Tucked away in the southwest corner of the state, the Monadnock region embodies what is “typically New England” from the perfectly preserved mill town of Harrisville to the four covered bridges of Swanzey, to Dublin, home of Yankee Magazine and The Old Farmer’s Alamac and to the vibrant college community of Keene. Like a New England sampler, the restaurants, shops and lodgings throughout the region are one-of-kind, offering a personal welcome.
The landscape is dominated by Mount Monadnock, the nation’s most climbed mountain. Its dramatic peak has inspired artists and poets throughout the years and can be seen from most of the 40 towns encircling its base. The region’s 200 lakes and ponds provide plenty of opportunity for swimming, fishing, kayaking/canoeing, and many forest and state parks provide a beautiful setting for hiking, walking and picnicking.
Here are a few of our favorite things to do and see in the area:
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