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New Hampshire

Lake Winnie Paddling Trip: Stonedam Island

Lake Winnipesaukee is a big body of water (the largest in New Hampshire), but most of its shoreline is privately owned and off-limits…
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Casting About the Connecticut

World-class fly fishing for salmon and trout awaits the angler on a trip to the Upper Connecticut River in northern New Hampshire.
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Scenic Stops: Huntington Cascades & Little Flume

In Dixville Notch State Park, some 12 miles east of the town of Colebrook on Rte. 26, you’ll find several hiking trails suitable for families and beginner-level hikers. One of these is the Huntington Cascades trail, which is just 0.4 miles round-trip.
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Snowmobiling the Great North Woods

Learn why the northern section of New Hampshire touts itself as the “snowmobiling capital of New England.”
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North Country Camping

New Hampshire’s North Country is loaded with camping option, both private and public. Those looking for a true “wilderness” experience can choose from one of the region’s primitive sites, while those who want to enjoy camping with…
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Great North Woods Winter

The Great North Woods of New Hampshire (also called the North Country Region) doesn’t shut down in winter. In fact, it may see more visitors than the summer months…
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Thrill Ride: New Hampshire’s North Country ATV Trail System

As kids, many of us enjoyed the thrill of zipping through the woods on a bike, go-cart, or dirt bike, kicking up clouds of dust and getting good and dirty as we bounced over rocks and logs and plowed through mud…
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