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    The ridges of the Kilkenny Range in New Hampshire take on a soft hue during sunset viewed from the Madison Spring Hut in the northern Presidential Range in the White Mountain National Forest during a hike taken by Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram photographer Gregory Rec and his daughter, Corinna.

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    Corinna Rec, 11, takes in the view from the slope of Mount Madison in the northern Presidential Range of the White Mountains. Rec and her father make an annual pilgrimage to the mountains.

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    A sign along the Airline Trail on the edge of King Ravine shows directions and distances to the summit of Mount Adams and the Appalachia parking area.

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    The Madison Spring Hut, operated by the Appalachian Mountain Club, is the oldest of the AMC’s eight high-mountain huts and sits above the treeline at 4,800 feet.

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    A cloud stretching from a ridge of Mount Adams turns fiery red as it catches the last rays of the sun. Opting to hike light, Rec kept his SLR camera at home and took these photos on his iPhone.

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    Corinna Rec hikes past a sign on the Airline Trail that warns hikers about the severity of the weather that occurs above the treeline in the White Mountain National Forest.

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