These 4 New Hampshire Hiking Trails Lead To Some Incredible Pieces Of History

New Hampshire is rich in history, thanks to its rural agricultural and industrial beginnings. While much of the state’s past can be learned by visiting museums, there are other locations where you can immerse yourself in the very spots where the history actually happened, as if you were stepping back in time. All it takes is some basic hiking gear and an urge to explore.

If you are a fan of history and hiking, we are sure these walks into the past will interest you. For more looks at New Hampshire’s past, also check out the The Robert Frost Historic Site in Derry and Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center in Laconia.

Address: Red Hill Fire Tower, 350 Red Hill Rd, Moultonborough, NH 03254, USA
Address: Chippewa Trailhead, Pike, NH 03780, USA
Address: Russell-Colbath House, Kancamagus Hwy, Albany, NH 03818, USA
Address: Moose Mountains Reservation, 250 New Portsmouth Rd, Middleton, NH 03887, USA

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