This year, why not resolve to make the best of the snow and ice? Here are 28 things to do (outside), from climbing a frozen waterfall and learning how to build a snow shelter to skiing and ice fishing.
This tour of historical and beautiful graveyards from around the state combines the spirit of the Halloween season with some of the best places to view fall foliage.
Each year, at about this time, an osprey nesting in New Hampshire begins an amazing journey deep into South America. Come spring, he makes his way back.
No one walks the 2,180 miles of the Appalachian Trail and emerges unchanged. Nearly three of every four who set out to do it fail, but even among those the attempt marks a transformative moment in life.
Fifty years ago this September, a UFO was spotted over Exeter. Or was it something else? This case (and many others that took place here in New Hampshire) remains unsolved. Discover the evidence, read the accounts and decide for yourself what did or didn’t happen.
The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom is filled with fascinating music history. Opened in 1899, this NH icon has evolved from a family entertainment center to a Big Band-era dance hall to the modern concert venue we know today.
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.