Crotched Mountain

MODERATE 12 reviews

Crotched Mountain is a 3.9 mile loop trail located near Greenfield, NH and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from June until October.

3.9 miles 1220 feet Loop

hiking

2 months ago

Take Gregg trail and at the top take a right and follow the ATV trail over the wall to Shannon's trail to upper link trail then Summit west trail to lower link trail you won't be disappointed. Picnic table at the top about a 5 + Mile enjoy.

3 months ago

it was nice , more of a walking path through the woods than a hike though , but as for dog friendly, there are signs everywhere that forbid dogs and horses and bikes , I ignored them and brought the dog , one plus is that the trail is VERY handy cap accessible!

4 months ago

good trail, not very hard just a good day in the woods!

hiking
5 months ago

I hiked the Gregg trial and it was buggy but so nice and refreshing. The view was amazing and I even saw a deer! Loved this hike

5 months ago

It's close by easy access, dog friendly.

hiking
6 months ago

Trails were kinda poorly marked. The map saved me a few times. Easy climb. Decent view at the top

hiking
7 months ago

7 months ago

Nice, easy hike. Trails well marked

hiking
1 year ago

Great hike. Nice mix of inclines and flats. Felt like I got a workout but was able to catch my breath occasionally. Beautiful views. Loved the viewing platform with the mountains labelled.

hiking
1 year ago

Great hike. Its in my back yard so very convenient. Hiked it twice so far this summer. Good views, easy trails to follow.

1 year ago

Spectacular hiking day with my friends and dogs. Strong signage facilitates the walk. We climbed first Gregg's trail and then Shannon's trail to summit. Wonderful views along the way. We descended by Upper Link to Summit West to Lower Link and then back to trail head. This AllTrails app let us follow our progress easily. Nice bench at the summit was perfect for our group lunch. The first part of the path is handicapped accessible; it's fabulous.

hiking
2 years ago

This was the first mountain I ever climbed. Age 10 (1957). Fell in love and have continued on for fifty seven years. I brought my daughter up on a winter climb when she was ten. A great family mountain. The fire tower is gone but there are still nice views as you peak through the foliage. Ski slopes in operation in season.