New Hampshire flourished in the dawn of train travel for tourism in the United States. The northern half of New Hampshire had a variety of resorts, lakeside towns and mountain towns calling visitors to enjoy and explore. Plan your next trip with this New Hampshire itinerary.
Besides all its beauty and natural assets, New Hampshire offers a playground of fun with hiking and skiing trails.
The following itinerary ideas were provided by the New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development.
Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway
Hop aboard the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway for a ride to the top of Cannon Mountain. The summit is 4,080 feet up and gives an amazing bird’s-eye view of the mountains of New York, Canada, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. At the summit, riders will enjoy views from the observation decks.
Canterbury Shaker Village
Groups can get immersed in the shaker lifestyle at Canterbury Shaker Village. The village’s historical setting provides an up-close look at the unique religious society that was formed in the 18th century. Get hands-on and try out the variety of activities that are available while checking out the restored buildings.
Mount Washington Cog Railway
All aboard at the Mount Washington Cog Railway. Groups will experience a three-hour journey on the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway train. Of the three hours, 60 minutes of it will be for exploration at the summit, while taking in the 360-degree views of surrounding states, the Atlantic Ocean and Canada.
Raft NH offers summertime whitewater rafting fun on rapids of different classes (II, III and IV) or year-round dog sledding experiences. Groups can meet the dogs, learn how to harness and hitch a team, and depending on temperatures actually go on a 2-mile ride.
New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development