Photograph: Kancamagus Highway

Albany Covered Bridge

The Kancamagus Highway, part of state route 112, is a National Scenic Byway running roughly 30 miles east-west across the White Mountains of New Hampshire between Conway and Lincoln. The road was built in the 1960’s and named after Kancamagus (pronounced “Kank-ah-MAW-gus”), known as “The Fearless One”, chief of the Pennacook Native American tribe that lived in this area. There are several wonderful vistas and places to walk about in nature, including the locations depicted in these photographs.
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