If you’ve spent a lot of time in New Hampshire, there are some iconic images that you should recognize immediately. Test your New Hampshire knowledge and see if you can identify these iconic images correctly.
1. Do you know which state park this is?
Franconia Notch State Park in the White Mountains is one of New Hampshire's most beloved gems.
2. Do you know this boat?
The M/S Mount Washinton cruises Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire's biggest lake.
3. Do you know this face?
Although he is no longer with us, the face of the Old Man is still well-known in New Hampshire.
4. Can you name this stretch of sand?
Hampton Beach is the most popular beach on the New Hampshire seacoast.
5. You know this sign is no joke.
If you've ever seen a moose in New Hampshire, you know that you definitely don't want to hit one.
6. Can you name this train?
The Cog Railway has been running to the summit of Mount Washington for decades.
7. Can you name this bridge?
Even if you didn't know that this is the Windsor-Cornish Bridge, the longest covered bridge in country, chances are you can name the covered bridge that is closer to you.
8. Almost everyone should know this building.
The New Hampshire State House in Concord is a beautiful site.
9. Do you know why these lines are running through the woods?
Maple Syrup runs in the very early spring, but many people leave the lines up year round.
10. You probably have some of these in the garage.
Winter hasn't been gone long enough for us to forget about snow chains.
11. Can you name this lake?
Even if you didn't know that this is Lake Sunapee, chances are you know and love a lake that looks a lot like this.
12. Do you know where this is?
The summit of Mount Washington, with its weather observatory and sweeping views of the White Mountains, is easy to recognize.