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[Answer] Mount Washington is the highest peak in which U.S. state?

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Mount Washington is the highest peak in which U.S. state?

  • New Hampshire:At 6,288 feet, Mount Washington is the highest peak in New Hampshire. A mountain in the Presidential Range, it's the highest peak of the White Mountains. It boasts one of the world's highest wind velocities, recorded at 231 miles per hour in 1934. Mount Washington has long been known for its extreme weather conditions. The treeless summit can be reached by road from Pinkham Notch, via a cog railway laid in 1869 northeast of Crawford Notch, or by following marked hiking trails. Sitting atop the summit, and anchored against high winds, are the Mount Washington Weather Observatory, Tip Top House, and Summit House, which are open to the public in summer. Source:

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