Great North Woods

Great North Woods New Hampshire

Welcome to the New Hampshire Great North Woods Region. The Great North Woods Region is best known for wildlife and adventure vacations.  Many moose, bear, deer, bird and other wildlife life here. Moose may be seen throughout this region but particularly along Route 3 north of Pittsburg, NH.   Pittsburg, NH’s thirteen-mile scenic roadway is known as “Moose Alley”.  Please share your Great North Woods vacation reviews and comments. To feature your NH north country business in – New Hampshire’s Internet Magazine, contact us.

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A visit to the Connecticut Lakes region is a popular adventure vacation destination. This area of far northern New Hampshire offers unlimited opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities, such as snowmobiling, hiking, camping, fishing, birding, ATV trail riding,  and hunting. The Great North Woods Region is an outdoor paradise and contains the most rural area of the state. The region was once famous for log drives – early loggers floated the logs down the Connecticut River to waiting mills downstream every spring.  The NH Great North Woods region borders Quebec, Canada to the north, Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom to the west and Maine to the east. This region is comprised of northern and central Coos County. A very beautiful, rural and “energy active” area – the 45 parallel crosses here and numerous para normal events, sightings and stories have taken place here.

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Coos County NH (Northern)

Population: 33,055

County Seat: Lancaster

City – Berlin

Towns – Carroll, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Dalton, Dummer, Errol, Gorham, Jefferson, Lancaster, Milan, Northumberland, Pittsburg, Randolph, Shelburne, Stark, Stewartstown, Stratford, Whitefield

VillagesBretton Woods, Twin Mountain, Cascade, Groveton, West Stewartstown, North Stratford

TownshipsCambridge, Dixville, Millsfield

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The Connecticut River divides Vermont and New Hampshire.

The Connecticut River divides Vermont and New Hampshire. Click photo to enlarge view.

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