Mount Field is a 4,340 foot mountain in the Willey Range in Bethlehem, NH. It is most often hiked in combination with Mount Tom and Mount Avalon, and also frequently summited with Mount Willey. It is the tallest mountain in the Willey Range and features a wooded summit that has views towards Mount Washington.
Height: 4,340 feet (1,322.8 Meters)
Distance: 5.8 Miles Round Trip (9.33 Km)
Elevation Gain: 2,550 feet (777.4 meters)
Duration: 3-5 hours
Avalon Trail, Willey Range Trail – 5.8 Miles Round Trip – 2,550 feet elevation gain
This trailhead is located in Crawford Notch at the train station directly across from Saco Lake. The trail begins with gradual elevation gain, crosses a couple rivers, and gets slightly more difficult once passing the junction of the Mount Avalon Trail.
Hiking Mount Tom and Field
Many people want to hike both Mount Tom and Field in a loop. Mount Avalon is also included in this loop, and is worth the 100 yard detour.
Total Mileage: 7.8 miles
Ethan Pond Trail, Willey Range Trail – 8.2 Miles – 3,500 feet elevation gain
This trail would summit Mount Willey as well, but would skip out on Mount Avalon.
To Parking at Crawford Notch Station:
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