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White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire

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White Mountain National Forest was established in 1914 after concerned visitors began discussing how to preserve the area that was heavily logged and damaged. The protected area now covers 800,000 acres across New Hampshire and western Maine. Well known for its majestic alpine peaks and breathtaking scenery, the national forest is home to Mount Washington, the highest peak in New England.

—Prepared by the World Tribune staff

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