History, hiking, pumpkins and two farmstead cheesemakers fill a foliage-painted weekend in the Upper Valley
We take advantage of beautiful September weather to explore historic villages close to home.
A trio of towns — Pittsburg, Clarksville and Stewartstown — fill the narrow triangle at the tip of the state, a vast area of forests, lakes and streams and headwaters of the Connecticut River.
Summer is the perfect time to visit Tamworth as it hosts a historic summer theatre venue, the Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm, a great farmers' market, picturesque hiking and more.
We begin at one of NH’s prettiest lakes and explore the two towns that guard it — Ashland and Holderness.
For writers, a weekend at an inn where one of New England’s great poets stayed is positively inspiring
With spring in the air, we begin to think of weekends at the beach, even though it’s a bit early for ocean swimming.
A gray March weekend with rain forecasted didn’t promise much skiing, so we opted for antique shops, old movies and some restaurants we’d been hearing about.
A February snowstorm suggests a weekend of village pleasures and skiing at the uncrowded Dartmouth Skiway.
Good food and good skiing — what better combination for a wintry weekend in the White Mountains?