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WINDOWS TO THE WILD

Rock Climbing Humphrey's Ledge

  • Aired: 06/27/2012
  • Rating: NR
The Mount Washington Valley of New Hampshire offers some of the most diverse rock and ice climbing in the world. Brad White of the International Mountain Climbing School in North Conway will join Casey Blad for a dizzying trek up Humphrey's ledge. Along the way, they discuss the history of climbing in the Mount Washington Valley. 
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Brad White and Casey Blad take the dizzying trek up Humphrey's ledge by Mt. Washington.
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