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Rindge, New Hampshire 03461

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Cathedral of the Pines, Rindge
Coordinates: 42.774448, -71.9876039
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Crawford Pond, Rindge
Coordinates: 42.7534882, -71.9972384
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Contoocook Marsh Conservation Complex, Rindge
Coordinates: 42.7812598, -72.0317316
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Mass Audubon’s Wildwood Camp, Rindge
Coordinates: 42.7668636, -71.9690752
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Pool Pond, Rindge
Coordinates: 42.7720816, -72.037809
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About Rindge
Rindge is a town in Cheshire County. Rindge is home to Franklin Pierce University, the Cathedral of the Pines, and part of Annett State Forest.

The town has a total area of 40.0 square miles. Rindge is located in a hilly upland lake region. Hubbard Pond is in the northeast, Contoocook Lake on the northern boundary, Pearly Lake is in the northwest, and Lake Monomonac is on the southern boundary. The town is located on a regional watershed divide and is the headwaters for two river systems. The Contoocook River flows north to the Merrimack River, thence to the Gulf of Maine, and the North Branch of the Millers River flows southwest to the Connecticut River, thence to Long Island Sound. Rindge’s highest point is on its eastern border, on the lower slopes of Pratt Mountain, where the elevation reaches 1,505 feet above sea level.

Rindge is home to the villages of Rindge Center, East Rindge, Converseville, and West Rindge. The town is crossed by US-202 and NH-119.
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