When was the Kancamagus Highway built? The Kancamagus Highway, officially named the “Kancamagus Scenic Byway” was built in August 1959. It connected the towns of Lincoln, NH and Conway NH. Both of which had roads in the area but the Kancamagus Highway linked the towns together. But the Kanc wasn’t as it is today by […]
The Kancamagus Scenic Byway goes from Lincoln, NH to Conway New Hampshire. The 34.5 mile stretch between these NH towns is officially known as the Kancamagus Scenic Byway. The Kancamagus runs east to west and can be traveled in either direction on this two-lane highway.
Swimming holes and places to swim along the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountain National Forest is somewhat limited due to safety concerns. The Swift River can be a great place to swim on a hot day just stay away from the river when the current is dangerous or at high water levels. The best […]
The Kancamagus has many water features, the most dramatic of which is the Swift River. The Swift River runs along the side of the Kancamagus Highway in many places. The Swift River is a beautiful river and can be very calm, great for trout fishing, meditating, and swimming when the water current is gentle. The […]
There is a lot of confusion recently about the opening of Bear Notch Rd in Bartlett NH, when its open, and when it is closed. In short, the town of Bartlett NH closes Bear Notch Road when its snow covered as it is not maintained in the winter. Bear Notch Rd is then used as […]