Ski and Hike Tuckerman’s Ravine a New England Spring Right of Passage

Ski and Hike Tuckerman’s Ravine a New England Spring Right of Passage

Hiking up Mount Washington through Tucketman’s Ravine in Pinkham Notch has been a tradition in New England for many many years!  A Spring right of passage.  The weather is congenial to hiking and the conditions for skiing range from icy to mushy to avalance! Many people hike up just to watch the spectacle.  As a spectator it is not as big of a hike as you stop below the Tuckerman Bowls and Ravines to watch skiers and boarders come down.  The atmosphere in the Ravine is fantastic. Many like mineded people enjoying the start of spring and the great conditons that come with it.  Some kids get a little crazy and there are always a few naked college age wildmen! Fun to watch especially if they fall!! Call the Bartlett Inn for lodging near Tuckermans Ravine Spring Skiing at 603 374 2353.  Innkeepers are happy to give advice on trails and recommend you always check in at the AMC Pinkham Notch Center to check for daily avalance conditions. Ski and Hike Tuckerman’s Ravine a New England Spring Right of Passage

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