Return to NETSTATE.COM home page.

|| HOME
|| INTRO
|| SYMBOLS
|| ALMANAC
|| ECONOMY
|| GEOGRAPHY
|| STATE MAPS
|| PEOPLE
|| FORUM
|| NEWS
|| COOL SCHOOLS
|| STATE QUIZ
|| BOOK STORE
|| MARKETPLACE
|| STATE LINKS
|| NETSTATE.STORE
|| NETSTATE.MALL
|| GUESTBOOK
|| CONTACT US



[ LOBBY | PEOPLE | COOKING | HISTORY | OUTDOORS | REFERENCE | TRAVEL | MORE ]

OUTDOORS / RECREATION

Best Hikes with Children in Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine Best Hikes with Children in Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine by Cynthia Lewis and Thomas Lewis
Take the kids to visit Lonesome Lake in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest for a brook-side hike to swimming, boating, and an overnight hut stay at the lake. Or explore ancient sea caves and massive cliffs on the Gorham Mountain Trail in Maine's Acadia National Park. Vermont's popular Green Mountain National Forest is here, too. Spectacular views, berry picking sites, swimming holes, and tide pools are just a few of the natural treats in store for hiking families. Practical information on distance, difficulty, and elevation helps parents choose a suitable hike
Rails-To-Trails Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine: Official Conservancy Guidebook Rails-To-Trails Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine: Official Conservancy Guidebook
by Cynthia Mascott  
From the official series of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, this is your comprehensive state-by-state guide to walking, jogging, biking and cross-country skiing the region's rail-trail system. Inside you'll find: Full trail profiles, including length, access points, difficulty rating, and surface type; detailed trail maps; at-a-glance icons for easy identification of rail-trails that best suit your interests; wheelchair accessibility; availability of parking, rest rooms, and places to eat along the trail; location of ranger stations and visitor's centers and where to rent bikes, boats, skis, and other recreational equipment. The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is a nonprofit agency whose mission is to convert abandoned railroad lines into trails for public recreational use. Today, the Conservancy has created more than 10,000 miles of public trails across the United States. Buy this book now

[ HOME || INTRO || SYMBOLS || ALMANAC || ECONOMY || GEOGRAPHY || STATE MAPS || PEOPLE ]
[ FORUM || NEWS || COOL SCHOOLS || STATE QUIZ || BOOK STORE || MARKETPLACE || STATE LINKS ]
[ NETSTATE.STORE || NETSTATE.MALL || GUESTBOOK || CONTACT US || PRIVACY STATEMENT ]

Site designed exclusively for NETSTATE.COM by NSTATE
United States Flag


NETSTATE.COM is a Trademark of NSTATE, LLC.
Copyright © 1998- by NSTATE, LLC. All rights reserved.
No copyright is claimed on non-original or licensed material.
Support NETSTATE

Top