DIXVILLE NOTCH – One of three most dramatic notch environments in New Hampshire, Dixville Notch is the state’s smallest but most rugged and steep. It encompasses famed Table Rock with its dizzying700-foot drop almost straight down to Route 26. This section houses Baldhead Shelter with its 45-mile view and Panorama Shelter 14 miles to the north. Sweeping outlooks from Dixville Peak and Mt. Gloriette can be had, and there is no end to cliff faces and sheer drops. Two waterfalls and a flume top off the adventure here. Best yet, Dixville Notch can be loop hiked in a long afternoon. For those who love green energy, one can occasionally see huge wind turbine towers on ridges to the east.