Posts Tagged: 52 with a view



Book Writing: Swiping Content

Mount Success - 1954 Douglas DC-3 Plane Crash
Book Writing: Swiping Content - In 2010, I did a write-up about the Douglas DC-3 plane crash site on Mount Success in the New Hampshire White Mountains. It has become one of the more popular write-ups I have done. Outdoor enthusiasts are very interested in this plane crash site. Here is a paragraph from that write-up:...[Continue reading] ...

New Hampshire 52 With A View

New Hampshire 52 With A View
New Hampshire 52 With A View – Created by the Over the Hill Hikers (OTHH) of Sandwich, NH, the New Hampshire 52 with a view is a hiking list consisting of fifty-two mountains under 4,000 feet that have awesome views; until the most recent revision of the list in spring 2020, a mountain also had to be over 2,500 feet, but this requirement seems to have been relaxed. Hikers can apply for a patch through the Over the Hill Hikers ...

Middle Sister Groundhouse, Albany

Middle Sister Fire Tower - Albany, New Hampshire
Middle Sister Groundhouse, New Hampshire - The Middle Sister Groundhouse (fire tower) is located on Middle Sister Mountain, along Middle Sister Trail, near Mount Chocorua in Albany, New Hampshire. It was in operation from 1927-1948, and according to the Forest Fire Lookout Association it remained in service until 1948. Today, a Forest Service....[Continue reading] ...

Mount Chocorua – Albany, New Hampshire

Mount Chocorua - Albany, New Hampshire USA
Mount Chocorua Scenic Area, New Hampshire - Mount Chocorua is not a roadside attraction and requires photographers to hike a number of miles before reaching the summit. With numerous trails leading to Mount Chocorua, it is best you pick up a trail map and decide what route you want to hike. If you are not interested in hiking to the summit.....[Continue reading] ...

Mount Success, Douglas DC-3 Plane Crash

Mount Success, Douglas DC-3 Plane Crash
Mount Success, Northeast Airlines Flight 792 Plane Crash - On November 30, 1954, Northeast Airlines Flight 792, encountered snow squalls, reducing visibility to zero, during its flight to Berlin, New Hampshire. The plane continued on and while trying to navigate only by instruments to the Berlin Airport it crashed into the southern slope of Mount Success (3,565 feet) in the Mahoosuc Range of the New Hampshire White Mountains....[Continue reading] ...