Windows to the Wild
Enjoy the view on New Hampshire Public Television’s Windows to the Wild. Inspiring and reflective, this beautifully filmed program presents some of New England’s unique natural environments.
Host and outdoor adventurer Willem Lange offers insights into the history, ecology and special character of each place visited and gives viewers quiet moments to reflect on the beauty and splendor of the natural world.
Each episode of Windows to the Wild is a journey full of picturesque images of New England landscapes. Whether examining the fine details of an alpine flower or highlighting one of the region’s many hidden treasures, Windows to the Wild transports viewers outdoors and to our region’s best natural places. Visit some of the exciting wild places just outside your window!
Here’s an example of a Windows to the Wild program about of one of the exciting wild places just outside your window…
Episode: Bridle Path to Greenleaf
Host Willem Lange and his daughter Virginia hike the Old Bridle Path in Franconia Notch State Park. The path once served as a horse trail from the Notch to the Old Summit House, which provided shelter for climbers, but only the house's foundation remains. After enjoying the views from the top of Mount Lafayette, they spend a relaxing night in the AMC Greenleaf Hut just below the summit.
Episode: Acadia’s Beehive
Here’s an example of a Windows to the Wild program that you can watch online! The Beehive at Acadia National Park can be seen towering over the horizon from Sand Beach. Host Willem Lange takes a morning hike across the beach to the Beehive trailhead. The path climbs directly up open ledges to the Summit of the Beehive, a one-way distance of less than half a mile and a vertical climb of over 500 feet. More…