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New Hampshire - Landmarks and Points of Interest

New Hampshire - Landmarks and Points of Interest

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Currier and Ives Trail
Distance: 30 miles
Highlights: Native American heritage
This trail takes travelers on a tour of quintessential New England through towns such as Hopkinton, Henniker, Warner and Webster, and a visit to the Kearsarge Indian Museum.

Lake Sunapee Scenic and Cultural Byway
Distance: 25 miles
Highlights: state beach, wildlife refuge, scenic shoreline, boat tours and year-round recreation
This route borders Lake Sunapee and is a slower paced and beautiful alternative to Interstate 89.

Branch River Valley Trail
Distance: 14 miles
Highlights: agricultural, industrial and tourism heritage
This trail journeys through the small rural towns of Wakefield and Milton and on to the Maine border.

Lakes Region Tour
Distance: 97 miles
Highlights: views of lakes, mountains and villages
The Lakes Tour circles New Hampshire's largest lake, Lake Winnipesaukee.

River Heritage Tour
Distance: 120 miles
Highlights: river recreation, agricultural heritage, period architecture, natural wonders
This route provides views of the beautiful Connecticut River Valley as it winds through Woodstock, Plymouth, Haverhill and Woodsville.

Presidential Range Tour
Distance: 115 miles
Highlights: four state parks, scenic vistas, historic villages, hiking trails
From Littleton to Lancaster, through Crawford and Pinkham notches on to Bethlehem, this tour offer exceptional views of the White Mountains, with access to abundant year-round recreation.

Woodland Heritage Trail
Distance: 65 miles
Highlights: wood products heritage and interpretive centers, scenic wilderness areas, state forests
This route circles the northernmost section of the White Mountain National Forest and celebrates the wood products heritage of northern New Hampshire.

Moose Path Trail
Distance: 98 miles
Highlights: wildlife viewing areas, national wildlife refuge, state parks, state forests, woodland heritage
Moose, deer and other wildlife are abundant in the Great North Woods Region in towns such as Gorham, Berlin, Errol, Dixville Notch and Pittsburg.

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