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Mount Crawford
Photo By Jeremy Barnaby

  • Title: Mount Crawford
  • State/Province/Region: New Hampshire
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: US Rt. 302
  • Nearest Town: Bartlett NH
  • Brief Directions: From points south, (Rt 95) take Route 16N to junction of 16 & 302 in Bartlett village. Follow Rt 302 approx 5.5mi. to Davis Path trailhead, on the right directly across from the Notchland Inn.
  • Notes: Be sure to pack a windproof shell, as the summit ledges are exposed to wind from any direction, also necessitating a sturdy tripod for rock solid support. The summit affords a wide choice of potential photographic compositions in all directions, providing for ample opportunity to use a polarizer. Views are scattered on various ledges, including a great look to Mount Washington, up Crawford Notch, and SE to Chocorua.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Gear: Windproof outer layer, sturdy boots with ankle support, stable t
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