Mount Willard Trail Hiking | White Mountains-NH-USA

We slept in the Lodge at Bretton Woods, mythical place. And inspired by the web Hiking Project, we got up early with a good snowfall to do the Mount Willard Trail.

The departure is from Crawford Depot crossing its train tracks. And it is a footpath of scarce 5 km kilometers quite frequented and located in the White Mountains in Carroll, New Hampshire. In it you can see a waterfall and centennial pools. It is classified as moderate, so you arrive comfortably and without loss to its top from where you can see the great cut that forms its slope.

The return is undoing the path made.

Highly recommended even snow!

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Total distance: 5.79 km
Max elevation: 880 m
Total climbing: 378 m
Total time: 01:37:33

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