A snowy winter view from the summit of New Hampshire's Mount Avalon. In the distance the majestic snow covered summits of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range are bathed in the warm light of the setting sun.
Winter Light.

Oh what a view.

It’s been a about a year since I’ve set foot on the summit of New Hampshire’s Mount Avalon, and I think it’s time to go back, soon.

Located in Crawford Notch, Mount Avalon holds a well deserved place on the NH 52 With A View list.

Soft winter light looking down through New Hampshire's Crawford Notch from the snowy summit of Mt. Avalon.
Notch Views.

The hike to the summit is somewhat steep in places, but the views are well worth the effort. With the temperature hovering around -15°F it was little surprise I would have the summit all to myself as the last light of the day left the sky.

The last of the suns golden glow as it sets over the snowy White Mountains of New Hampshire. The snow covered spruce trees the only witness to the passing of another winter day.
Solitude at Sunset.

I thinks it’s coming time for another evening watching the last light of the day leave the winter sky from the summit of this beautiful mountain.

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