The Mt Willard Trail enters the woods at the height of land in Crawford Notch. The trail begins at a very low angle but slowly increases to a moderate and steady grade. Unlike Mt. Washington or Tuckerman Ravine, this trail is quite mellow.
A relatively easy hike of 5 miles (round trip) and a 2,100 foot ascent. Summit offers spectacular 360-degree views, including the Presidential Range and Crawford Notch. A good beginner hike.
Earn your delicacies from the Visitor Center by hiking to the top of New England. Participants can expect an 8-10 hour climb up the Lion Head Trail to the summit - with a large portion of the day above tree line.
Through an annual partnership with the National Forest Foundation, we establish an opportunity to give back to the resource that provides endless recreation and livelihood. As stewards for the White Mountain National Forest (and all public lands), we aim to protect. preserve, respect and minimize our impact on this invaluable space. Sum.it For The Forest brings together the community, raises needed funds to further the mission and provides an opportunity to educate throughout our shared experience.
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