One of the newest large slides in the Whites fell into Dry Brook Ravine off the west ridge of Little Haystack, during the "Halloween Storm" of October 2017. The upper half of it can be seen on the right in this view from an outlook along the Old Bridle Path.
I snowshoe-bushwhacked in to visit this slide last winter, and went halfway up, partly in the woods. The upper half looked dauntingly steep.
I wanted to revisit this slide in summer, in part to see how revegetation was progressing 4 1/2 years after it fell. If the terrain of the slide permitted, I hoped to climb to the top and exit to the Falling Waters Trail.
I reprised my winter approach route and whacked partway up the west ridge of Mt. Lincoln (aka Carpenter's Ridge), weaving through nice hardwood forest in the lower part.
Higher up on the ridge there was much blowdown to maneuver around.