McCrills Trail is an out and back trail located near North Sandwich, New Hampshire. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking.
01/16/17 This trail was less traveled for sure, it brings you up onto a ridge for a ways but then goes down into the valley and brings you to a wide brook, crossing this in the Winter is very dangerous, myself I turned around, the water was deep and moving at a good rate, snow bridges are hollow underneath with running water also, it was about 3ft deep or better and wide, I'll go back in the Summer
Easy walk but def the feel of a hike until the river. I just walked a bit of this to test out some new boots and scope out its potential. Turn off onto Intervale Road, follow the signs and within 2 minutes there's an ample parking lot and an easy walk on an old logging road to an incredible view of sparkling waters, beaver dams and marshland backed by mountains. My brother caught a trout there. But turn to the right and follow McGrillis up the trail for about 45 mins I think - the trail is peaceful and idyllic following a ridge from which you can hear the river. Keep walking, the trail dips down a hill and you are at a most beautiful mouton river with giant pools and c-c-c-cooooold water in late July. I'd go there again and hit the whole trail to Mt Whiteface for sure. Dog LOVED the run and was glad for the water. Do not go to that creamery down the main road. It's a 5(?) mile endless slog on crappy dirt roads for bad ice cream and their cheese was *blech*.