Posts Tagged: low and burbank’s grant



July History, White Mountains

Cold Brook in Low and Burbanks Grant, New Hampshire
July History, White Mountains - July in the New Hampshire White Mountains is a great time of year. Hikers are exploring the trails, fishermen are fishing the rivers, and campers are enjoying the campgrounds. Throughout the history of the White Mountains, outdoor recreation has been a favorite pastime for many families during this month. And some interesting historical events took place during July...[Continue reading] ...

Sanders Bridge, Randolph Path

Sanders Bridge - Randolph Path, New Hampshire
Sanders Bridge, Randolph Path - Originally built in 1976, the Sanders Bridge crosses Cold Brook along the Randolph Path in Low and Burbank's Grant, New Hampshire. It is a memorial to Miriam Sanders, who was a long-time resident of Randolph and treasurer of the Randolph Mountain Club (RMC) for many years...[Continue reading] ...

Cold Brook Cascades, White Mountains

Cascade #5 - Cold Brook, Randolph
Cold Brook Cascades, White Mountains - Cold Brook begins in King Ravine in the township of Low and Burbank's Grant and empties into the Moose River in Randolph. The 1908 map of the Northern Peaks of the Great Range and their Vicinity by Louis F. Cutter shows eleven marked cascades on Cold Brook. In the present day, the 9th edition of Randolph Paths states there are ten cascades....[Continue reading] ...

Snyder Brook Waterfalls, White Mountains

Snyder Brook - Low and Burbank's Grant, New Hampshire
Snyder Brook Waterfalls, White Mountains - Located in the New Hampshire town of Randolph and the township of Low and Burbank's Grant Snyder Brook is a photographer’s and waterfall enthusiasts paradise. The lower portion of Snyder Brook is within the thirty-six acre Snyder Brook Scenic Area, which contains an impressive stand of old growth (above) hemlock and red spruce.....[Continue reading] ...