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Pittsburg Review

In the Great North Woods, Pittsburg contains the springs that form the Connecticut River. The state's northern tip—a chunk of about 250 square miles—lies within the town's borders. Remote though it is, this frontier town teems with hunters, boaters, fishermen, hikers, and photographers from early summer through winter. Especially in the colder months, moose sightings are common. The town has more than a dozen lodges and several informal eateries. It's about a 90-minute drive from Littleton and 40 minutes from Dixville Notch.

Updated: 12-24-2013

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