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Jackson
Jackson, New Hampshire 03846

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Jackson

Tin Mt Field Station, Jackson
Coordinates: 44.1485062, -71.1606574
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Valley Cross Rd., Jackson
Coordinates: 44.1514818, -71.1771905
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White Mt. NF–Black Mt. Cabin, Jackson
Coordinates: 44.1969749, -71.1724314
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White Mt. NF–Bog Brook Trail, Jackson
Coordinates: 44.2219348, -71.1896006
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White Mt. NF–Glen Ellis Falls
Coordinates: 44.2454284, -71.2527359
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White Mt. NF–Rocky Branch Trail, Jackson
Coordinates: 44.2045974, -71.2405572
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About Jackson
Jackson is a town in Carroll County. Jackson is an elegant resort area in the White Mountains. Parts of the White Mountain National Forest are in the west, north, and east.

The town has a total area of 66.9 square miles. Jackson is drained by the Ellis River and Wildcat Brook. The highest point in Jackson is 3,870 feet above sea level on Wildcat Ridge, at the northern boundary of the town. The ridge continues to rise north of town to the summit of Wildcat Mountain, 4,422 ft, in the neighboring township of Bean’s Purchase. Jackson lies fully within the Saco River watershed.
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