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New Hampshire’s Outdoor Oases

Drive down scenic highways, hike through verdant nature trails, and cool off under cascading waterfalls.

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Beaver Brook Falls visitors enjoy views of cascading waterfalls in Colebrook, New Hampshire.


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Hikers traverse one of many trails that lead to the summit of Mount Washington, which boasts the highest peak in Northeast U.S. at 6,289 feet (1,917 meters).


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A pier juts out into Echo Lake near Franconia, New Hampshire.


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Mountain bikers cycle across a trail in Conway, New Hampshire.


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A rock climber dangles from Square Ledge in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire.


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A young male moose forages along the Connecticut River in Pittsburg, New Hampshire.


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The sun rises over the calm waters of the Second Connecticut Lake.



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