Do you ever wonder, “How can I tell everyone about the variety of amazing opportunities in the Hanover Area?” The Hanover Area is a “GO, SEE, DO, VISIT, SHOP, PLAY and LEARN” place for everyone. Everyday, no matter where I am or who I’m with, I find myself talking about where we live as one of the most special places...anywhere.
The Road Most Traveled Your Concierge to the Area The Hanover Area (www.hanoverchamber.org) Hanover, NH • Norwich, VT • And the Upper Valley Region
Create memories in the Hanover Area during any season…for a day or a week; a weekend, active or relaxing; or a lifetime…
This delightful set of towns (Hanover, Etna and Lyme, NH, and Norwich, VT) represent two states nestled along the banks of the Connecticut River, halfway between Massachusetts and Canada, and just a few miles north of the crossroads of interstates 89 and 91. The towns of Hanover, NH, and Norwich, VT, are a visitor’s paradise in any season.
Fall foliage is extraordinary in the Hanover Area during peak season. The area is ripe for picking apples, pumpkins and enjoying corn mazes, as well as hayrides. And it is the perfect weather for shopping! Winter activities include skating at Occom Pond and indoor arenas; alpine skiing at the Dartmouth Skiway and other local and regional ski areas; cross-country skiing at the Hanover Country Club, Eastman (Grantham) and Woodstock, VT; not to mention sledding. WinterFest, Howl at the Moon and Winter Carnival are unique events on our winter calendar.
Spring brings mud season, signaling the beginning of events that celebrate this “glunky” New England phenomenon. Join in RiverFest or Maple Sugaring, or take a brisk walk while watching birds migrate into the region. Maybe you’d like to stroll down a street filled with specialty shops, businesses and restaurants when the Hanover Area springs into action!
Summer’s warm days and cool nights provide the perfect environment to “beat the heat.” Go to an outdoor concert; see theater; canoe, kayak and/ or swim the Connecticut River; hike the Appalachian Trail; sip a beverage on a true New England patio; camp; ‘shop till you drop’; or come for one of the many fairs/festivals. Get out of the heat and get to the Hanover Area in the summer.
What else do you want to know about the area?
Ask the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce (HACC) about special and annual event listings and promotions throughout the year. Contact us at www.hanoverchamber.org, email: email@example.com or call: 603-643-3115 year-round. For additional information between June and September, call the Summer Information Booth: 603-643-3512.
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