New Hampshire | The Granite State
Photo/Art by Jack Parker
New Hampshire – outdoor paradise …
The White Mountains to the north; a brilliant patch of seacoast to the east; handsome, white-steepled villages to the south; a mighty river defining the western border; plus not one, but two, Lakes Districts sprinkled around the middle … In New Hampshire it’s actually possible to compress every landscape experience into the space of hours. But why would you want to? There’s an Ivy League college town with a primo art museum to explore, unparalleled kayaking along the Connecticut River, a port city rich in maritime history, zipline adventuring, and even the good possibility of spotting a moose.
The little town of Cornish, New Hampshire, is a quiet place—no bustling shopping malls, no varied dining options. Yet folks here have themselves a pleasant setting along the Connecticut River, and some impressive covered bridges. Here's the largest … (As an aside, if you wonder who repairs such structures, read about...Read more
Children come of age in the cold,deep swimming holes of summer. I grew up in the village of Walpole, New Hampshire, a mile from a little swimming hole called "Hovey's." It was nothing more than a deep spot in a brook, really--probably not known to more than a handful of local...Read more
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In this issue: Summer Off the Beaten Path
- 12 Best Places to Picinic
- Acadian Pride in Northern Maine
- Saying Goodbye to a Summer Home
- Hidden Gems in the Upper CT Valley