NH Big Trees

Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More
Tamarack, or American larch, is a remarkable and colorful tree of New Hampshire. It is the only native conifer in New England to drop all its needles ... Learn More
One of the finest examples of an ancient forest in New Hampshire is along Snyder Brook in Randolph, NH. I call this alluring place the Valley of the G... Learn More
Yellow birch is one of our largest deciduous trees in New Hampshire forests and can grow to be 100 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter at breast height. ... Learn More
And Visiting Them Today
In the heart of the White Mountains is a wild forest with ancient trees that escaped the heavy logging and forest fires of the early part of the 20th ... Learn More
Towering Trees and Old-Growth Forest at Tamworth's Big Pines Natural Area
One of the finest places in New England to see towering Eastern white pine trees is in Tamworth, N.H at the Big Pines Natural Area. One champion whit... Learn More
What a beautiful first day of December it was as a team of Hillsborough County Big Tree measurers met in a Manchester neighborhood to measure a newly ... Learn More
What a beautiful first day of December it was as a team of Hillsborough County Big Tree measurers: Carol Mamczak, Temple, Susan Strickler, Manchester ... Learn More
Tamarack is a pleasing tree in the wild; it's a pleasure to come across a grove of younger tamarack while hiking the northern woods. The needles can b... Learn More
My first discovery of a really big tree was in northern Vermont while walking along a mountain lane. I was astonished to see a huge tree trunk to... Learn More