Video: Going up against winds over 161km/h? You're going to lose. Watch as weather observers Mike Dorfman and Tom Padham from the Mount Washington Observatory goof off on the observation deck off the mountain in New Hampshire to show us what it's like to stand, walk, and jump against 175km/h winds. The wind is so strong it pretty much acts like an invisible physical barrier.
You can basically sit on the wind. You can jump up and get tossed back by the wind. You can try to walk against the wind. But you shall not pass.