When New Hampshire’s geological state symbol Old Man of the Mountain fell from its perch in 2003, it was a devastating blow to the community. Fortunately, New Hampshire is home to a number of other spectacular rock formations. The Flume Gorge in New Hampshire is one such place. Let’s explore…

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Though uphill, the Flume Gorge hike is accessible to a wide range of visitors due to the built stair and bridge infrastructure and short length of the trail. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit natural beauty that was centuries in the making. Read more about this trail at the New Hampshire State Parks website — and download that scavenger hunt here!

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