New Hampshire | The Granite State
Photo/Art by Jack Parker
New Hampshire – outdoor paradise …
The White Mountains to the north; a brilliant patch of seacoast to the east; handsome, white-steepled villages to the south; a mighty river defining the western border; plus not one, but two, Lakes Districts sprinkled around the middle … In New Hampshire it’s actually possible to compress every landscape experience into the space of hours. But why would you want to? There’s an Ivy League college town with a primo art museum to explore, unparalleled kayaking along the Connecticut River, a port city rich in maritime history, zipline adventuring, and even the good possibility of spotting a moose.
New Hampshire's seacoast is famously short, just eighteen miles, and of its few towns, Rye is home to the largest amount of coastline. While it might not have the fanfare of Hampton or the bustle of downtown Portsmouth, Rye (sandwiched right between the two on Route 1A) offers the stunning...Read more
The "Upper Valley" along the Vermont/New Hampshire border is a collection of little-known small towns featuring the New England we all look for. You'll find beauty, nature, soft adventure, art--and even what Forbes magazine called "the best gelato in America." Up we floated above Lake Fairlee, over green shores and kids'...Read more
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In this issue: Our Favorite Fall Drives
- Sweet & Savory Apple Recipes
- The Mohawk Trail at 100
- New England's Best Cider Festival
- Man vs. Seal on Cape Cod