Description - The Currier and Ives Trail is quintessential New England; what's more, New England can be experienced most accurately in its small towns, such as Hopkinton, Warner, Henniker, and Webster.
Hopkinton is a great place to live and visit, in part, because of its historical, agricultural and cultural assets. Specifically, it prides in its two historic covered bridges, the Hopkinton State Fair, the Colonial homes that line Main Street, and the town hall that once served as the state capital. The Contoocook River runs shimmering through the heart of Hopkinton.
Henniker is the arts and cultural center of the area. Home to New England College, Henniker retains a rural, small college-town feel.
Warner retains Rollins State Park, from which you can hike to the summit of Mt. Kearsarge. Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Educational and Cultural Center highlights American Indian traditions, philosophy, and art.
Webster embraces old farms, fields, and the Blackwater Dam and River, a popular white-water kayaking area.