New Hampshire

Explore New Hampshire:

With its dramatic, rugged scenery, New Hampshire is a photographer’s paradise. From the glorious White Mountains to the wildlife, such as moose and bear, eagles and loons, while the 50 or so old covered bridges dotted around the state are also incredibly photogenic.

With 270 lakes and ponds, the lakes region is well worth a visit. The longest is 21-mile long Lake Winnipesaukee, New England’s largest. On its shores are busy Weirs Beach, with all the fun of the fair, and quieter Wolfeboro, America’s oldest summer resort: the governor of Colonial Massachusetts came for his hols back in 1763!

Getting away from it all is easy in New Hampshire: just head north, where there are more moose than people; you can go moose spotting on a guided “Moose Tour” from Gorham. There are also more snowmobile trails than roads in the Great North Woods. It’s also a great area seeing wildlife, for river rafting and for maple syrup.

New Hampshire is at its most stunning in the autumn months and the southern region of the state is one of the best areas to catch the glorious colours.

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