Mount Langdon Trail
ElevationAscent: 1,465' 447 m
Descent: -347' -106 m
High: 2,159' 658 m
Low: 693' 211 m
GradeAvg Grade: 12% (7°)
Max Grade: 28% (16°)
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“A little-used trail that leads to a wooded summit.”— David Smith
Please familiarize yourself with National Forest wilderness standards before running this trail.
The trail follows the brook for a short ways, then turns away from it. The trail gets much steeper and climbs up to a wooded summit over a series of small switchbacks. I assumed that this summit was Mount Langdon (after the name of the trail), but it doesn't appear to have a name.
The trail soon descends down toward Parker Mountain Trail. Right before reaching Parker Mountain Trail, Mount Langdon Trail exits the Presidential Range Dry River Wilderness. Mount Langdon Trail turns right; here, the trail condition worsens. For being outside of the wilderness boundary, this trail is in a fair amount of disrepair. The trail passes the outhouse and ends at the Mount Langdon Shelter. From here, the trail turns into the Mount Stanton Trail.
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Land Manager: USFS - White Mountain National Forest Office