The Pemi Wilderness from West Bond

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The Pemi Wilderness from West Bond - White Mountain National Forest and Northern New Hampshire
The 4540' summit of West Bond Mountain offers this unique view into the interior heart of the Pemigewasset Wilderness. There is no way to see this area from any road, and one must climb one of the high peaks that make up its horseshoe shaped mountain fringe. October fall foliage can be seen filling the Franconia Brook valley. The "backside" of Franconia Ridge is seen in the distance, and Owls Head is the massive mountain in the middle. In the summer, West Bond is one of the most remote 4000 footers, at 8 miles from the nearest road. Thanks to road closures in the winter, this peak is 11.5 miles from the nearest road. The Bonds are a special place cherished by hearty New England hikers.
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