Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The Kancamagus Highway is made up of 34 miles of scenic highway which incorporates numerous sites and locations, including: camping, hiking, and scenic spots. It is also known for the rushing Swift River. The Kancamagus Highway is especially popular during the Fall months when leaf peepers frequent the area.
We had a wonderful Adventure to the Kancamagus Highway. We visited Sabbaday Falls, the Albany Covered Bridge, Lower Falls, Rocky Gorge, Lily Pond, Lincoln Woods, several scenic overviews, and the Lovequist Pond Loop. We have been to all these locations before, but it has been some time that we visited some of them. We arrived at 6am and except for Lincoln Woods were able to avoid the crowds, quite surprised and pleased to see fewer visitors then at any of our previous visits. Wilma was thrilled with the rocks, hiking, and exploring, and I could not get enough of the beauty and great exercise. It was one special day, and we were both exhausted by the time we headed home. I decided to do a collage of all of these locations below, although will only include limited photographs of the Albany Covered Bridge as I blogged about it individually. It warms my heart to know that I first discovered the Kancamagus Highway with Shadow and Buster, and will continue these Adventures with Wilma. If you have any questions about these locations, or photographs please reach out to me in the comments, or through the “contact” form on the menu. We love the White Mountains of New Hampshire (Rating: 5).