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The gigantic and world famous Madison Boulder is an inextricable part of the city's natural charm attracting several thousand visitors each year. Surrounding the massive boulder is the Madison Boulder Natural Area, a verdant expanse that is perfect for a day out with family and friends. There are several spots around the park where you can bring a picnic and enjoy the clear skies and bask under the sun. Hiking trails of varying difficulties run around this 17 acres (6 hectare) area, thus providing outdoor enthusiasts with some adventure. Pets on leash are welcomed here.
Set in Bartlett in New Hampshire, Bear Notch Road connects the Kancamagus Highway and the White Mountain Trail. This scenic road is closed when it is covered in snow during the cold winter months. It takes you through the Bartlett Experimental Forest which is scattered with lush green hardwood trees. A part of this road also connects with the Upper Nanmocomuck Ski Trail. Hike along this road and you will find various lookout points that offers stunning views of the nearby mountains and woodlands.
King Pine Ski Area is a ski resort and is located at Madison, Carroll County, New Hampshire. It is a ski resort with 45 acres of ski able area and has six ski lifts and seventeen trails. This resort has been operational for over 50 years and also has night skiing facilities.
A premier venue for a variety of cultural programs, the Stone Mountain Arts Center, known locally as SMAC, is where all the action happens in Brownfield. On its stage have performed numeorus local as well as national bands and artists, including names like Bela Fleck and Marty Stuart. The atmosphere is charged with a palpable energy, exuded by the hundreds of music fans who head here to see their favorite artists perform. There's also food and drinks offered, so fans won't have to go hungry or thirsty. See the website or call to know more.
Travel back in time to understand the architectural designs of the bygone era by visiting the Moses Hutchins House built in 1839 in Federal style of architecture. The house is also known as the Kimball-Standford House which is listed on the U.S National Register of Historic Places. The house has been restored to its original form by the present owners, Lovell Historical Society who operate it as a museum depicting local history as well as a research center.
Sabbaday Falls is a popular tourist attraction that enchants visitors of every age with its untouched beauty and natural charm. Cascading down from a height of 45 feet, the falls are a sparking curtain of pristine water surrounded by verdant foliage and glistening rocks; a breathtaking sight indeed. A small parking lot and picnic tables along Kancamagus Highway mark the beginning of the trail that leads to the Sabbaday Falls viewing area. The hike itself is easy enough and suitable for all.