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Albany
Albany, New Hampshire 03818

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Carroll County

Church Pond Bog, Albany/Livermore
Coordinates: 44.0061508, -71.3795471
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Lovejoy Marsh Sanctuary, Albany [Unmaintained]
Coordinates: 43.9452391, -71.220167
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Lower Falls Recreation Site, Albany
Coordinates: 44.0164288, -71.2461662
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Moat Mountain trail, Albany
Coordinates: 44.071229, -71.1704636
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Passaconaway Campground, Albany
Coordinates: 43.9968847, -71.3703476
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Tin Mountain Conservation Center (Rockwell Sanctuary), Conway
Coordinates: 43.9729435, -71.1599064
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White Mt. NF–Champney Falls Trail, Albany
Coordinates: 43.9898927, -71.2991667
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White Mt. NF–Covered Bridge Campground, Albany
Coordinates: 44.0037341, -71.2333008
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White Mt. NF–Mt. Chocorua, Albany
Coordinates: 43.9540976, -71.2733745
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White Mt. NF–Rocky Gorge Scenic Area/Falls Pond, Albany
Coordinates: 44.0023539, -71.2777305
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About Albany
Albany is a town in Carroll County. Albany includes Mount Chocorua and Mount Paugus, as well as the southeastern corner of the White Mountain National Forest.

The town has a total area of 75.2 square miles. It is drained by the Swift River in the north and the Chocorua River in the south. Mount Chocorua, the highest point in Albany, has an elevation of 3,474 feet, and Mount Paugus has an elevation of 3,201 ft. Albany lies fully within the Saco River watershed.

85% of the area of the town is part of the White Mountain National Forest. Most residential development occurs in the southeastern portion of the town, along NH-16. NH-112, the Kancamagus Highway, runs east-west along the Swift River and is nearly entirely within the national forest. The former village of Passaconaway occupies a broad valley along the Kancamagus Highway in the northwestern part of the town. The area is now a national forest visitor attraction. Other place names within the town limits include Ferncroft, in the extreme southwest corner of town, and the former site of Paugus Mill, along the town’s southern boundary.
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