Greens Cliff

Hiked Greens Cliff on 7/29/2017 with Bill and Diane Schor and Larry Babcock. Weather was predicted to be clear with a slight chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon. We were done with the hike at 1:30 so no problem with a thunderstorm. We drove to the end of Sawyer River Road off Rt 302 in Crawford Notch. We followed the logging road past Sawyer Pond trail and then past Sawyer River trail. We followed the road for about another 1/4 mile and then set off through the woods to the summit. There were many logging roads in the area and we were able to follow one that was headed in the general direction of the summit. It eventually petered out and we made our way to the summit on a pretty uneventful bushwhack. We had read that there were two summits with bottles and we were able to find both of them. One had a bracket for a canister so it may be the official summit but we signed in on both of them.

Summit #1 with a bottle
Summit #2 with a bottle and canister bracket
The four of us on summit #1

There were good views from summit #1.

Chocorua on the right side
Passaconaway in the background and Potash in the foreground
Larry admiring the view and eating
Indian Pipe on the summit

We ate our PBJs and pretty much followed the same route back to the parking lot. We took a slight detour to explore a logging road which took us back to where we had entered the woods. Only 30 peaks left to finish the New Hampshire 200 Highest list.

Interesting roots
Our track for the day