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One-Room School Houses Still in Operation in NH September 2013

One-Room School Houses Still in Operation in NH

One-room school houses are not just things of the past - there are still some running right here in the Granite State. Plus, you can visit some that are now historical sites.

The Student Debt Problem and College Costs in New Hampshire September 2013

The Student Debt Problem and College Costs in New Hampshire

You can’t really put a price tag on higher education, but colleges and universities do it anyway — and it’s a big one that’s only getting bigger. Why is this happening and is there anything we can do about it?

Birches: Learn About New Hampshire's State Tree August 2013

Birches: Learn About New Hampshire's State Tree

Our romance with New Hampshire’s state tree, the elegant birch, is multi-faceted. Discover the many ways our white birches are celebrated and utilized in the Granite State.

Finding Lost NH Waterfalls With Photographer Chris Whiton August 2013

Finding Lost NH Waterfalls With Photographer Chris Whiton

New Hampshire photographer Chris Whiton rediscovers and photographs "lost" waterfalls throughout the state.

A Guide to New Hampshire's General Stores August 2013

A Guide to New Hampshire's General Stores

General stores have changed with the times over the last 200 years. Some closed their doors, but dozens adapted to modern life — without losing their historical roots — and still thrive here in New Hampshire.

Above it All: A Guide to the White Mountains AMC Huts July 2013

Above it All: A Guide to the White Mountains AMC Huts

Roughing it may be part of the appeal when hiking the majestic White Mountains, but even the most intrepid explorers are grateful for the eight havens of hospitality — the Appalachian Mountain Club huts — sprinkled throughout the vast high wilderness.

Guide to Exploring the Back Roads of New Hampshire June 2013

Guide to Exploring the Back Roads of New Hampshire

Life is a journey, not a destination, right? So unplug your GPS, meander and take a bypass around the heart of the city. We also offer a few offbeat attractions along the way.

Take the Plunge: A Guide to NH's Swimming Holes June 2012

Take the Plunge: A Guide to NH's Swimming Holes

Cool off this summer by taking a dip in a picturesque swimming hole. Here's a guide (with directions and a map) to some of the best spots in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire's Hidden Places March 2012

New Hampshire's Hidden Places

Nature photographer Jerry Monkman has been disappearing for a living since 2000, capturing New England's most pristine patches of wilderness for various conservation organizations and his own series of workshops and coffee table books.

Dreams of Country Living March 2012

Dreams of Country Living

A well-designed home in the country — whether built from scratch or renovated from an existing house — can be your dream come true.

Destination NH

Destination NH

Destination New Hampshire is a guide to the resources that visitors and current residents need most. Showcasing the seven regions of our diverse state, Destination is an easy-to-use, informative reference guide in a convenient format that people will utilize and share with others.

Click here for more information.