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Outing Ideas and Planning
Scouts New England Since 1997, 'we cover everything Scouting related in the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont'. Links to scout camps and activities in New England. Hiking trails, troop websites, outdoor tips. Have a look, then look again.
Camping Guides
Where To Go Camping Guide

Order of the Arrow
Tschitani Lodge #66
Connecticut Rivers Council
60 pages. Well done, easy to navigate. Lists National and Council High Adventure treks, many historic trails, scout camps, and adventure rograms and outfitters.
White Mountain National Forest Camping List of campgrounds, maps for White Mt. National Forest.
NH State Park Campgrounds NH has 19 state parks with camping facilities. Schedule. Rates. Reservation system.
BSA High Adventure Bases BSA National and Northeast Region high adventure bases.
Hiking Guides
New Hampshire Mountain Hikes FREE. Great cross-reference lists of NH mountain hikes. Hike reports and photos. Much information.
New Hampshire Hikes and Walks FREE. Fairly up-to-date trail information. Good map references. Forum.
NH Hiking Trails & Maps NH state park trails and maps online from the New Hampshire Bureau of Trails.
Hikes near Dartmouth Great area hike information from Dartmouth Outdoor Club.
Places to go Hiking in New Hampshire Hike list by geographic area. Some links to more information.
Hike New Hampshire Trip Finder FREE. Searchable online database of some NH hikes. Database is small in number of hikes and amount of information for each hike but is still helpful.
Friends of the Wapack Trail Information for the 21-mile Wapack Trail from Mount Watatic in Ashburnham, MA, to North Pack in Greenfield, NH For the most part, the trail follows a skyline route along the summits of Watatic, Pratt, New Ipswich, Barrett and Temple mountains, then ascends the Pack Monadnocks. Trail can be hiked in shorter segments.
Appalachian Trail The Appalachian Trail cuts through Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, ann Massachusetts on its 2,178 mile journey to Georgia.
Freedom Trail (Boston) The Freedom Trail is a five mile hike through two and a half centuries of America's past in downtown Boston. It begins at the Boston Commons Visitor's booth on Tremont st. near the Park st. MBTA station. The trail ends at the U.S.S. Constitution in Charlestown. This walking tour permits visitors to discover more than fifteen historical sites. A patch or medal may be earned upon completion of the hike along with an essay.