5 Fall Photo Opps in New Hampshire’s White Mountains

Fall foliage is looking pretty spectacular in New Hampshire right now.  Color is coming out just about everywhere. The White Mountains Region is always a favorite spot for leaf peeping and this year is no exception. Check out this route that takes you off the beaten path! https://youtu.be/_h0JP5Qa_Aw    Why not kick off this trip with a waterfall!  There’s several places to access Livermore Falls, we found a spot in Campton on the western side of the Pemigewasset River.  Follow the path down a hill, and within just a few minutes you’ll be at a great place to take in the falls and the surroundings.  From this vantage point you have a great view of the cascades that tumble down about 25 feet through a small gorge.  A bonus at this local is the old railroad line… spend a few minutes walking along the path winds along the River. [...]

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4 Waterfall Hikes in Southern New Hampshire in the Winter

    There is no doubt about it, New Hampshire's White Mountains are home to some pretty amazing waterfalls. But there’s also some spectacular ones in the southern part of the state. Trust me when I say, you're going to want to put these on your winter weekend trip list! https://youtu.be/k_0TxjROq8g   Tucker Brook Falls The trail to get to Tucker Brook Falls is fairly quick.  The path from the parking lot will lead you across a small bridge and there are a couple of small hills but before long you’ll come to Tucker Brook, soon after that you’ll come to the falls.  I’ve never seen a frozen waterfall in person, so to see them in this state is pretty awesome. You can hear the water rushing behind the frozen cascade and it’s quite mesmerizing. The falls are about a 12 foot drop but seem much larger frozen.  Enjoy [...]

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NH Raised, NYC Living

You know what they say… you can take a girl out of the city but you can’t take the city out of the girl. But in this case, it’s New Hampshire that you can’t take out of these two NYC-living ladies who always find the time to travel back to their native roots. […]

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