Mount Avalon Information (Geography)

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Mount Avalon
Highest point
Elevation3,442 ft (1,049 m)  [1]
Prominence100 ft (30 m)  [1]
Coordinates 44°12′22″N 71°25′37″W / 44.20611°N 71.42694°W / 44.20611; -71.42694
MOUNT AVALON Latitude and Longitude:

44°12′22″N 71°25′37″W / 44.20611°N 71.42694°W / 44.20611; -71.42694
[1]
Geography
Location Bethlehem, Grafton County, New Hampshire, U.S.
Parent range White Mountains
Topo map USGS Crawford Notch
Climbing
Easiest routeHike

Mount Avalon is a 3,442-foot-high (1,049 m) [1] mountain located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. It is a small, rocky spur of Mount Field, overlooking Crawford Notch in the White Mountains. Avalon's summit is reached by a spur from the Mount Avalon Trail, which climbs to the summit of Mount Field.

The slopes of Mount Avalon drain to Crawford Brook, which flows north from Crawford Notch to the Ammonoosuc River, part of the Connecticut River watershed. [1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e U.S. Geological Survey, Crawford Notch 7½-minute provisional quadrangle, 1987.

External links

  • "Mount Avalon". SummitPost.org.
  • "Mt. Avalon Hiking Guide". FranklinSites.com.