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Friday, March 14, 2008

The Flume - New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s Flume Gorge at Franconia Notch State Park takes you on a hike through granite halls, 19th century covered bridges, waterfalls and glacial boulders from the last ice age, and a wooden boardwalk that brings you up close in the gorge.

The Flume was discovered by a 93-year-old woman out fishing in 1808, so it shouldn’t be too much trouble for you to hike. As the spring comes upon us, and cabin fever drives us outdoors again, here is a great place to find that unique solace that nature offers.

For more on The Flume, have a look at this New Hampshire government website.

Been there? Done that? Brought your 93-year-old grandma? Let us know.

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