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Note about listings from Bretton Woods: Bretton Woods Ski Area and Mount Washington Resort are just 5 miles East on 302. Ski Area activities are always open to the public as are many held at the hotel itself. If you are interested in a hotel activity, please check their site or let us check for you to be sure it’s open to outside guests.

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested eight adults for immigration violations during a three-day checkpoint on Interstate 93 in the town of Woodstock last week. Customs officials say those detained were from Bulgaria, Ecuador, El Salvador and Guatemala, including two people who overstayed their visas. In addition, agents seized small quantities ”>>”
Mon, Oct 02, 2017
Source: NHPR
N.H.'s beautiful Presidential Range attracts hikers in all seasons. Mt. Washington holds the dubious distinction of having “the world's worst weather” yet hikers and climbers are attracted year-round to the challenging terrain. It's also been the scene of hundreds of accidents, including the one that took the life of Kate ”>>”
Thu, Sep 28, 2017
Source: NHPR
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are again staging an immigration checkpoint on Interstate 93 in the town of Woodstock, New Hampshire, approximately 75 miles from the international border. In August, Border Patrol agents detained 25 undocumented immigrants, including several minors, during a weekend checkpoint. The majority of those detained ”>>”
Tue, Sep 26, 2017
Source: NHPR
Steve Wilkes is a drumming professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. He's also a former member of Blue Man Group and has toured the world with The Empire Brass Quintet. But for his latest gig, as this year's White Mountain National Forest Artist in Residence, Wilkes won't be ”>>”
Mon, Aug 21, 2017
Source: NHPR
Diehard New Hampshire hikers tend to fixate on four-thousand footers, but as any peak bagger who's climbed Owl's Head or Mount Isolation knows, big mountains aren't always the best mountains. On today's show, a day out with a heartwarming hiking group that's been shouldering packs since 1979: the Over the ”>>”
Fri, Aug 11, 2017
Source: NHPR
There are loads of hiking groups in New Hampshire—groups for women, families with young kids, birders...a quick search on Facebook will turn up one or more that fits your style. The Over the Hill Hikers club has been climbing New Hampshire's mountains since 1979. Back then, the group's schedule was ”>>”
Fri, Aug 11, 2017
Source: NHPR
Paul Hutchinson is a Boston University lecturer and co-curator of an exhibit on New Hampshire's summer camp history. It's on view at the Museum of the White Mountains in Plymouth until September 13. I went to the museum to see the exhibition and to talk to Paul about the long ”>>”
Fri, Aug 04, 2017
Source: NHPR
The woods of New Hampshire are scattered with signs of civilization: crumbling foundations, railroad spikes, scraps of unidentifiable metal. Find enough of these in one place, and you're probably looking at a ghost town - a place people once called home, and have long-since abandoned. ”>>”
Fri, Jul 21, 2017
Source: NHPR
To the uninitiated, it's the French horn — though that's a bit of a misnomer. To its players and students, it's simply a horn, an instrument that has featured in orchestras for centuries. The horn's sound is easily recognizable thanks to the prominent role it's played in some of the ”>>”
Mon, Jul 17, 2017
Source: NHPR
The Mount Washington Avalanche Center issued a serious warning for Tuckerman and Huntington Ravines Thursday morning. Intrepid winter hikers and skiers are cautioned against braving the terrain, most of which has a high avalanche danger through the day. Eight inches of new snow fell overnight, increasing the likelihood of both ”>>”
Thu, Feb 16, 2017
Source: NHPR