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Our sister group, the Friends of the Northern Rail Trail in Grafton County, NH, managed completion of the Grafton County stretch and is now involved in operation and maintenance of that part of the trail.  Their Web site is  www.NorthernRailTrail.org.

We appreciate the great help provided by the Andover, NH Snowmobile Club.  Find out more about them at www.AndoverSnowmobileClub.com.

For more information about the rails-to-trails movement, see www.railtrails.org.

For important studies on rail trails and there impact on neighboring communities, see

An excellent source of information on new bicycling and walking trails is the Bike-Walk Alliance of New Hampshire at www.bwanh.org

If you want to climb some mountains, not just walk on a level trail, take a look at the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway hikes, www.srkg.com

If you would like to race down mountains while your significant other rides the rail
trail, consider Highland Mountain Bike Park, www.HighlandMountain.com

For practical information regarding organized walking and health programs see the
Caring Community Network of the Twin Rivers at www.ccntr.org

For Health initiatives and programs see www.HealNH.org


Upper Valley Trails Alliance, a regional  organization that promotes trails that connect communities http://www.uvtrails.org/

If you are interested in rail-trail information for central Massachusetts see  http://www.wachusettgreenways.org/

The Mascoma River Greenway group working to extend the Northern Rail Trail through Lebanon, NH.  http://mascomagreenway.wordpress.com/ or http://www.facebook.com/MascomaRiverGreenway

For information about various inn to inn bike routes in the region, please see http://www.bikethenorthernrailtrail.com


For a large variety of information about tourist opportunities in New Hampshire go to:  http://www.visitnh.gov . For tourist information specific to the central New Hampshire lakes region visit:  http://www.lakesregion.org.