The 800,000-acre White Mountain Region of New Hampshire has been drawing tourists for over 150 years. Though not quite tamed, man has left his mark on these stony hills, making money by highlighting Mother Nature’s finest features. And selling fudge. The Cog Railway on Mount Washington, in fact, was the first transportation system built specifically for tourists in 1869. Though not quite “offbeat” or unsung, many attractions here are in private hands, and have been for generations – a rarity in the increasingly corporate world of tourism.
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Source : HuffingtonPost.Com