Bedding Down For The Night In New England

Camping under a fire tower is the attraction at New Hampshire’s Milan Hill State Park in the North Country. Climbing the fire tower for the panorama to the Presidentials, Mahoosucs and Percy peaks is a treat! This is one of many great places to camp in New England.

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Trout Fishing On A Glorious Easter Day

While we would normally spend time at home eating chocolate eggs and marshmallow chicks, this glorious Easter day beckoned us outdoors. My husband and I decided to get the trout rods out and try our luck for rainbows and browns.

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Hitting The Slopes: One Board Or Two?

They are the sliders who consider themselves adept at getting down the hill on both skis and snowboards. Call them a skier one day or a snowboarder the next, they don’t order the same thing every day from the alpine menu. Choice is king on the slopes.

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Snowboarding: Thrills, Chills And Spills

Welcome to thrills, chills and spills. Call it “boardercross,” “snowboardcross” or “ridercross.” The name may be different, but the event remains the same. It’s a jumble of crouched bodies, elbows flying and boards touching.

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Angling For Atlantics

Topping the list of most desired fishes to angle for in freshwater is the Atlantic Salmon. Salmon enthusiasts need journey no farther than the Merrimack River in New Hampshire where the Fish and Game Department releases more than 3,000 adult salmon, averaging between 4 pounds and 12 pounds into the Merrimack every spring!

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Ten Great Snowshoe Treks In New Hampshire

There are lots of great trails in New Hampshire, particularly in the White Mountains where wintry scenes abound after snowshoeing along the shelter of trees. Pop up above the trees and be treated to a dazzling landscape. Or, take it easy in the flats, encircling an icy lake or looking for animal tracks with the kids.

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