Seek the Peak 2021

2021-07-05 11:25:03.000 – Krissy Fraser, Director of Marketing & Communications


The non-profit Mount Washington Observatory (MWO) announces the gathering of local non-profits that promote safe and responsible outdoor recreation in the state of NH as an important addition to their largest annual fundraiser Seek the Peak – Mount Washington Adventure Expo.

In an expanded event this year, Seek the Peak will culminate Saturday, July 17th from 12-7pm at the Adventure Expo, taking place at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center. Included in the expo will be an extensive vendor village supported by anchor sponsors Backpacker Magazine’s Get Out Tour, Eastern Mountain Sports, Oboz Footwear, and Granite Outdoor Alliance.

Each exhibiting vendor will be paired with a local nonprofit organization that helps visitors and all adventure enthusiasts safely and responsibly utilize the region’s outdoor resources. Non-profits will include the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC), White Mountain Trail Collective, Granite Outdoor Alliance, Science on the Fly, Confluence Collective, Trout Unlimited, Protect our Winters, XNH Adventure Trails, NH Outdoor Council, The Access Fund, and Ability Plus. All vendors will have representatives from their booths to answer questions, share their work and even lead clinics. Various topics will include a demonstration from AMC experts on their iNaturalist app, fly fishing demonstrations with Trout Unlimited, and encouragement of advocacy by Protect our Winters to name a few.

“Volunteers with Protect Our Winters are thrilled for the opportunity to be included in this event and to be supporting the work of the observatory,” said POW New England Alliance member Anne Geisler. “As part of our exhibit we will encourage guests to contact their local representatives to support investments in clean energy and protect our public lands. Anyone who takes that action will be entered into a raffle to win a POW Prize Pack.”

The Adventure Expo also includes live music from the Mountain Bear Band and Shark Martin, plus Mount Washington Radio Groups and food trucks Kimberly’s Gluten Free Kitchen, Tin Can Company, and Crescent City Kitchen & KozBar. Participants of Seek the Peak get free entry to the event as part of their fundraising efforts. The event is open to the general public and guests can join the Expo for $10 and kids under age 12 are free. Sorry, no dogs allowed. Visit to register today.


Happening July 16-17, 2021, Seek the Peak raises a significant portion of the Observatory’s annual budget to support its work in weather observation, education and climate research atop Mount Washington.


All activities will be prepared with COVID protocols in place and CDC guidelines will be followed.


Visit to learn more about the Observatory’s work, how to become a member and other interesting happenings.


Seek the Peak is made possible with support from additional sponsors including The Mt. Washington Auto Road., Martini Northern, First Light, White Mountain Oil, Eastern Slope Inn, Northway Bank, Melcher Prescott Insurance, Settlers Green, Delta Dental and WMWV 93.5.


About Mount Washington Observatory:

Mount Washington Observatory is a private, non-profit, member-supported institution with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create the Earth’s weather and climate. Since 1932, the Observatory has been monitoring the elements from its weather station on the summit of Mount Washington, using this unique site for scientific research and educational outreach. For more information, call (800) 706-0432 or visit


Krissy Fraser, Director of Marketing & Communications

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