Was on a hike to Camel's Hump mountain in Vermont, which was indeed great we did on the Sunday otherwise I would have wasted it. This four-hour hike was worth it, icicle-like snow cover on the dwarf fir tree shimmering in the sunlight was an unforgettable memory. The mount indeed looks exactly like a camel hump hence the name says it. Quite a people though, expected very very less people at this time of the year, which is usually very cold.
Here are few pictures from the trip:
|Icicles on a fir growing among the rocks|
|View of New Hampshire mountains|
|Deciduous trees, an aftermath of the fall|