Trip report

Welch-Dickey Loop Trail Hike

Hiking/Walk DATE: 04/11/2015 - 04/11/2015

Trip/Event Location: Campton, NH

Trip Leader(s): JPHiker , HikerBiker

Max # People: 15

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Mts. Welch and Dickey are two very popular peaks in the Waterville Valley area of NH's White Mountains.  Having a southern exposure, the Welch-Dickey trail is among the first ones to clear of

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

We will meet at the trailhead parking lot on Orris Road.  From I-93, take exit 28 Campton/Waterville Valley, and go east on Rt. 49.  After the intersection of 49 with 175 (at the Campton dam), continue 4.5 miles on 49 to the Upper Mad River Road, where you will turn left.  At 0.7 miles, turn right on Orris Road, where there is a sign for the Welch-Dickey trail.  Go for about half a mile, to the parking lot on the right.  We will be driving a not particularly flamboyant red Toyota Rav4.  Heavy precipitation will cancel this event.


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