Articles Tagged "activities"

June
22

You're Invited! Badger Peabody & Smith Realty is having an Annual Customer Appreciation BBQ!

We couldn't do what we do without you... our customers and community! Please join us at our Annual Customer Appreciation BBQ on Friday, July 8th from 4 to 7pm at our Franconia office on 383 Main Street.

Come to say hello, meet some new faces and enjoy something to eat from the grill.

We look forward to seeing you and offering our thanks.

EVERYONE is welcome.

*Rain or Shine - We'll be under a tent.

April
16

By Guest Contributor Joe Viger

Northern New Hampshire has an amazing recreational resource that you may not know about called the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail.  The reclaimed rail line is now a multi-use trail that is about 20 miles one way between Woodsville and Littleton, NH.  The trail's surface is stone dust and gravel with occasional sections of chunkier ballast from the now removed train tracks.  It's a beautiful scenic route passing through woods, alongside fields, over multiple bridges and repeated views of the Ammonoosuc River.

There are a variety of spots to park, so you can tune the length of your trip to your ability and available time.  As an old rail road grade, the elevation change on the trail is minimal and gradual.  
Recently, I enjoyed a ride that was just under 20 miles from Woodsville to Lisbon and back.  I made this trip on a fat bike and that was great, but the trail is well suited to a mountain bike or gravel bike as well.  The highlights of this section of the trail are the two bridges over the Ammonoosuc River and the striking scene of the village of Bath, NH with its famous covered bridge and waterfall.  Biking the trail is fantastic, but it's a great place to walk as well.  The trail is open to ATVs, although I saw none the day I was there.  If you're in the area, get out and enjoy this truly great trail! 
If you're up for a bigger adventure, the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail is part of a longer trip that goes from Vermont to Maine called Cross New Hampshire Adventure Trail.  The 83 mile route strings together rail trails, dirt roads, paved roads and bike paths to navigate across the state passing through Woodsville, Littleton, Whitefield, Gorham and on to Bethel, Maine.
Helpful links to start your adventure:
The Ammonoosuc River
Photo by Joe Viger
A Section of Great Trail with Route 302 Above
Photo by Joe Viger
Old Railroad Trestle Bridge in Bath
Photo by Joe Viger



Contributor Joe Viger is Peabody & Smith Realty's photography partner and you see his work featured in many of our listings and on our website. You can see more of his work at joeviger.com and be sure to follow him on Instagram and on Facebook. 
March
8

Danville_Land13Danville_Land6 Sometimes land comes along that seems so unbelievably beautiful that it takes your breath away. That is what happened when I first saw my new land listing in Danville, Vermont. Coming from Arizona a year and half ago, my real estate experience was in new construction or existing homes. As you can imagine, most of the land was gone and developed into subdivisions. In Vermont, however, you can be rural and private and away from it all, and experience every beautiful thing in nature from mountain views, deer, moose, fox, eagles and more. The white twinkling snow, rolling hills and plains, pastures of black and white Holstein cows, is like a beautiful painting. I know when I put on my snowshoes and hiked up the sloping land to the vista where rock formations and perfectly placed trees were, I looked around and the views are panoramic, and the mountains draped with snow with hues of the sunset, blues, pinks, yellows…why wouldn't you want to be sipping a cup of tea or coffee in your kitchen admiring this everyday of your life? You can. In Vermont, you can select a beautiful piece of land like this and build your dream home. This land is convenient to VAST for snowmobiling, Town of Danville, Danville schools, and restaurants like The Creamery andBed & Breakfasts like The Danville Inn. Take Rte 2 and be at Joe's Pondquickly, and continue on to Montpelier or Burlington. Stop by Marty's First Stop and say hello to your friends in the community. When you live in aTown in Vermont, you will experience neighbors and community again. The coldweather never chills you with the warmth you experience. Come to Danville, Vermontand build your future!  

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