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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.

Community members in the Mount Washington Valley are invited to a listening session on housing Monday night. At the meeting, residents will be asked to imagine new kinds of housing developments for open land in their towns, without the constraints of current local zoning regulations. Victoria Laracy is Executive Director ”>>”
Mon, Oct 22, 2018
Source: NHPR
A dilapidated bridge in a North Country wilderness area is officially slated for removal this fall. Officials in the White Mountain National Forest Service finalized their decision on the Thoreau Falls Bridge this week. The old wooden bridge in the Pemigewasset Wilderness has been closed to hikers since last fall. ”>>”
Wed, Sep 26, 2018
Source: NHPR
Rain clouds are just starting to roll in over Franconia and Chris Brooks is leading me through saplings and overgrown grass. We're trying to find a trace of the buildings that once stood here. “It's always hallucinogenic when I come in here, because it doesn't look like anything I remember,” ”>>”
Wed, Sep 19, 2018
Source: NHPR
New Hampshire hikers have once again honored the lives lost in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The 17th annual " Flags on the 48 " memorial hike was held Saturday. Hikers placed American flags on the summit of each of the 48 mountains in New Hampshire with peaks above 4,000 ”>>”
Mon, Sep 10, 2018
Source: NHPR
About a mile from downtown North Conway is a house. A sign out front says, “Residents Only.” An old silver camping trailer sits off to one side, half buried by tall grass and weeds. A half-dozen bikes are parked in the driveway. Inside, it's dark and smells strongly of mildew. ”>>”
Thu, Sep 06, 2018
Source: NHPR
A sewage facility in the works in the town of Plymouth will give the state a new market for recycled cooking oils, fats and grease. There's only one plant in New Hampshire that currently processes what's known as FOG, which comes from places like commercial kitchens. FOG can cause costly, ”>>”
Mon, Aug 20, 2018
Source: NHPR
Do you ever wonder about the sounds we hear every day, by choice or by circumstance? How does the sound of our daily environments affect our lives and minds? One man seeks the quietest place in the White Mountains and we explore the art of the soundscape. ”>>”
Fri, Jul 27, 2018
Source: NHPR
We look at the White Mountains as part of our regional series, Going Local . The White Mountains have some of the best hiking, ATV trails, skiing, and other outdoor sports opportunities in the country, and the region features plenty of attractions for families and adventurers alike. However, sustainable workforce ”>>”
Wed, Jul 25, 2018
Source: NHPR
Dennis Follensbee took a hike in the White Mountains about a month ago. He wanted to get away, to find some peace and quiet. Or, as he puts it, “nature sounds and not people sounds.” As he climbed out of the valley, the trickling of water from the brook below ”>>”
Mon, Jul 16, 2018
Source: NHPR
The Exchange will explore a different region of the state every Thursday starting July 12th: the Great North Woods, the White Mountains, the Lakes Region, Dartmouth/Sunapee, the Monadnock Region, the Merrimack Valley, and the Seacoast. We look at what makes each region distinct, the biggest issues facing that part of ”>>”
Mon, Jul 09, 2018
Source: NHPR