The Most Beautiful Lake

Curtis, Wayne
May 2007
Yankee;May2007, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p116
The article presents a guide to touring Newfound Lake in New Hampshire. The glacial lake, which is two and a half miles wide, seven miles long and reaches depths of up to 180 feet, is fed by eight springs. Its water is considered the most pristine in the state. The Inn on Newfound Lake is just across the road from the lake and looks out toward Mount Cardigan beyond the western shore. The New Hampshire Audubon preserve near the lake encompasses 3,500 feet of untouched shorefront.


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