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Ascent of Mount Adams on 2010-08-20

Climber: Tomoko Nakajima

Others in Party:Fred
Sharon
Will and Rene
Date:Friday, August 20, 2010
Ascent Type:Successful Summit Attained
Peak:Mount Adams
    Location:USA-New Hampshire
    Elevation:5799 ft / 1767 m

Ascent Trip Report

Fred, Sharon, Will, Rene and I hiked Presi. Traverse on 8/20-22.
Mt Adams was the first Mtn we hiked from Appalachia. We had a plan to use Valley Way but there is no view. So we decided to take Air Line Trail, Short Line Trail, then, King Ravine including Subway(go through cave).

We left Appalachia around 10AM after car spotting at AMC Highland Ctr at 9AM. We reached to the Tr Junc of King Ravine at 11:15AM. King Ravine is the trail which requires rock scrambling that is a bit tough for me as short person who has short leg and short arms. A couple of times, I needed to ask one guy to pull me up a bit on large rocks. We kept steady pace and reached to the base of Mt Adams (at Gulfside Tr) at 3PM and reached to the summit of Mt Adams at 3:40PM. Then, hiked out to Madison Hut at 4pm. We took short break and left Hut at 4:30PM, reached to the summit of Mt Madison at 5PM. There was a great view from the summit but pretty chilly out there with strong wind. We all wore wind jacket and I event had gloves. Returned to Hut at 5:30PM to eat dinner at 6PM. It was great weather (windy but cool) and it couldn't be better than that for nice hiking day! All 5 hikers in my group successfully attained to 2 summits as planned.
Summary Total Data
    Elevation Gain:4493 ft / 1369 m
    Route Conditions:
Maintained Trail, Scramble, Exposed Scramble
    Gear Used:
Ski Poles, Hut Camp
    Weather:Cool, Extremely Windy, Clear
Sunny, Windy
Ascent Statistics
    Elevation Gain:4493 ft / 1369 m
    Distance:4.2 mi / 6.8 km
    Route:Air Line, Short Line and King Lavine
    Trailhead:Apalachia  1306 ft / 398 m
    Time Up:4 Hours 
Descent Statistics
Ascent Part of Trip: PresiTraverse (2 nights total away from roads)

Complete Trip Sequence:
OrderPeak/PointDate
 Mount Monroe-West Peak2010-08-22
1Mount Adams2010-08-20
2Mount Madison2010-08-20
3Mount Jefferson2010-08-21
4Mount Clay2010-08-21
5Mount Washington2010-08-21
6Mount Monroe2010-08-22
7Mount Franklin2010-08-22
8Mount Eisenhower2010-08-22
9Mount Pierce2010-08-22



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