Mount Washington and the surrounding peaks are notoriously well known for some of the worst weather in the hemisphere. 100+mph winds are common, and the weather on the summit can change in a heartbeat. The tricky updrafts and downdrafts are literally capable of overpowering our aircraft.
Due to the strong and fickle weather, there are only a few days each year to gather good aerial views of New Hampshire's famous peak. We're pleased to be able to share them with you.