New Webcam Views from Wildcat!

2015-02-28 20:21:57.000 – Michael Dorfman, Weather Observer/IT Specialist

 

We are excited to unveil our new and improved camera pointing towards the Presidential Range from the summit of Wildcat Mountain Ski Area! This includes several different improved zoomed-in views of Huntington Ravine, Tuckerman Ravine and the Gulf of Slides! As a snow lover, I am personally really excited to see this happen! These pictures can be accessed by members with their log-on here, and a zoomed-out picture of Tuckerman, Huntington and the summit is available to the public. You won’t only get access to these pictures, but you’ll also have exclusive access to 7 different cameras both on and around the White Mountains, including daily sunrise, sunset and full-day time lapses from each of those cameras as well.

 
  A screenshot of the zoomed-in Tuckerman Ravine view taken this morning.

If you’re not a member yet, this is all the more reason to become one! The Observatory is a non-profit, member-supported organization which has many membership perks, including premium content views on our website, free admission to 300+ science museums across the country through the ASTC Passport program, and the opportunity to volunteer for a week on the summit among many other perks! Visit here and become a member today!

 

Michael Dorfman, Weather Observer/IT Specialist

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