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This trail leads to Frankenstein Cliff which offers beautiful views of lower Crawford Notch.

The trail begins alongside the railroad tracks and parallels them for about .5 mile until it makes a left turn crossing underneath, which incidentally they are still in use seasonally. From here the path travels into a mixed forest which turns into a forest of conifers affording occasional views including Mt. Bemis and Arethusa Falls. The trail terminates at Arethusa-Ripley Falls Trail. At this juncture, you may head north to view Ripley Falls (100' drop) or south to view Arethusa Falls (200' drop).

Directions: From Bartlett, NH, Travel north approximately 12 miles on US 302 to the park entrance. Soon after entering the park, you will see a parking lot with signage indicating Arethusa Falls. The trail begins in this lot.

Elevation: 2,150 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

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Crawford Notch State Park, New Hampshire

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