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90-Mile Challenge FAQs
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  • When does the program begin and end?
    It runs the entire Summer, beginning on June 20th, 2012, and runs and walks through September 21st, 2012.
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  • How much does it cost to participate?
    Nothing! It is absolutely free!
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  • Can I get credit for more than walking a mile a day?
    Of course you get credit, but only for that day … you need to MOVE at least a mille, each and every day!
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  • How do I register?
    Registration in easy … simply go to the New Hampshire Governor's Council for Physical Activity and Health website (or facebook page), and click the link. This will automatically bring you to our e-mail and automatically populate the subject line of that e-mail with the text "I'm Taking the Challenge!". In the body of the e-mail, list your name, and town/city in which you live, and your age-group. You will automatically be sent the 90-Mile Challenge Passport for which you will use for confirming that you moved at least A Mile A Day … Every Day.
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  • Can I enter a group of individuals in this Challenge?
    Yes … you will need to enter one name (a team Captain) and the number of participants in your group, the group name, and average age of your group (best estimate).
  • How do I get my free Visit to a New Hampshire State Park?
    As a Challenge participant, you are eligible for free admission between June 20th and September 21st to any New Hampshire State Park for day use only (excludes the Flume, Tram, Hampton Beach, Wallis Sands, or camping) as long as you are visiting the park for your 90-Mile Challenge activity. You must have your Challenge tracker with you at the time of admission as well as a valid New Hampshire driver's license. Youth participating in the Challenge are eligible for free admission if they have a tracker at time of admission and are accompanied by an adult. For a complete list of New Hampshire State Parks, visit
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  • Who do I contact if I have questions?
    You can e-mail us from our Website or call Jason Aziz at (603) 227-7000 x4258 with questions.
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