As summer is finishing, I am already starting to reminisce (think of the past) about my mini-vacations.
In August I went to the state of New Hampshire and hiked up Mount Washington. This mountain is only a 4-hour drive from Montreal, and what a beautiful drive it is. Lots of scenic (lots of things to see) roads and amazing views along the way.
Mount Washington is known for having the wickedest (crazy and unpredictable) weather. It holds the world record for the highest record wind speed of 372 kilometres per hour! It wasn’t that crazy when we were there, but it was quite cold. It is 6288 feet high, and the highest peak (top points of a mountain) in the Northeastern United States.
Here are some photos of our (my boyfriend and I) hike to the summit (the highest point of the mountain)!