THE MONADNOCK REGION

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Explore the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire

The Monadnock Region is renowned for depicting classic New England beauty and charm. It is located in the southwestern part of the state.

It is resplendent with picturesque rolling hills, winding country roads, small villages, and stunning greenery. At the center of this region lies Mount Monadnock, a 3,165 ft mountain that gives the region its name. (A Monadnock otherwise known as an “inselberg” is a hill or mountain that is surrounded by virtually level land rather than other mountains.) It is often represented as one of the most climbed mountains in the world, and at its peak has views of up to 100 miles in any direction. The mountain is located mostly in Jaffrey but other notable towns in the region include Peterborough and Keene. Keene is the home of Keene State College and the widest main street in the world. When touring this region, be sure to see the Ashuelot Covered Bridge in Swanzey. It is one of the most beautiful covered bridges in New Hampshire. Travel route 137 for 17 miles to experience the unparalleled New England beauty located in this region.

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