I've never been there in the winter time. Can someone who has describe what it's like. Any differant than summer? (colder..yeah, I know..) Is the road even accessable to see the light in the winter? Just wondering.
There are actually several roads you can take to go see the light. Robin's Pond...from what I've heard, is accessible in the winter...since the light is only a few hundred yards from the main highway I imagine at worst you could park on the highway and walk to the viewing area. The other road, which I can't recall the name of, is about a 1/2 mile to a mile farther north. I'm not sure if that one is accesible in the winter or not. The last time I went there *last night* was during a thunder and lightening storm with hail the size of golfballs, and you could still see the light!! We walked all the way back and the light was very faint, but I was so surprised you could still see it!! Have fun up there this summer when you go up...and and good luck!!
Hello. I didnt see your post. I just wandered on here. Sounds like a neat movie. I went up and seen the light this past winter. You can surley see the lights in the winter, if that was your question. I have some pretty good footage I took. I put together a little video of my trip out to the light. Let me know what you think. Here is the link..you can stream or download. firstname.lastname@example.org/lst?.dir=/ThePauldingLight&.view=l Thanx Steve