Climbing Mt Adams on the Great Gully Trail

The Great Gully Trail is one of the steepest trails in the Whites climbing 1700 feet in one mile. It begins at the bottom of the King Ravine headwall (3700′) on the north side of Mt Adams (5774′),  the second tallest peak in the White Mountains after Mt Washington, and ends at Thunderstorm Junction, just …

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Author: Philip Werner

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