SEVEN SERIES BLOG ON NEW HAMPSHIRE (The Great North Woods Region)

The Great North Woods region where maple sugar shacks are  found, you can spot a moose almost daily whether you want to or not.  You can catch a trout with a fly fish rod almost as fast as you can catch your death from pneumonia but if you’re a fisherman, or you just enjoy the walk on the wild side every now and then the Great North Woods region is for you but here you will find just about everything your heart desires and things you haven’t thought about yet.

In this region there are lots of things to do but you are limited when it starts to get cold and winter hits because the roads become icy, slick, and snowy and snowmobiles become better for the road than cars, bikes and ATV’s . There are guides to help you travel safer around the region and to make sure you get home in one peace.

Now if you’re interested in some activities for summer and spring you can go with swimming, kayaking, boating, skiing, biking, hiking, ATV, fishing, picnicking, and just relaxing while everyone else does the hard stuff and you enjoy you book or taking pictures of all the fun.

The Great North Woods Region is an interesting region but if I had to live here I couldn’t because even though it had plenty to do and lots of beautiful country to see the snow would get old too fast and I would be a unhappy person but think of all the beautiful photos I would have between all the mountains and water in the region.

view across from one mountain to Mount Washington
view across from one mountain to Mount Washington
a view across the water to Mount Washington
a view across the water to Mount Washington
Drummer, NH  kayaking till you get tired
Drummer, NH
kayaking till you get tired
Stark, NH  wintertime Christmas covered bridge next to a church
Stark, NH
wintertime Christmas covered bridge next to a church
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