Sunday, October 19, 2008
View of Whitewall Mountain from Zeacliff taken on a clear September day in 2007
This is the same view of Whitewall Mt without the clouds on a beautiful afternoon in September 2007. You can see the Ethan Pond Trail in both photographs as a thin dark line cutting straight across the talus slope on Whitewall Mt. This line represents the old logging railroad bed used by the Zealand Valley Railroad in the 1880s. The Ethan Pond Trail (named after Ethan Allen Crawford) is part of the Appalachian Trail.