Here's an interesting page with pix of Susan Ruff and Paulina Varchavskaia and their climb of the 5.7 Pinnacle on Huntington Ravine on Mount Washington.
Here's an excerpt from her announcement in rec.climbing
Sunday set out from Pinkham Notch Visitor's Center at 8:30am. Three
hours and thirty minutes of approach and gear sorting later, we started
off on the
classic Northwest Ridge 5.7*** of the Pinnacle in Huntington's Ravine.
Everything went splendidly, and we were swinging leads in cadence until
reached the summit of the Pinnacle at close to 6pm. Although there was
still daylight ahead, we opted to come down rather than go to the summit
Washington, - a good idea since the descent down Lionshead Trail took me
four hours due to weak knees. The concept of trekking poles (graciously
provided by Mike) was successfully tested on the approach, and
especially on the descent,