Webster Cliff Trail is a hiking trail in Coös County and Carroll County, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest and Crawford Notch State Park. It is 6.2 miles long and begins at 1,260 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 12.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 5,480 feet. Mount Pierce (elevation 4,291 feet) and Mount Webster (elevation 3,812 feet) can be seen along the trail.
Webster Cliff Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This challenging hike rises out of Crawford Notch’s deep chasm to the dizzying heights of Webster Cliff. The trail leads to rock perches that lie in the shadows of soaring raptors. Choose this journey into a world of precipitous cliffs and marvel at its rugged beauty. Return on the same route to complete a rewarding 6.6-mile trek or, better yet, push on to the southern Presidentials and beyond to the remote Dry River Wilderness. In this region, there are endless opportunities to revel in a long-day or multi-day circuit. The described 15.9-mile loop will satisfy your senses and encourage you to return again and again to explore other corners of this wild landscape."
--Jeffrey Romano, 100 Classic Hikes in New England (The Mountaineers Books).
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