We finally made our way up to the top of Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in the northeast and known for it’s dangerously erratic weather. When we left our place, the sun was shining and there wasn’t a cloud in sight but once we got to the top, there were plenty of clouds to ruin the views. But it was still pretty amazing.
The drive up was a little nerve-racking. The road looks like it shouldn’t be able to fit two cars but somehow does and the drop-offs were seriously frightening- with no guardrails. It was a long 20 minute drive.
It was a balmy 45 degrees at the top and I wasn’t ready for temperatures that cold even though we had brought jackets. The worst part was the wind- it was crazy and I was a little afraid of being blown over a few times. Seriously.