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Pack Monadnock Summit Road leading to North Pack Summit, elevation 2,278 may be accessed from Miller State Park.

SR 19 travels between the towns of Winchester and West Rindge traveling past Rhododendron State Park.

SR 202 travels from West Rindge north to Hillsborough. Powder Mill Pond and Franklin Pierce Lake offer picnicking and fishing opportunities.

SR 10 may be followed north between Winchester to the town of Marlow. Bear Den Natural Area and Surry Mountain Lake offer outdoor recreation.

Traveling between Hancock to Marlow along SR 123 offers sights of Briggs / Big Woods Lands, access to the Bald Mountain Trail, Robb Reservoir, Highland Lake and Cold Spring Pond.

From the town of Jaffrey, two scenic drives are possible. The first leads out of town on SR 137 to Bennington past the Peterson Wildlife Management area, the Thacher Memorial Forest and several fishing ponds. The other route out of Jaffrey heads west to Marlborough past Monadnock State Park, Gap Mountain Reservation, Perkins Pond, Rocky Ridge Trail and Meeting house Pond Wildlife Sanctuary.

The last scenic drive in the Monadnock Travel Region is from Keene to Temple Mountain which is a well known downhill ski area. Temple Mountain is located on the south side of SR 101 whereas Miller State Park is located on the north side of SR 101.

Elevation: 2,278 Feet

Elevation Gain: 1,200 Feet

Directions: From Winchester, NH, Many of these drives begin in the Winchester area off State Routes 19, 202 and 10. Other drives may be accessed from Jaffrey off State Routes 137 and 124. The town of Keene offers a scenic drive from State Route 101.

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Monadnock Travel Region
New Hampshire

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