This Hike Takes You To A Place Some Of New Hampshire's First Residents Left Behind
By Michelle|Published November 22, 2018
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Now that most of the leaves have fallen from the trees, walking through the New Hampshire woods can be a downright eerie experience. From the wind whistling through the branches of the trees to the amplified sound of snapping of tree branches beneath your feet, a winter hike can be a unique experience. One of our favorite spooky hikes is really more of a walk and it includes some interesting history as well as tales of haunting happenings.
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