Pemigewasset Wilderness Professional Review and Guide
"While beautiful, there are few places in the White Mountains where modern civilization appears distant. The heart of the 45,000-acre Pemigewasset Wilderness is such a place, but has not always been. Until the 1940s much of the region was heavily logged and burned. Thanks to the foresight of many conservationists, today it is a land more noteworthy for its roaring rivers, cascading falls, rugged landscapes, scenic peaks, and backpacking potential. This loop scales five New Hampshire 4000-foot mountains, traverses breathtaking scenery, and passes through forests teeming with wildlife."