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Hike, Stay, Eat, Shop in the Last Green Valley

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TRAILS TO HIKE With more than 130 miles of trails, at least 25 recreation areas, and countless campgrounds,... Read More »

Hiking and Biking: 6 destinations

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Connecticut Ten Mile Hill, Kent. In the Litchfield Hills, the Appalachian Trail weaves through deep forests. Start at... Read More »

How We Chose the Best Beach Towns in New England

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Selecting the best beach towns in New England wasn’t easy. For the past two decades, I’ve made my... Read More »

Ice Cream: Best Pumpkin Treat of All

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By Debbie Despres Administrative Assistant to the President, Yankee Publishing The pumpkin ice cream appears on the menu... Read More »

Ice Fishing: Moosehead Lake, Maine

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A fierce southwest wind is blowing off the slopes of Big Moose Mountain, across the frozen white expanse... Read More »

Ice Time

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Want to test your skills against fellow anglers? Ice fishing derbies and tournaments are popular events around the... Read More »

Inside South County’s History

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Within earshot of the surf along Narragansett Town Beach sits a burnished little gem of a museum that... Read More »

Into the Wild: Hut-To-Hut Skiing in Maine

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Move over, Colorado: Maine has now become one of the nation’s premier destinations for hut-to-hut cross-country skiing, thanks... Read More »

Ipswich, MA: The Inn at Castle Hill

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Vacations are a time for relaxation, good food, dreamless sleep, and quiet morning walks. The Inn at Castle... Read More »

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Nasturtiums | Local Treasure

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Come March 30, in one of the most reliable rites of spring–a tradition that dates back to 1903–vibrant... Read More »

Island Day Trips | Across the Blue Water

Island Day Trips | Across the Blue Water

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A daytrip to any of these six islands will create memories that last forever. Read More »

Jack R. Williams Toboggan Chute, Camden, ME

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“It’ll be over in nine seconds,” says Stuart Young, operator at the toboggan chute. It’s a statement that... Read More »

Jaffrey: Willa Cather’s Final Page

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By Polly Bannister Home and Garden Editor, Yankee Magazine I’ve lived in the Monadnock region for 30 years... Read More »

Jamestown, Rhode Island | Village Profile

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We’ve all experienced the euphoria that washes over you at the beginning of a vacation to somewhere new... Read More »

Jericho Village, VT: ‘Snowflake’ Bentley

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Vermonters know snow. Most can trace their relationship with the substance along the shooting pains in their lower... Read More »

Johnson Hall Museum

Johnson Hall Museum

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Take a tour of the Bill Johnson’s lifetime worth of collectibles at the Johnson Hall Museum in Wells,... Read More »

Lake Champlain Islands

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Summer sojourners looking to enjoy Lake Champlain often head for Milton, Vermont’s Sandbar State Park, with its broad... Read More »

Lake Willoughby, Vermont | Great Views Lake

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Stunningly beautiful Willoughby is wedged between Mounts Pisgah and Hor, each more than 2,500 feet high. A century... Read More »

Last Green Valley: Northeastern Connecticut

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When You Go –Yankee-recommended places to hike, stay, eat, and shop in Connecticut’s Last Green Valley. The skies... Read More »

Library Book Sale Tour in NH: October 10

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Come to New Hampshire Saturday, October 10, and you’ll find many Granite State libraries participating in “Browsing Through... Read More »

Lighthouse Life List

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We romanticize lighthouses, but what makes them quintessential New England icons is their simple, sturdy practicality. They weren’t... Read More »

Lighthouse Tours and Visits

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An asterisk (*) designates tower or house interior open for tours. The grounds of many other lighthouses (though... Read More »

Local Treasure: Open Books, Open Minds

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The waist-high bookshelves that line the reading room at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art are... Read More »

Local Treasure: Shantok Ware Pot

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Passing through the ultra-lifelike dioramas of Connecticut’s Mashantucket Pequot Museum, visitors speak in hushed tones as though they’re... Read More »

Local Treasure: Touro Synagogue

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During Newport, Rhode Island’s month-long Christmas festival thousands of clear lights shine in shop windows and homes. If... Read More »

Lodging

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Old Red Mill Inn Cheap doesn’t mean chintzy at this authentic ski-lodge-style B&B, a former lumbermill and tavern.... Read More »

LODGING

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THE FRANCIS MALBONE HOUSE Circa-1760 mansion makes a cozy and luxurious B&B, with Jacuzzis and fireplaces. 800-846-0392; malbone.com... Read More »