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Explore NH

New Hampshire has much beauty to offer any traveler in any season. From its majestic mountain peaks to its gorgeous coastline, it will entice the hiking or ski enthusiast and is sure to make a lasting impression on those who love water sports.

Visit the White Mountains during the autumn foliage and view the panorama of brilliant red, orange, and yellow hues. New Hampshire has seven distinct regions: Great North Woods, White Mountains, Lakes Region, Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee, Monadnock, Merrimack Valley, and Seacoast. All are worth a visit as each offers a unique character with various conservation areas, historic sites, wildlife, and scenic vistas.

Take a ride on the many scenic byways that exist throughout these seven regions and experience the unparalleled beauty.

Laconia and the Lakes Region

The picturesque Lakes Region is a mid-state area above the Merrimack Valley and below the White Mountains. It encompasses over 273 lakes and ponds, some of its most defining being Lake Winnipesaukee, Lake Winnisquam, Squam Lake, Newfound Lake, Lake Wentworth, and Ossipee Lake. The heart of this region is the majestic Lake Winnipesaukee.

Great North Woods

New Hampshire’s Great North Woods is at the Northern part of the state above the White Mountains.

Great North Woods

New Hampshire’s Great North Woods is at the Northern part of the state above the White Mountains.

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