End of Winter Trip Season

2012-04-21 17:12:03.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist


Well the winter trip season is coming to an end. The last of our trips arrived tonight and will conclude all EduTrips, DayTrips, and Climbing Trips until this summer. The last Climbing Trip arrived just as the rain was starting to fall on the summit. Looking back on the season we saw quite a few trips visiting, 27 to be exact. Each one brought it’s own unique group and experience to the Observatory. The EduTrips ranged on topics from photography to mountaineering, and the DayTrips brought enthusiastic Mount Washington Observatory supporters and fans. The Climbing Trips also had their unique stories of the trek up our beloved mountain to share around the dinner table. All in all it was a good season, one that will be hard to follow next year.

If you are interested in learning more about the trips that we offer you can visit our website. Here you will find the upcoming listing of trips.


Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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