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Holderness

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Holderness, New Hampshire 03245

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Grafton County

Livermore Falls State Forest, Holderness
Coordinates: 43.782249, -71.6675091
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Squam Lake west–Grafton County
Coordinates: 43.7371196, -71.5556717
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Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Holderness
Coordinates: 43.7339956, -71.5886146
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W. Rattlesnake Mt. Lookout, Holderness
Coordinates: 43.779352, -71.541692
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wetland by Rt. 93, Holderness
Coordinates: 43.7512572, -71.6720581
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White Oak Pond, Holderness
Coordinates: 43.7150523, -71.5587138
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About Holderness
Holderness is a town in Grafton County. An agricultural and resort area, Holderness is home to the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center and is located on Squam Lake.

The town has a total area of 35.6 square miles. Bounded on the northwest by the Pemigewasset River, Holderness is drained by Owl Brook. Part of Squam Lake is in the east, and Little Squam Lake is in the center. Mount Prospect, with an elevation of 2,064 feet above sea level, is in the north. Also in the north is the highest point in Holderness, Mount Webster, elevation 2,076 feet and part of the Squam Range. Holderness lies fully within the Merrimack River watershed.

The town is served by US-3 and NH-25, NH-113 and NH-175.
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