Let's hike for 2-3 hours then head over to Parker's Maple Barn for a hearty breakfast or delicious lunch.
The Andres Institute of Art is a great place for a hike, for photography and for viewing these amazing outdoor sculptures by internationally known artists. The mission of the Institute is that they "shall serve and advance the intellectual and social well being of the public by educating and training artists, by promoting the integration of art and technology, and by supporting fine arts."
Andres Institute is a free event--no admission to get into the park. Everyone is invited to go to Parker's after our hike.
Since it's May in New Hampshire, be prepared with bug spray---lots of it...and don't forget your appetite.
More info and directions can be found here: