White Mountain Trails


Three Caps Trail to Mt. Jefferson 

Pastel  5X7  framed/matted  $175

Ridge trails are my favorite for hiking because of the vast vistas, the exposure, and the Whites have many ridges...Franconian Ridge,  Crawford Path, Kinsman Ridge, to name only a few.

Painting from the ridges is also fun since it is a time to relive the adventure, follow the trails mentally and imaginatively, and see the world from the top!

Franconia  Ridge: Lincoln to Little Haystack

Pastel 12x18

Every trail has

its own uniqueness,

be it ledges, slopes or views varieties of trees and wildflowers

according to altitude

and season;

and inevitably,

the creative oddities and arrangements

left by the trail builders

and protectors.

Steps? on Wildcat Ridge

Pastel  9x12  $250

Ethan Pond  Trail through Zealand Notch    Pastel 12x18

(Z-Cliff and Zealand to the left, Hart  approximately in the middle. Look closely to find Zealand Hut in the island of evergreen between Zealand and Hart!)

On the Trail to Monroe   Pastel 12x18

Water from the Blue   Pastel 9X12  $250

This is only one small series of the falls found on the Ammonoosuc Trail up to Lake of the Clouds Hut.

Carter Lake  from 19 Mile Trail  Pastel    9X12

Last Scramble to Jackson Summit    Pastel  18 X 26

Study: Last Scramble to Jackson Summit  

Pastel  9 x 12

Three on Crawford Path Ridge (looking towards Franconian Ridge)  pastel  18 x 8

For perspective

realize the cairns, darkish rock piles to left of trail in foreground are 4-5 feet tall,  The time is early fall when mosses and sedge have turned burgundy.

(Click on Mountain Vistas   for another view along Crawford Path.

Eisenhower to Washington via Crawford Path  9X12  Pastel   $250

Franconian Ridge: Lincoln to Lafayette  Pastel 12X18  sold


Looking Down to Jackson: Carter Moriah Ridge

Pastel    8X10    $150

Green Leaf Hut is the small white dot, halfway up Lafayette

Wild Cat Trail winds down the steep slope to the right, Carter Dome Trail exits 19 Mile Trail near the Carter Lake, Carter Hut is hiding behind the trees towards the back of the lake, and Wild River Trail heads down into the Wild River Basin from behind  the hut.