The Great North Woods
New Hampshire’s Great North Woods is at the Northern part of the state above the White Mountains. It borders Canada, Maine, and Vermont and is part of 26 million acre forestland which includes territories from the preceding states as well as New York and Quebec. It is a playground for the outdoor sportsman and is resplendent with wildlife. Best known for its moose sightings, the Great North Woods offers a 13 mile scenic byway known as “Moose Alley” that runs along route 3 north of Pittsburgh. Also once renowned for log drives down the Connecticut River, this territory is home to the “Connecticut River Byway”, a 47 mile roadway from Lancaster to Woodsville. Both of these scenic drives are sure to please.