If you want to dress up your desktop with a New Hampshire summer scene this June, now’s your chance.
One of the main advantages of having our offices located in New Hampshire is the beauty of the nature around us, whether it be the lakes, the White Mountains, the beaches and oceans near our Portsmouth headquarters or a thousand other images. We’ve compiled a dozen of those into our 2012 calendar, and we wanted to share them with you.
For June, we hope you’ll enjoy the sight of Arethusa Falls.
Arethusa Falls is a waterfall in the White Mountains of New Hampshire created by the headwaters of Bemis Brook tumbling over a granite cliff on the western slope of Crawford Notch. Discovered by Edward Tuckerman in 1875, the falls were originally measured to be 176 feet tall, but the Appalachian Mountain Club now estimates the height at 140 feet, making it the second tallest waterfall in the state.
The falls are located within Crawford Notch State Park and are accessible via the 1.5-mile-long Arethusa Falls Trail from U.S. Route 302. If you take a trip to New Hampshire, you won’t want to miss them.
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