Brook Walk at Castle In The Clouds
October 16, 2015

By Ethan Hipple

There is a secret gem located in central New Hampshire: the Ossipee Mountains. The area is full of short hikes to granite ledges and open peaks, waterfalls galore, and no crowds except on a handful of locally popular hikes. A visitor to the Ossipee Mountains will wonder why they have never heard of this magical place before, as it is full of wildlife and offers much of the same exhilarating scenery as the White Mountains. The views south over Lake Winnipesaukee are breathtaking.

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