White Mountains National Park

Statistics

1 - 2

hrs

10

m

583

m

11

max°

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Difficult

Description

The last stage is the shortest and possibly easiest of any of the White Mountains stages.

It can also be the fastest, depending on how much (or little) you want the trek to be over.

Your ascent today is negligible, but like yesterday you will steadily descend nearly 2,000 feet.

The terrain, however, is solid and minimally rocky.

If you’d like a bit more of a challenge, maybe take the Webster Cliff Trail to Mount Jackson, a 4,000-footer, and Mount Webster, at just under 4,000 feet.

End the day with a comfortable stay at the Highland Center Lodge. www.pygmy-elephant.com