LibertyFlume


CharlieCramponOn
CharlieCramponOn
Coming up LIberty Spring Trail at the start of the snow. Adding traction.
After2Hours
After2Hours
We reached the Ridge after just over 2 hours.
Here'sTheBeef
Here'sTheBeef
Charlie chatted with the Dane from Dartmouth before reaching the Ridge
FranconiaRidgeFromLiberty
FranconiaRidgeFromLiberty
Clear vistas—everywhere
Looking east from Mt Liberty to the Presidentials
Looking east from Mt Liberty to the Presidentials
All the Presidentials were snow covered.
Franconia Notch
Franconia Notch
What a view of the face of Cannon and Old Bridle Path Ridge
Clear view over to Presidentials
Clear view over to Presidentials
The views were spectacular.
Heading for Flume (left) from LIberty
Heading for Flume (left) from LIberty
Just leaving Mt Liberty. Flume Slides at left.
Looking back to Mt Liberty
Looking back to Mt Liberty
Just starting toward Flume
LIberty to the Presidentials
LIberty to the Presidentials
Framed Mt Washington in the distance.
Getting to Flume
Getting to Flume
As we reached Mt Flume, looking back along Franconia Ridge with Garfield at right.
Entire Franconia Ridge
Entire Franconia Ridge
The 1.5 miles from Liberty to Flume took 50 minutes. What a gorgeous view.
Fred's gear
Fred's gear
I carried my snowshoes—all the way. Microspikes were fine.
Midway in hike at Flume
Midway in hike at Flume
Sunny and clear. Doing just fine.