A view to the NNE from the summit of Turtleback Mt to the summit of Mt Shaw. You can see 3 of the 4 summit levels of Shaw - the highest peak is at the far left at the top, which provides the spectacular view from W to E that has been posted on this site a number of times; to the N (left here) is the 4th and lowest summit, but it is out of sight behind the tallest summit. The right-most summit of Shaw has its own name, Black Snout - it provides fine views to the south of Winnipesaukee and surrounding mountains. Note, off to the far right, a portion of the exceptional example of columnar jointing to be found at Turtleback's summit - this example shows only the tops of the columns, looking something like tile laid on a floor. At the right on the horizon is Big Ball (or Tate) Mt.
· Date: Tue August 24, 2010 · Views: 1971 · Filesize:32.0kb, 384.9kb · Dimensions: 2498 x 800 ·
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