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View near Marble
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Brook
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Beaver Meadow Falls
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Boardwalk
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In the pass
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Stag
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Flume
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Frost
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Jay Mountain trail head
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Water Bottle Parka - looks cozy doesn't it!?
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Boulders on the trail
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Eagle
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POKO
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One of my favorite sunrises. Taken from Goodnow Mountain Fire Tower.
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Whiteface Brook
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Repel
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Wanika Falls
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Wanika Falls
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Map
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A topo map shows Esther Mountain on the other side of Whiteface from the ski center
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Stairs
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Slides
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Ready to hike for the rise?
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The trail to Copperas Pond begins on the busy state Route 86 in Wilmington.
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Other hikers are a common sight on Jay Mountain.
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Road
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Running
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Entering the alpine zone
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Slices of Whiteface Mountain
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Way
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Copperas Pond Views
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Don't be afraid to linger on Whiteface's open summit.
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Trail
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Mountain bike rock jump
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The view
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Thursday through Monday, 10 AM - get a tour of the animals in residence.
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Bald eagles, photo by Joan Collins
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Belle is ready to hike.
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This is the view off the scenic byway 86E, two entrances on the left so if you miss the first you can catch the second entrance.
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You're almost there! After parking, visitors ascend the stone stairway to Whiteface's open summit.
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Forest bathing guides Suzanne and Helene.
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The falls of Monument Falls are in that rocky area — see the distortions in the reflections as the water gets closer to the rapids.
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Stairs and walkways guide visitors through High Falls Gorge
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Going up? Make sure you're dressed properly!
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Always sign the trail register before starting a hike!
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