The guide, which was first published 11 years before the creation of the White Mountain National Forest in 1918, has grown to include more than 500 trails and six color maps. The 618-page book, now in its 28th edition, will continue to be published offering detailed descriptions of views, terrain and tips like where to find drinking water.
In one other news item today about New Hampshire. Blogs.westward.com has this: What is the only U.S. state with four consecutive consonants in its name? New Hampshire