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scenic routes and covered bridge??

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scenic routes and covered bridge??

are there any books or maps you know of im driving thru the southern part of new hampshire to get to vermont?? thanks

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1. Re: scenic routes and covered bridge??

Where are you starting from? There are several good web sites that can help you. The Keene/Swanzey area has 6 covered bridges and is just across the CT River from Vermont. Try www.southwestnh.com for info and the Keene Chamber of Commerce web site. Information is listed in many travel/guide books that are available at any book store.

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2. Re: scenic routes and covered bridge??

visitnh.gov is the state tourism website. Click on the Monadnock region, which is the southwest section that includes Keene/Swanzey. I believe the website also has a link to covered bridges in the state. In addition to the six in the Keene/Swanzey area, there is one in Greenfield on Forest Road that is very nice.

The Monadnock region is very scenic with a lot of winding roads and cute little towns. Coming from the east, once you cross Temple Mountain on Rte 101, the area loses the suburban feel for a more rural and rustic character.

Where are you coming from, and what time of year? There are many beautiful roads and unique little attractions. What are your interests?

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