6 Top Things to Do in New Hampshire

Maya Pillai Aug 7, 2019
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Whether you are in New Hampshire during winter or summer, it offers memorable experiences for tourists. This state has picturesque quaint towns, wilderness, amusement parks and sandy beaches. Plan a road trip to enjoy the play of colors of the fauna and flora in this state.

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Enjoy the Sea, Sun and Sand in Hampton Beach

If you love sea, sun and sand, then Hampton Beach is the place to be in summer.

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The beach provides year-round recreational activities. However, you may need to pay for the parking. In summer, the charges can be at a premium rate.
The boulevard is lined with eateries and a myriad other amusements such as temporary tattoo tents, fortune tellers, and more.
Every night there are free concerts at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom. Movies are screened every Mondays and there are fireworks on every Wednesday including on public holidays.

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Ride the Mount Washington Cog Train

Mt. Washington is the highest peak in New Hampshire. Enjoy the natural beauty of this place with a ride up the mountain in this train.

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The train chugs up the steepest track to reach the summit of this peak. It is a lifetime experience to take a narrated 3-Hour-Round Trip train ride to reach the elevation of 6,288 feet.
The journey takes an hour each way and you have an hour to explore the summit of Mt. Washington.

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Visit White Mountain National Forrest, New Hampshire

The White Mountains are the rugged mountains in New England and this mountain range covers a quarter of New Hampshire.
They are the part of the northern Appalachian Mountains. This is a must-visit place for an outdoorsy, who enjoys, hiking in summer, snow skiing and other winter sports in winter.
The White Mountains have 48 peaks at an elevation of 4,000 feet and above - a hiker's paradise during the summer months. To enjoy the fall foliage from the comfort of a four-wheeler go for a scenic drive. Have fun with family and kids at Story Land, Clark's Trading Post and Santa's Village.

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Hike in Crystal Cascade

This is an over-looked hiking trail in White Mountain National Forest.

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Crystal Cascade falls is a serene waterfall hiking trail where the water cascades at a total of 100 feet.
The Crystal Cascade trail is an easy hike from the parking area of the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center. It is a well-marked as well as well-worn trail and can be climbed easily.

A Drive through Kancamagus Highway

The Kancamagus Highway is a part of NH Hampshire Route 112 stretching from Lincoln to Conway. It is a National Scenic Byway transverses the scenic White Mountain National Forest.
The Byway is open to the tourists around the year. There are picturesque ponds, walking paths, and hiking trails on the Byway.

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Drive to Moose Alley, Pittsburg

If you are in the nothern side of New Hampshire, visit Pittsburg, a quaint town that borders Quebec, Canada. Catch a glimpse of Moose here.
Pittsburg boasts of large population of moose. At regular intervals on the highway to Pittsburg you are likely to see the signboard "Brake for Moose. It Could Save Your Life. Hundreds of Collisions."