Fun fact: The Crawford Path—the classic trail that thousands of hikers take to the top of Mount Washington every year, and the route that turned 200 years old in 2019—isn’t the same trail it was 200 years ago. In fact, it moved. A few years ago, we sent two of our writers into the bowels of Google Earth and eventually to the mountain itself to track down the original route atop the windswept ridge between Mount Monroe and the Westside Trail. Read about it here. And now you can listen to the podcast episode above.

Tim and Doug sat down with Mike and Stomp of the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast to chat about their adventures into the alpine of the Presidential Range in search of the historic trail on a new episode of the podcast released today.