Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire

Mount Washington Valley - Pinkham Notch during the autumn months. Pinkham Notch is located along Route 16 in Gorham, New Hampshire USA, which is part of the White Mountains.
Pinkham Notch during the autumn months – White Mountains, New Hampshire 
 

Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire – Planning a photography trip to Pinkham Notch is rewarding anytime of year, but I have to suggest the autumn season when the New Hampshire landscape is exploding with beautiful foliage. The foliage is incredible and worth the visit even if you have no interest in photography! 

Mount Washington Auto Road in the Gorham, New Hampshire USA during the autumn months. Pinkham Notch is located along Route 16 in Gorham, New Hampshire USA, which is part of the White Mountains.
Pinkham Notch during the autumn months – White Mountains, New Hampshire
 

There are so many locations to photograph in Pinkham Notch, do not become overwhelmed trying to hit everyone. I would focus on one or two locations and take it from there. One option is to drive up the Mount Washington Auto Road to visit the summit of Mount Washington. You will spend hours on the summit taking in the world.

Pinkham Notch from Glen Boulder Trail in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA. Route 16 can be seen in the valley.
Pinkham Notch from Glen Boulder Trail 
 

If you don't mind hiking in rough terrain, excellent landscapes can be had from the open ridges along Boott Spur and Glen Boulder Trail, plus other hiking trails in the area. View more images of Pinkham Notch in the White Mountains here. Give yourself at least a few days to explore and photograph Pinkham Notch.

Happy image making..


 

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Erin Paul is a professional photographer who specializes in environmental conservation and historic preservation photography in the New Hampshire White Mountains. His work is published worldwide, and credits include; Backpacker Magazine, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and The Wilderness Society.

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