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Arethusa Falls Trail, Harts Location
Coordinates: 44.1474294, -71.3718624
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Crawford Notch SP–Dry River Campground, Harts Location
Coordinates: 44.1550285, -71.3629442
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Crawford Notch SP–Mt. Willard
Coordinates: 44.2035585, -71.4125061
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Crawford Notch SP–Pleasant Valley Wayside
Coordinates: 44.1646263, -71.3690835
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Crawford Notch SP–Willey House
Coordinates: 44.1821424, -71.3989019
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Mount Webster
Coordinates: 44.195313, -71.3898468
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White Mt. NF–Nancy Pond Trail, Crawford Notch
Coordinates: 44.1114847, -71.3539678
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White Mt. NF–Webster-Jackson Trail
Coordinates: 44.2094293, -71.3964772
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About Harts Location
Harts Location is a town in Carroll County. Since 1948, the town has been one of the first places to declare its results for the New Hampshire Presidential primary and U.S. Presidential elections. The population was 41 as of the 2010 census. It was incorporated in 1795.

The town has a total area of 18.6 square miles. The shape of Hart’s Location is unusual: about 11 miles long and 1.5 miles wide, with crooked boundaries that echo the confines of Crawford Notch, threaded by the upper Saco River and US-302 near the centerline of the town, and pinched from both sides between steep mountains and in some areas sheer cliffs above. This anomaly is heightened on maps that show county lines: Coos County lies immediately to the east and Grafton County to the west, but Hart’s Location is part of Carroll County, though barely connected to it.

The highest point in Hart’s Location is 3,900 feet above sea level along the town’s western boundary, beneath the summit of 4,285-foot Mount Willey. Arethusa Falls, New Hampshire’s highest waterfall, located in the neighboring township of Livermore, is a popular hiking destination with access from US-302 in Harts Location. The town lies fully within the Saco River watershed.

The town is a popular ice climbing destination in the winter months.
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