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Have you ever been?  It's simply 'gorge-ous.'

This natural beauty is nestled within the White Mountains of New Hampshire in Kinsman Notch.

It's an awe-inspiring place of incredible beauty, and an adventure we only get to experience from May into October.

Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves is a one mile trail-style boardwalk winding through stunning, natural beauty forged by the powerful forces of New Hampshire's nature, and is one of the Granite State's most incredible wonders.

You literally follow this wooden boardwalk, built carefully amongst the trees and the gorge, along the Lost River.

You can climb up, down, and into naturally-formed jagged rock formations and explore hidden paths and caves within gigantic boulders, rock-strewn glacial boulder caves, and cascading waterfalls, according to the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves website.

There's a Forest Adventure Trail, treehouse, and suspension bridge that takes you to the Giant Bird Nest where you can let your hair down, jump in, and have a bit of fun posing for photos.  Then, you can literally have that birds eye view of the forest stretching as far as the eye can see.

Talk about breathtaking surroundings within the town of North Woodstock, New Hampshire.

The boardwalk is one mile, stretching around and through 11 boulder caves where peaceful waterfalls, nature, hidden caves, and the smell of fresh air and tranquil surroundings welcome you for a zen-like experience of natural wonder.

Click here for ticket info and hours. There's also this handy-dandy 'know before you go' page to help you plan this two-hour adventure.

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