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Donations are always welcome. View All Events. Park in the middle of village, walk up a slight hill for half a mile, and there it is in front of you,then have a coffee in the cafe, you Facebook Twitter. August 3 pm - pm.
Discover the Covered Bridges of New Hampshire
Be sure to come hungry and enjoy a wonderfully delicious menu prepared by Apple Buns! As this event is weather dependent please check back for a rain date. Our artists have carved the originals in wax or metal, because of this process we are able to capture and replicated some of the finer details of the covered bridges. Most contain a portion of the truss work that makes them unique.
People, Places, Parties: Wander Far, Wander Often
About 70 of the original covered bridges are still in existence. We have replicated 20 of the more well-known bridges in our collection.
We've included the Honeymoon bridge, aka the Jackson bridge, and other landmark ones such as the Blair bridge, the Bath bridge, and the Cornish-Windsor bridge. Each one comes with a card giving the location and details of the bridge.
New Hampshire's White Mountains : Covered Bridges of the White Mountains
Start collecting today. Collect these ornaments as you visit the actual bridge in your travels.
You can either proudly display the ornament year-round or using them at Christmas on your Christmas tree. Either way, the fond memories of the trip will come back and bring great joy. Mechanics Street Covered Bridge Ornament. The falls will be on the right hand side of the road with ample parking.
Nature has made a magnificent, beautiful spot for fishermen and swimmers alike. Dixville Flume Waterfall - Enjoy a beautiful view of the falls and picnic areas indicated by signs. Located approximately 10 miles east from the junction of Routes 26 and 3 on Main Street in Colebrook. It is situated a few steps from Route 26 at the foot of the hill east of Dixville Notch. To get there, drive north on Rte 3 to Pittsburg to Magalloway Road about 11 miles north of the village.
Turn right onto Magalloway Road. Take Buckhorn Road which is the second right off of Magalloway Road about 3 miles.
Covered bridges in the NH Lakes Region
You will pass through a gate after miles and the road becomes the Cedar Stream Road. Look for snowmobile trail on the left. Park on the side and start down the the snowmobile trail. You will cross 2 snowmobile bridges. The trail head is located on the left, immediately after crossing the second bridge. The trail is beautifully done with log stairs and log benches.