Monthly Archives: March 2015

Pulpit Rock Conservation Area

Pulpit Rock Conservation Area hosts over 3 miles of trails in a 330-acre parcel. Pulpit brook flows through one of the most impressive natural gorges in southern NH.

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Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge protects over 1000 acres on New Hampshire’s great estuary.

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Doe Farm

Doe Farm natural area is a small, but important part of the Lamprey River watershed.

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Russell Abbott State Forest

The Russell Abbot State forest is an extensive preserve with well-blazed trails and the remains of a large mill.

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Martha’s Brook & Sam’s Trail Loop

Martha’s Brook and Sam’s Trail is a 1.5 mile loop through lush forest that holds a surprise or two.

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Hampstead Trails

Brief description of the extensive Hampstead east and west trail networks.

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Garwin Falls

This is another popular location for photographers and with good reason. Not only do we have an impressive waterfall, but the brook itself is gorgeous, winding through dense groves of mountain laurel. The falls themselves are natural, but lie below

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Little River Conservation Area

Utilizing the resources of this very site I found information about this location and I’m very happy to have explored it. It took me a while to find the parking area which has a sign, but is too far back

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Tucker Brook/Falls

If you’re a nature photographer in southern NH, this is probably a place you know and love. If you’re not and you’ve never been, you’re in for a treat. Tucker Brook and the lovely falls are one of several easily

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Horse Hill Nature Preserve

Often when I want to get outside, I don’t want to drive a long way to get there. That’s one of the reasons this web site exists. A┬ápreserve that I feel is important, especially for southern NH which can seem

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