Trip Report - 2002? - Brian J Butler
You can view the trip report and correct International Boundary Commission map at The Corner Corner.
Trip Report - Sep 24, 2016 - Mick Dunn and RuthAnne Heselbarth
You can view the trip report on Facebook [FB account required].
[Ed: A snippet of the trip report follows. Please see FB for all the photos and descriptions detailing where the tri-point is located]. Crown Monument is the place (or point; or tri-point) where Maine, New Hampshire and Quebec all converge. The U.S.-Canada border is marked by a surface monument (1993) but there is a pre-Civil War-era monument (1858) depicting the border with Maine and New Hampshire shallowly buried in the dirt and sod on the U.S. side of the surface monument. This is the actual Crown Monument. If you ever come to visit this special place feel free to pull away the soil so as to look at and photograph the chiseled stone but be sure to cover it back up to help prevent theft and vandalism.
I drive a Kia Sportage and had to stop at a very serious washout. From there we walked about a mile-and-a-half on a dirt road and then bushwhacked for about a half-mile to Crown Monument - not terribly difficult through fairly open forest. Out total round trip walking/bushwhacking time was about two-and-a-quarter hours- and that was taking it fairly easy. This was my second visit and Ruth Anne's first. If you would like to obtain more specific information on how best to get to Crown Monument please feel free to contact me.