This 800-Foot-Long Crack In The Ground In New Hampshire Was Created Millions Of Years Ago, And You Can Hike It

There are a lot of ways to take in the great outdoors of New Hampshire, but none are quite as impressive at this place in Lincoln. Created over 200 million years ago, tourists and locals flock to the impressively formed rocks walls. And, the best part is that these views can be accessed without breaking a sweat!

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Flume Gorge can be visited from May through October. Admission is $16 per adult and $14 per child aged 6 to 12. Kids under 6 are free. You can learn more about visiting on the New Hampshire State Parks website. Thirsty for more Granite State goodness? These 9 unimaginably beautiful places in New Hampshire are must visits! Know of another attraction or local business that could use some extra love right now? Nominate them and they could be featured in an upcoming article!

Address: Flume Gorge, 852 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA