With Flanders. I remember looking out at a viewpoint a little off the summit. Not sure what the deal is with this site but I've had several dozen summitlogs erased. Are there time limits? WTF? This was one I rediscovered that had disappeared
Went up willey range trail. Southeastern aspect of most of the trail made it pretty slushy/icy along the entire portion. Good views, but I wish there were some more snow.
Two hours and fifty six minutes to summit from the parking lot at the depot down below after tagging Mt Tom and Mt Field. Best views of the day from this mountain. Great view of Mt Washington to the northeast.
Hiked a Willey, Tom, Field, Avalon overnight backpack. Watched the sun set and rise. Perfect weekend.
Climbed Willey as part of a trip through the Willey Range. Started at the highland center, up the Avalon Trail to Field, then out to Willey and Back. Windy with clouds, so no good views.
Dropped my pack off on fields summit and ran over.
Did this in conjunction with Field via the Avalon Trail. Great views of Webster Cliffs from the overlook just south of the summit, facing East.
Part of a threesome we did.
Via kedron flume
Took the Willey Rage trail, after getting Field (fun to see Field again, got that one last year)
Glad to add to my list of 48s, and happy to get Willey after running out of time last year. Great area to hike.
Great sunny day, had to drop back and run to tag this one. or at least I thought I did.
These were my last 4,000 footers in New England.
On June 4th had a nice slow walk over from Field. Was disappointed with the lack of summit views but it at least the trail was easy.
A great winter range traverse.
Of the three (Willey, Field, and Tom) that many do all at once, I have to say that the views back toward Crawford Notch were the best from here. We had a beautiful day to do these three. Perfect early fall weather.
Traversed along the Willey Range trail, starting at the Ripley trail-head (A.T.), and back.
Maybe it was the fatigue from a long hike the day before, but the elevation gain from the notch to the top of this range took me by surprise.
Cloudy day, no views.
Climbed with Tom, Field and Avalon via the Willey Range Trail. Ran into a spruce grouse while traversing the ridge between Field and Willey. Of the three 4000' in the range Willy definately has the best view. We had ample photo opportunities provided by the views of Crawford Notch and the Presidential Range from the opening through the trees just below the summit. Very nice indeed.
I went back to Crawford Notch to get Mt. Willey after I was there previously and went to Mt. Field and Tom. I went to Mt. Avalon first, which I liked. On the way up Mt. Field, there was snow, and not the kind that is good for hiking. Between Field and Willey, and between Field and Tom, there was quite a bit of snow for late May, and it slowed you down. I was really covered in mud after this. Still it gave you some nice views of Crawford Notch.
Part of the 'death march' which was really just too long of a hike for a large group of people. Very nice weather at least.
Third peak on the three peak peakbagging trip. 20th 4000 foot peak in the last 2 months. Its looking like I'm not going to make all 48 this summer, maybe I'll try and wrap them up during Christmas break.