vary Avalanche Forecast is printed by the Mt Washington Avalance Middle.

1. Mt Washington (6288′)

2. Mt Adams (5774′)

3. Mt Jefferson (5712′)

4. Mt Monroe (5384′)

5. Mt Madison (5367′)

6. Mt Lafayette (5260′)

7. Mt Lincoln (5089′)

8. South Twin Mountain (4902′)

9. Carter Dome (4832′)

10. Mt Moosilauke (4802′)

11. Mt Eisenhower (4780′)

12. North Twin Mountain (4761′)

13. Mt Carrigain (4700′)

14. Mt Bond (4698′)

15. Center Carter Mountain (4610′)

16. West Bond Mountain (4540′)

17. Mt Garfield (4500′)

18. Mt Liberty (4459′)

19. South Carter Mountain (4430′)

20. Wildcat Mountain (4422′)

21. Mt Hancock (4420′)

22. South Kinsman Mountain (4358′)

23. Mt Subject (4340′)

24. Mt Osceola (4340′)

25. Mt Flume (4328′)

26. South Hancock Mountain (4319′)

27. Mt Pierce (4310′)

28. North Kinsman Mountain (4293′)

29. Mt Willey (4285′)

30. Bondcliff Mountain (4265′)

31. Mt Zealand (4260′)

32. North Tripyramid (4180′)

33. Mt Cabot (4170′)

34. East Osceola (4156′)

35. Center Tripyramid (4140′)

36. Cannon Mountain (4100′)

37. Mt Hale (4054′)

38. Mt Jackson (4052′)

39. Mt Tom (4051′)

40. Wildcat D (4062′)

41. Mt Moriah (4049′)

42. Mt Passaconaway (4043′)

43. Owl’s Head Mountain (4025′)

44. Galehead Mountain (4024′)

45. Mt Whiteface (4020′)

46. Mt Waumbek (4006′)

47. Mt Isolation (4004′)

48. Mt Tecumseh (4003′)

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