NE 4,000 Footers
NE 100 Highest
NH 4,000 Footers
NH 100 Highest
NH 52 With A View
NH Belknap Range
NH Ossipee 10
MSR Maps - formerly Microsoft Terraserver.
New England's Lost Hiking Trails
UNH Historic USGS Maps - one of the best things about old topo maps is that they use real measurements instead of that stupid metric junk.
Appalachian Mountain Club Four Thousand Footer Committee - maintainers of the NH 4,000 footer list.
Connecticut Explorer's Guide
Flags on the 48 - an annual September 11th memorial hike held on the New Hampshire 4,000 footers.
Hike New Hampshire
Hike The Whites
Mohamed Ellozy's Peak Bagging Site - great resource for New England 4,000 footers.
NewEnglandTrailConditions.com - excellent resource for hiking trail conditions.
NHMountainHiking.com - excellent resource for locations, photos, and lengths of trails in NH
SummitPost - a nice worldwide hiking reference
Trail Bandit - mapping and maintaining trails in the Ossipee Mountains
Views From The Top - hiking forums
The White Mountains
4000 Footer Grid - reaching all 48 of the NH 4,000 foot peaks in every single month.
White Mountains Winter Four Thousand Footers in One Season - reaching all 48 of the NH 4,000 foot peaks in one single winter.
The Adventures of Tom & Atticus
Dickens the Welsh Terrier
Mountain Wandering - the blog of author Steve Smith
Tim Lucia's NH 48 4K Blog
Trail to Summit: Peak Bagging in New England
Trish and Alex hike the 4000 foot Whites
Trish does the Grid
Hiking Trail Sites
The Midstate Trail - goes from the NH border to the RI border.
Metacomet-Monadnock Trail - goes from Connecticut to New Hampshire. This link is to the old site before AMC took it over.
Professional Hiking Photographers
Jim Salge Photography
Ghostflowers - K D Talbot
Patrick LaFreniere Photography
Forest Fire Lookout Association - where there's a firetower, there's usually a good view.
Mountain Wanderer Map & Book Store - located in downtown Lincoln, NH, awesome collection of hiking maps and books.
New England's Cancelled Ski Areas
New England's CCC Alpine Ski Trails
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