HIKES & EVENTS
Mt. Webster and Webster Cliffs
52 With A View
DATE: Jul 03, 2021
END DATE: Jul 03, 2021
Hike/Event Location: Crawford Notch NH
Thornton, NH United States,
Manchester, NH United States
Meeting Time: 9:00 AM
Max # People: 10
Hike Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money
Hike Difficulty Level:
Moderate to Strenuous
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Spectacular scenery and steep, rugged climbing with a few difficult scrambles! We will hike up and back on the Webster Cliff Trail [Appalachian Trail] to reach the summit of Mt. Webster [3,901']. Magnificent views from the Webster Cliff Trail and excellent views from the summit of Mt. Webster. It's 6.3 miles round trip, 2,700' elevation gain and AMC booktime is 5 hours ~ 7 hours estimated for our group.
Don't forget to bring wind/rain shell, water, lunch, snacks, bug repellent, suncreen, etc. along with whatever you typically have for a hiking excursion. We’ll have lunch on at the summit. We will see wildflowers in bloom!
Being July 4th weekend, we'll hand out US flags to stick out of our packs to display our patriotic spirit!
After The Hike: Everyone is welcome back at our house in Waterville Valley for a swim in the Mad River, socialize around the deck and enjoy a BBQ! It's BYOB and it costs $10 per person.
Lodging Option: Bunk beds are available at our house near Waterville Valley, NH for Friday and Saturday night for $25 per night with proof of vaccination; plus $10 for Saturday BBQ. Coffee/bagels each morning and linen/blankets/towels are provided. Limited to four so email us ASAP to reserve a bunk!
Mike and Jon
Directions To Trailhead Parking Lot
Take I-93 North to exit 35, take US 3 north, make a right onto US 302 [traffic light], drive past Mt. Washington Hotel and AMC Highland Center, and reach trailhead about 1 mile south of Willey House Recreation Area. We are driving a blue Toyota Tacoma.