Hanover is a city in west central New Hampshire. It is home to Dartmouth College, founded in 1769. Dartmouth's pretty campus dominates the center of this small town and provides most of the attraction.
Hanover Country Club Golf Course, Rope Ferry Rd., Phone: +1 603 646-2000, . 18 holes, 6500 yards, Semi-private course welcomes public play.
Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center, DOC House at Occum Pond on Clement Rd., Phone: +1 603 643-6534, . Maintains over twenty-five kilometers of groomed cross country ski trails on Oak Hill, the Golf Course and Garipay Field. Provides equipment rentals for skiing, skating, and other winter activities, as well as group and private instruction.
League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, 13 Lebanon St., Gallery: +1 603 643-5050, CraftStudies: +1 603 643-5384, . A gallery worth seeing, but also classes in clay, jewelry and fiber.
Dan & Whit's General Store, Main Street in Norwich, Vermont. Open every day. Nexus from which all distances are measured. A true general store with a treasure trove of gadgets and tools spanning the early farming days of the area to the present. If you need something that is rare or out of season, they will have it in the back. Slip behind the deli counter to find gardening and sugaring supplies, sleds, hardware and paint. "If we don't have it, you don't need it."
The Norwich Inn, 325 Main Street, Tel (802) 649-1143)  This historic Vermont inn offers it's own alehouse and brewery, meeting and reception facilities, a variety of rooms and much more.
The Trumbull House Bed & Breakfast, 40 Etna Road, Toll free: +1 800-651-5141, Phone: +1 603 643-2370, . Five rooms in a sixteen acre country setting.
Norwich Bed and Breakfast, 229 Bradley Hill Road, ☎ 802-649-3800, . Elegant country living on a twenty acre working farm overlooking the Connecticut River and the White Mountains. Four elegant rooms, spendidly appointed, each with private bath. Scrumptious farm-style breakfast with local produce including organic eggs from our free-range chickens.edit
Hanover is in the middle of many charming small towns. For a scenic drive take Route 10 north along the Connecticut River and then Routes 116 and 112 to the Lincoln in the White Mountain National Forest.
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