Here are more than 40 places to visit and things to do this summer (plus a few historical facts) that illustrate how New Hampshire created the modern world. Sort of.
What happens after 180-inches of snow falls in Mt Washington Valley over the winter? “April rains mean waterfalls reign” as winter snow melts.
They’re no longer needed for navigation — GPS changed that — but people are still loving lighthouses
Zebulon Jakub is a master of the sport of snowkiting, a process that involves strapping on skis and a kite to get big air and even bigger thrills. It’s dangerous, exhilarating and definitely not for amateurs.
We have tips on finding the best hills, great sleds from the plastic to the high-tech, tubing parks and more.
How our serene autumn dinner for a few guests turned into a sprawling annual event for more than a hundred. (And how you can do it too.)
Come September, the raptors — birds of prey like hawks, eagles and falcons — start to migrate. Thanks to NH Audubon, you can have the amazing experience of seeing them up close.
Ever wanted to try your hand at tossing a caber or hurling a haggis? Our man on the scene Kevin (Mac)Flynn shows how not to do it.
We asked Mike Morin to win a blue ribbon at the Deerfield Fair. To our surprise, he did. Here's how he did it and how you can too!
Though some ambitious paddlers have traveled the river from its source to the ocean, this great recreational resource offers a number of day trips ideal for even the novice canoer.