Much of the terrain that we see today in New Hampshire was formed at a time when great lakes and massive sheets of ice covered the region. When these glaciers melted off, they left behind rugged natural features such as steep mountains and gorges. An excellent example of the latter can be found at Pulpit Rock Conservation Area in Bedford. My recent visit to this small but impressive glacial gorge in New Hampshire was a look back in time that we can all enjoy.

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Pulpit Rock Conservation Area offers a variety of walks up to three miles and is a perfect place to bring kids, but use caution and wear sturdy footwear while in the gorge, as sections are rugged and steep. Of all the beautiful gorges in New Hampshire, this one is definitely worth a visit. For more information and to download a trail map, visit Piscataquog Land Conservancy.

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