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 Most Exciting 4K? 
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I really love Lafayette. The views of the Bonds are incredible, and I love looking south along Franconia Ridge.

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Fri Apr 20, 2012 9:26 am
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Well since you used "Exciting" and not favorite peak, all the 4K's were exciting the first time. Not knowing what lies at the end of a journey is always exciting to me. And now, going back to the ones I love for their summit views, or other interesting stuff along the way is still exciting because of the anticipation. :)

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Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:04 am
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That's easy: Chocorua. Oh, wait...

Baldface? Nope...

West Bond. It's like standing on a Dr. Seuss drawing. Bondcliff is a close second.

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Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:49 am
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1.Causing great enthusiasm and eagerness.
2.Sexually arousing.

Descended the North Slide on Tripyramid last weekend. That was exciting, and incredibly dumb.

My first winter 4k was Tecumseh, and I did it solo. Not the best peak but it's at the top of my list. Beaver Brook on Moosilauke is right up there

Tue May 01, 2012 10:21 am
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For Dartmouth's own Moosilauke, coming up from Glencliff via the AT. the ridge up from the south peak is a beautiful walk, and then all of a sudden about fifty feet from the top... WHAMMO! Theres that view of the rest of the Whites- even cooler this time of year, when the higher peaks are highlighted in white for easy identification!

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Has to be Bondcliff/West Bond. Best place in the world.

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