Auto enthusiasts will know Mount Washington for its annual high-speed hill climbs. Playing host to automotive events since the late 19th century, Mount Washington's Auto Road has doubled as race track and proving ground to daring drivers for generations.

As the highest peak of the Presidential Range at 6,288 feet, treacherous weather can threaten year round. But there is no more dangerous time to visit than in the dead of winter, with sub-zero temperatures and occasional triple-digit wind speeds.

Once the Auto Road ices over, the only way to make the climb is in a four-track vehicle. Join hosts Jessi and Patrick as they take on the challenge and check "climb Mount Washington" off of their list!

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