You Can Reach New Hampshire’s Unique Upside Down Bridge On A Walk That’s Less Than A Half Mile
New Hampshire is easily considered one of the most quintessential New England states. With all of its small towns, mom and pop shops, and history it’s easy to get lost exploring the back roads and off-the-beaten path things to see. One of our favorite ways to explore the state is by checking out the many covered bridges. This one, sitting over the Winnipesaukee River, is extra-unique!
The Sulphite Covered Bridge can be visited year-round, but cannot be crossed so you’ll need to admire it from afar. For more nitty-gritty details on its construction, you can visit the official nh.gov site here.
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