Life in Hanover NH

Across the Connecticut River from Norwich, Vermont stands Hanover, New Hampshire – another gem in the Upper Valley. With a population just over 11,000 residents, Hanover is the home of Dartmouth College and a busy business center for the region. In all of its historic New England charm, Hanover offers visitors and residents entertainment for any season. 

Outdoor Enthusiasts

Hanover lends easy access to year-round recreation for outdoor enthusiasts. For the water lovers, the Connecticut River offers kayaking and canoeing. Quechee State Park just over the river in Hartford, VT offers great areas for fishing and hiking. Bedell Bridge State Historic Site is a 38-acre park along the Connecticut River with a Fish and Game boat launch within the park. Lake Tarleton State Park offers an unguarded swimming beach as well as hunting and fishing in season. This park offers beautiful views of the White Mountain National Forest across the lake. Take to the slopes skiing on one of the nearby ski slopes like Dartmouth Skiway or Whaleback Mountain. Transform some of your favorite hiking trails into snowshoeing trails as winter rolls in. Hike the Appalachian Trail or take a stroll around Occom Pond to get a break from the bustle of downtown. In the winter, Occom Pond is known as one of the top 10 ice skating rinks in the state. Smarts Mountain, at 3,240 feet, offers the closest feel of the higher elevations in the White Mountains. With open quartzite ledges as well as an old fire tower on the summit, Smarts offers beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.

Hanover Homes for Sale

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