Welch-Dickey Loop Trail Professional Review and Guide
"A loop over two small peaks with lots of open rock and fun ledges to climb. Considering that both Welch Mountain (elevation 2,605 feet) and its taller brother, Dickey Mountain (elevation 2,734 feet), are about half the size of their towering 4,000-foot neighbors, they offer one of the most exposed hikes and sustained views in this part of the Whites. Most people hike the loop going up Welch and down Dickey, which is the obvious route from the parking lot. In this direction, even if the lot looks full, you will only see those you catch up to or those that pass you."
--Lisa Densmore, Hiking the White Mountains (Falcon Guides).
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