Windows To The Wild

Mount Washington Hotel's Green Roof

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The most famous attraction at the Mt. Washington Hotel is, of course, the mountain. Mt. Washington, the highest of the Presidential Range, peers down on guests and visitors from the hotel's backyard. If you'd like to experience the flora and fauna of the alpine region but don't want to go hiking, just take the stairs to the roof of the hotel's conference center and spa. The roof has been transformed into a "green roof," replicating the alpine region typical of Mt. Washington. Cairns, soil and flowers found in the alpine region of Mt. Washington can now be found on the roof over one wing of the hotel. Host Willem Lange explores the great outdoors of the Mt. Washington's Green Roof.
 

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