2022 Seek the Peak Photos

2022-07-20 10:40:15.000 – MWOBS Staff, Contributed photos.


Thanks to our 2022 Seek the Peak fundraisers, sponsors, volunteers, Vendor Village exhibitors, and visitors, our 22nd annual event was a huge success, helping us raise an impressive $175,000!
That’s a critical portion of our annual budget and will help sustain Mount Washington Observatory’s work in mountain meteorology and climate science.
Mount Washington Observatory is celebrating 90 years this fall, and Seek the Peak is a critical fundraising event to keep our nonprofit going another nine decades.
Next year, Seek the Peak will return on July 14-15, 2023. We look forward to seeing you there!

View images from last weekend’s event below.
Adventure Expo visitors tune in to the annual gear giveaway.
Pack fitting was offered at the EMS and Backpacker Magazine booths.
EMS field experts get ready for the expo to open.
Seek the Peak hikers enjoy views from the Observation tower during a tour of our summit weather station.
Seek the Peak team ‘The Seekers’ are shown atop Blueberry Mountain. 
Oboz Footwear, a 2022 Presenting Sponsor, provided insole fitting at the expo. EMS photo.  
Carrie Slife of MWOBS visits with Mel Elam and her cat Flokie at Tuckerman Brewing Co. Friday night at the Seek the Peak kick-off party. Mel and Flokie have summited all of New Hampshire’s 4,000 footers together.
Seek the Peak hikers visit the Backpacker Get Out More Tour booth. EMS photo.
Randy Propster of Backpacker helps a visitor with pack fitting. 
The Bear Mountain Band performs at the expo.
Cotopaxi brought tons of color to the expo. EMS photo.
The gear giveaway.
Hyperlite Mountain Gear was one of our 2022 sponsors.
Granite Backcountry Alliance was one of our sponsors. EMS photo.
Visitors learn about our weather and climate work in the White Mountains at the MWOBS booth.
Randy Propster of Backpacker and Carrie Slife of MWOBS pull raffle tickets as the gear giveaway begins.
A MWOBS parking volunteer greets the camera enthusiastically by the food trucks.
An expo visitor enjoys music performed by the Bear Mountain Band. EMS photo.


MWOBS Staff, Contributed photos.

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