Crawford Notch Hiking Trails

 

These Crawford Notch hike descriptions courtesy of The Country Inn at Bartlett

 

Hike Name

Trail
Route

Distance in miles

Vertical Gain

Difficulty Level

Trailhead Location

Short
Description

Mt. Crawford

Davis Path

2.4 miles each way

2,100 ft

Moderate
to
strenuous

Rte 302, opposite the Notchland Inn Bald summit with outstanding views of Crawford Notch and the Presidential Range.

Arethusa Falls

Arethusa Falls Trail

1.4 miles each way

1,000 ft

Moderate

Arethusa Falls Road, off Rte 302, Crawford Notch Highest waterfall in New Hampshire

Mt. Webster

Webster Cliff Trail

2.8 miles each way

2,800 ft

Strenuous

Rt 302, at the Appalachian Trail Crossing Spectacular trail traversing many ledges overlooking Crawford Notch. Very steep for first mile, but worth the effort.

Mt Webster
and
Mt Jackson

Webster Jackson Trail

6.5 miles round trip

2,200 ft

Moderate to strenuous

Rte 302, at the south end of Saco Lake These two summits are accessed via a circular trail. They both offer stunning views of Mt. Washington, the Presidential Range, and Crawford Notch. Once one summit is gained, the traverse to the other is via an easy ridge walk.

Mt. Willard

Avalon Trail (200 yards),then Mt Willard Trail

1.4 miles each way

900 ft

Easy to Moderate

Rte 302, at AMC Crawford Notch Depot Spectacular Views of Crawford Notch and a relatively short and easy hike makes Mt. Willard one of the more popular hikes in the Notch.

Mt. Avalon

Avalon Trail

2.0 miles each way

1,500 ft

Moderate to strenuous

Rte 302, at AMC Crawford Notch Depot Slightly higher, more open and steeper than Mt. Willard, this peak affords great views of the Presidential Range and Crawford Notch