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Mount Washington Observatory | Event Schedule

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The culminating event of Seek the Peak, the famous after party is a blow-out celebration featuring great giveaway and a sumptuous, all-you-can-eat dinner at 5pm! The party also includes the famous awards ceremony, featuring hundreds of prizes worth thousands of dollars.

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We Measure the Wind Differently Here

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We Measure the Wind Differently Here Anna Smith – SUNY Stony Brook, Meteorology John King – University of West Virginia Observer Guide – Tom Padham Mentors – Ken Rancourt (retired MWO), Dr. Eric Kelsey (MWO/Plymouth State University) Pitot static tubes are typically used on airplanes to measure how fast the plane is moving.

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Mount Washington Observatory | Snowcat Overnight EduTrips

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Mount Washington is famous for its extreme winter weather, but few get to experience its fury directly. Join Observatory staff while we examine the drivers and impacts of winter phenomena such as blizzards, nor'easters, lake-effect snow, freezing rain and extreme cold.

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Mount Washington Observatory | Webcams

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From the Lattitude 44° restaurant at Bretton Woods Resort, this webcam offers one of the most photographed views of the Presidential Range. From the top of Wildcat Mountain, this view offers a look across Pinkham Notch to Mount Washington. Tuckerman Ravine, can be seen on the left side of the image and Huntington Ravine can be found on the right.

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Mount Washington Observatory | Webcams

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From the Lattitude 44° restaurant at Bretton Woods Resort, this webcam offers one of the most photographed views of the Presidential Range. From the top of Wildcat Mountain, this view offers a look across Pinkham Notch to Mount Washington. Tuckerman Ravine, can be seen on the left side of the image and Huntington Ravine can be found on the right.

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Mount Washington Observatory | View from Wildcat

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From the top of Wildcat Mountain, this webcam offers a look across Pinkham Notch to Mount Washington.Tuckerman Ravine, a popular backcountry skiing destination, can be seen on the left side of the image and Huntington Ravine can be found on the right side.

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