Webster–Jackson Traverse

Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

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One of the longest, most beautiful cliff walks in New Hampshire to two peaks, including one 4,000-footer with a magnificent view of Mount Washington and the Southern Presidentials. The trail climbs to the northeast, heading deeper into the woods. When you drive along US 302 between Crawford Notch and Bartlett, Webster Cliffs sing out to you to traverse them. A magnificent 2,000-foot wall of rock that extends a mile along the road, Webster Cliffs form the dramatic eastern wall of the gorge carved by glaciers, which allows passage through this most rugged, wild section of New Hampshire.

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"One of the longest, most beautiful cliff walks in New Hampshire to two peaks, including one 4,000-footer with a magnificent view of Mount Washington and the Southern Presidentials. The trail climbs to the northeast, heading deeper into the woods.

When you drive along US 302 between Crawford Notch and Bartlett, Webster Cliffs sing out to you to traverse them. A magnificent 2,000-foot wall of rock that extends a mile along the road, Webster Cliffs form the dramatic eastern wall of the gorge carved by glaciers, which allows passage through this most rugged, wild section of New Hampshire."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bretton Woods
Distance: 7.8
Elevation Gain: 2,656 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 7 hours
Local Maps: USGS Crawford Notch Quad
Driving Directions: Directions to Webster–Jackson Traverse

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May 2018