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Dartmouth - Lake Sunapee Region
White Mountain National Forest
White Mountain National Forest Silver Cascade Falls © Gary Jordan
This is a view from the road Highway 302. This is less then half the total drop of the falls.
White Mountain National Forest Flume Cascade © Gary Jordan
Flume Cascade is the sister falls of Silver Cascade. They flow down the mountain next to each other.
Federal Building
Laconia, New Hampshire   03246
Located north of New Hampshire's central plateau, lies the White Mountains National Forest, cloaked with forests and laced with streams. Among the ranges and ridges are the highest mountains in the Northeast, the Presidential Range, which culminate in the bare granite summit of 6,288-foot Mount Washington, Mounts Adams, Jefferson, Monroe and Madison also exceed 5,000 feet in elevation. The Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire runs mainly through the White Mountains, including a section along the Presidential Ridge that is the longest section of the trail above the treeline.
 Hiking Trailyes

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
April 11 not a park! / looks like a park by Swiftc
The white mountain National Forest is not a national Park. It is a working forest administered by the Forest Service, a subgroup of the US dept of Agriculture. As such they manage the forest on the basis of multiple uses and a sustained yield of timber. Timber harvests are part of the management edict.
July 19 by R.c.p.
I have going to n.h. For forty years with my family . We hiked most of the trails an camped in dolly coop Campground and really miss it .
October 1 Some Things Stay The Same by Judy B.
I have to give my thanks to the Parks Dept. for keeping the Whites pretty much the same. Been going there about 50 years and I can count on still finding wilderness, well kept trails, good parking areas, and the peace I came to find. You have my praise for protecting this area for generations to come! I miss the Old Man though.

Area Campgrounds
Beech Hill Campground & Cabins
970 Route 302 West
Twin Mountain, NH
Area Cabins and Lodges
Mountain Club on Loon
90 Loon Mountain Rd
Lincoln, NH
(603) 745-2244
Village of Loon Mountain Resort
Kancamagus Hwy
Lincoln, NH
(603) 745-3401

Travelling north from Boston on US Highway 93 will lead you to the forest.

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