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Warner
Warner, New Hampshire 03278

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Merrimack County

Mt. Kearsarge
Coordinates: 43.383419, -71.8567884
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Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway Trail #11 (Winslow State Park to Kearsarge Valley Road)
Coordinates: 43.3899026, -71.8675729
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About Warner
Warner is a town in Merrimack County. The town is home to Northeast Catholic College, Rollins State Park and Mount Kearsarge State Forest.

The town has a total area of 55.9 square miles,. Warner is drained by the Lane and Warner rivers. Two covered bridges span the Warner River: the Dalton Bridge and the Waterloo Bridge.

Mount Kearsarge, elevation 2,937 feet above sea level, located in the extreme north of the town, is the highest point in Warner. Two state parks are located on the mountain: Rollins State Park in Warner and Winslow State Park in Wilmot. Mount Kearsarge is a popular hiking destination, due both to its bare, rocky summit and to the fact that a paved road climbs from Rollins State Park to within a half-mile of the summit. The peak is the highest point along the 75-mile Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway, a hiking trail that links 10 towns and encircles the Lake Sunapee region of western New Hampshire.

The town is served by I-89 and NH-103. NH-114 and NH-127 cross the extreme southwestern and southeastern corners of the town, respectively. It borders the towns of Wilmot, Andover, and Salisbury to the north, Webster to the east, Hopkinton and Henniker to the south, Bradford to the west, and Sutton to the northwest.
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