New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism
There’s so much more to share than what we can fit in this
description. From setting your alarms for a White Mountain National Forest
sunrise hike passed gushing waterfalls and over historic inns to ending your
evening with a lobster feast that you caught fresh from the New Hampshire
coast. From shopping sales-tax free at major outlet villages to watching a
master craftsman build you a one-of-a-kind souvenir. From taking a horse drawn
carriage ride or bounding behind a team of sled dogs to taking a high-speed
rally driving course at a professional track.
New Hampshire is a full, four-season destination that has 18
alpine ski mountains with nearly 100% snow-making in the winter, maple sugar
and professional gardens in the spring, water adventures of every kind in the
summer, and intense autumn colors painting the entire landscape in the fall.
Chug along on the first mountain climbing train in the world to
the summit of the highest peak in the northeast United States. Sail past
islands that are wrecked with lore. Fill your appetites with sweet potato,
turkey, cranberry, and seafood dishes and end with delicious local fruit pies
or the inventions of master chocolatiers. Wash it all down with a refreshing
local brew or mead. Shop until you need to buy more suitcases to send it all
back. Whatever your holiday looks like, New Hampshire is a must see.