A look at New Hampshire's top allures

One of this country’s smallest and oldest states iis a little off the beaten track for overseas visitors, but rich in nature (and fall foliage), history, and awesome options for adventure and sport (especially skiing and snowboarding). Just north of Massachusetts (its southern border is less than 90 minutes from Iberia gateway Boston), the Granite State – a nickname that refers to its extensive quarries – isn’t one of big cities but of small towns (though its southern half has become gradually more urbanised in recent years);  rolling, sometimes mountainous countryside; and even a stretch of coastline. Its people, meanwhile, are a hardy, interesting mix of self-sufficient and communitarian-minded.

Read more in my post New Hampshire Is Classic New England.


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