Willey House Site

April 21. 2011 11:48AM

 (Raymond Ducharme)

Route 302
Crawford Notch, NH
Ph: 603-374-2272

The Willey House is at the site of a landslide that took nine lives in August of 1826.

The Willey House, formerly a small inn and residence in Crawford Notch, is the site of a landslide that claimed nine lives in August of 1826. Though the surrounding area was strewn with boulders and debris, the Willey House stood unharmed. The family however, perished in the landslide, becoming part of the legend of Willey House. Surrounded by the the panorama of Crawford Notch, the site has picnicking areas nearby, along with plentiful hiking trails and campgrounds.

Crawford Notch State Park is open from mid-May through Columbus Day.
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