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Webster-Jackson Trail Mount Webster Branch

Crawford Notch State Park, New Hampshire
Distance0.8mi
Elevation Gain1,137ft
Trailhead Elevation2,782ft
Top3,789ft
Elevation Min/Max2719/3789ft
Elevation Start/End2782/2782ft

Webster-Jackson Trail Mount Webster Branch

Webster-Jackson Trail (Mount Webster Branch) is a hiking trail in Hart's Location, New Hampshire. It is within Crawford Notch State Park. It is 0.8 miles long and begins at 2,782 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,137 feet. This trail connects with the following: Webster Cliff Trail, Webster-Jackson Trail and Webster-Jackson Trail (Mount Jackson Branch).
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Woodbury, CT
Pathfinder | 180 pts
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1/4/2007
Great trail and winter scenery. Not a good idea to hike the Jackson-Webster loop in Asics in thigh deep snow. Note to self: If one must wear sneakers, make them track spikes for ascent of the icy Jackson cone. Still thawing
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South Hadley, MA
Explorer | 30 pts
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8/19/2006
Once again this trail lived up to our expectations. We went from the AMC Highland center, up Mt Webster, then south along the Webster cliffs and coming out further south on Rt 302. Going up Mt WEbster first is always a work out, but well worth it once you get to the top and traverse the tops of the cliffs. The travel from north to the south does lend itself to some pretty tough downhills. Some steps have your looking 4 feet down under your feet with each step. Some say it is better to travel this path from the south to the north, but I only see the uphill as long and arduous, so I prefer the donwhills. I do use poles now though and they save the knees.
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Crawford Notch State Park
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Crawford Notch State Park
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