New Hampshire's Kancamagus Highway
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Considered to be one of the most scenic roads in America, the Kancamagus Highway draws thousands of tourists to New Hampshire annually.
The highway, which runs between Conway and Lincoln and through the towns of Albany and Waterville Valley, was fully opened in 1967, but the development of the highway itself took over 120 years to become a reality. The Kancamagus is the gateway to the southern White Mountains and such celebrated natural sites as Sabbaday Falls, Lower Falls, and Rocky Gorge, to name just a few.
Join historian and author Glenn Knoblock as he details the development of this Granite State treasure, and offers a comprehensive guide to all there is to see and do along the "Kanc'?.
Literary New Hampshire
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The Franconia Gateway opens the way from a new perspective. With nearly one hundred fifty breathtaking views and fascinating stories, this history and guide leads from lore of the Native Americans, explorers, and early entrepreneurs to the logging boom years and the subsequent preservation era on to the days of the artists and poets and, ultimately, the tourists. The journey progresses through the communities of Plymouth, Campton, Thornton, Waterville Valley, Woodstock, and Franconia, and includes all the wonder and mystery of sites such as the Lost River, the Flume, and the Old Man of the Mountain.