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National Maple Syrup Day is December 17

We’re big fans of pure New Hampshire maple syrup and are lucky to have several maple producers in our backyard, here in the White Mountains. Here are some great places to purchase some of this liquid gold either for yourself or as a gift for someone you love. Believe in Books Literacy Foundation…

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Thanksgiving in the White Mountains

We’re thankful for a lot of things and the fact that Thanksgiving is nearly upon us is one of them. We are looking forward to family, friends, and spending some quality time outdoors in the White Mountains. We are also thankful that there is some fun, holiday, winter themed events happening over the…

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Scenic Foliage Drives Off The Beaten Path

No matter which region of the White Mountains you travel this fall, you will be surrounded by incredible foliage. However, sometimes it’s best to spend a few extra minutes taking the leisurely route that is off the beaten path. You may discover a town you’ve never heard of, or a road you’ve never…

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Fall Foliage in the White Mountains...101

Fall foliage season has arrived in the White Mountains of New Hampshire! It only happens once a year and our award-winning colors won’t last long – be sure to plan your perfect getaway soon. To get the most out of your experience, we wanted to share a few tips for you to consider as part of your…

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Rocks That Rock the White Mountains

New Hampshire is known as the “Granite State” and it’s no surprise where that name came from. From rocky ledges and glacial boulders to great mountains flecked with granite, the White Mountains has its share of cool rocks that “rock”! There are several rock formations that are famous for their human…

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7 Fall Foliage Hikes in the White Mountains

We can’t think of a better way to get the most bang out of your foliage buck, than to hike up a mountain and see the autumn world below you. October is the perfect time to hike in the White Mountains as the air is cooler, there isn’t as much foot traffic as in the summer, and the pay-off at the top…

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