Anniversary Hike in Lebanon

Published: 10/10/2018 3:45:58 PM
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LebanonAnniversary Hike

On Oct. 25, 1968, a Northeast Airlines passenger plane crashed near the top of South Peak on Moose Mountain. In what remains New Hampshire’s deadliest aviation accident, a total of 32 people died. With the upcoming 50th anniversary of the crash of Northeast Airlines Flight 946, the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire will sponsor a program this month about the accident as well as a hike to the site, which is off the Appalachian Trail in a remote part of Hanover. The program will take place at Granite Air Center at Lebanon Municipal Airport on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. The morning program on Saturday at Granite Air Center, 58 Airport Road, West Lebanon, is free and open to all. The hike, which involves a total of four hours traversing rugged terrain, is also free and open to anyone with a reasonable level of fitness. The program will run from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Transportation to and from the trailhead will be coordinated at the event for those who need it. For more information on the program or hike, contact Jeff Rapsis at or 236-9237.

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