White Mountain National Forest Photo Gallery

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A mist-shrouded peak in White Mountain National Forest. Beautiful alpine terrain, abundant wildlife, and a wealth of facilities—including ski hills, campgrounds, and more than 1,200 miles of hiking trails—have made this New Hampshire wilderness one of the nation's most popular national forests.  
Credit: Tony Sweet/Digital Vision 
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Considered a spiritual place by New England's Native Americans, Mount Washington is the region's highest peak.  
Credit: Jason B./Flickr 
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The White Mountains' dense forest cover, which includes these birch and maple trees, produces spectacular colors in autumn.  
Credit: David Haigh/Digital Vision/Getty 
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Mount Liberty and Mount Flume are peaks in the Franconia range, one of four in White Mountain National Forest's Pemigewasset Wilderness.  
Credit: Charlie DeTar/Wikimedia 
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Colorful birch and maple leaves blanketing a trail  
Credit: Jim Lukach/Flickr 
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Angular boulders direct a waterfall's zig-zag path  
Credit: Tom Nealaus/Flickr 
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A rocky mountain stream coursing through a pine glade  
Credit: Jason B./Flickr 
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A pristine mountain landscape lies beyond Lake Chocorua  
Credit: James Randklev/Photographer's Choice/Getty 
 
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