Crawford Path Climber's Log

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Kristin5berry - Jun 25, 2011 5:12 pm Date Climbed: Jun 21, 2011

always  Sucess!

A great classic


subflood - Aug 20, 2008 10:52 pm Date Climbed: Aug 12, 2008

Nice trail  Sucess!

The trail has some great views. Rocky, muddy, and steep in many areas but it's great fun.


friday - May 25, 2008 8:46 pm Date Climbed: May 24, 2008

From Notch, to summit, back to notch  Sucess!

Started out at 7AM, with fog clearly visible below the tree line. There was plenty of snow on the trail to Mt Peirce, making the first 2-3 miles somewhat difficult. Initially at tree line, the was plenty of fog and wind. Around the time I arrive at Mt. Eisenhower, the fog started to lift, but clouds still covered Mt Washington. After I reached the Lake of the Clouds hut, the clouds were now higher than Mt Washington, giving me my first naked view of the summit. Reached summit, ate clam chowder, went down and up Mt Monroe, and the took the long trek back to the car. Very long day, but I'd do it all over again in a heartbeat.

DavidHowland - Nov 22, 2007 3:03 pm Date Climbed: Jul 8, 2005

traverse  Sucess!

did part of A presidential traverse on this trail. From crawford notch up to to summit, and back the same route. Great trip, good weather all the way except for a socked-in summit.

Brian Jenkins

Brian Jenkins - Sep 12, 2006 5:56 pm Date Climbed: Sep 4, 2006

Via Monroe/Crawford Path  Sucess!

Second time summiting this one. Was the fifth in a south to north Presidential Traverse. Spent the night at LOTC Hut, hiked up in morning fog, no visibility but at least winds were normal, maybe only 30 mph. Lots of smoking Japanese tourists up top and the nice smell of the cog. Didn't waste much time at the summit, headed down Trinity Heights Connector to Gulfside Trail to rendez-vous with Flanders to continue our Traverse.


big_g - Jun 15, 2006 2:05 am Date Climbed: Jun 19, 2000

breaking my rule...  Sucess!

Here I am breaking my rule of not logging routes that were just hikes but this was just so damn alpine and such a respectable mountain. Next time by something technical!

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