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    Old stone steps among the forest leaves.

  • Jonathan B. Pons

    Ruins in New Hampshire - Americas Most Magical Places

  • Charmayne

    stairway to dreams (Castle Ruins, W. Chesterfield, New Hampshire)

  • Kay Leigh

    Like part of an abandoned castle in a dark fairy tale. Stairway in the woods: Madame Sherri Forest, Chesterfield, NH by Glass_House on Flickr

  • Vickie Densmore

    Stairway in the woods: Madame Sherri Forest, Chesterfield, NH by Glass_House on Flickr NEW HAMPSHIRE!

  • Ashley O'Bradovich

    Staircase in the woods in New Hampshire. To get to Madame Sherri’s forest from our Brattleboro Inn, take a left from the driveway and head to the traffic circle. At the circle, bear right onto Route 9 west to Chesterfield. Just after you cross the bridge into New Hampshire, make a right onto the first street (Mountain Road). Then take your first (immediate) left which will put you onto Gulf Road. Travel up the scenic Gulf Road for just a little more than two miles; Madame Sherri’s Forest is on the right. There is a small parking area. Cross the footbridge and head up the hill for to see the stone stairs…

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