The Unique Hike In New Hampshire That Leads You To Plane Wreckage From 1942

New Hampshire has a reputation for peaceful removed from the stresses of modern society – and we tend to assume that means war. While it’s been a very long time since battles were fought on Granite State soil, it wasn’t so very long ago in the scheme of things that a fighter plane crashed right in North Woodstock. The remains of this tragic accident can still be found in the New Hampshire woods, and a hike to see them is both fascinating and sobering.

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You can find the trail to the B-18 wreckage in North Woodstock. Learn more about the trail and get directions from AllTrails.

Looking for more Granite State history? Check out these six great museums.