We were able to make it to the Mt. Washington auto road last weekend. You are now able to ride up on ATVs as well as cars and motorcycles, $10 gets you in and it was a great ride. It took about an hour including a few stops, we were lucky enough to have a very clear day so the visibility was great. The road is about 60% paved and the rest very smooth dirt, kept it at about 25-30 mph the whole way up. There were about 15-20 other machines in the lot at the base getting ready to go as we got there, seems to be very popular. The elevation, 6288 ft. didn't seem to bother the machines at all. I was on my '05 Rincon, my father on his '96 Forman 400 and a friend on a borrowed Predator. The predator's fan was on most of the time on the way up but didn't seem to be overheating. On the way down I kept it in ESP mode 2nd gear and never even touched the brakes other than to stop behind cars that didn't know how to drive. Overall it was a great day, well worth the $10 (which includes a sticker that says "This ATV climbed Mt. Washington". If you can get a good day it's worth the travel up north, for specific directions let me know, I grew up 10 miles from the mountain.