Enjoy A Scenic Drive Along New Hampshire 3 Most Beautiful Backroads
Some days the perfect way to get out of the house is to go for a relaxing, scenic drive. Fortunately in New Hampshire there are so many beautiful backroads to choose from. So whether you enjoy coastal scenery, forest landscapes, mountain views, or countryside vistas, there is a scenic backroad in New Hampshire for you. So check out these 3 great options, then go enjoy a relaxing drive.
1. Great North Woods Drive
Nature lovers who crave the opportunity to see wildlife and New Hampshire's beautiful Great North Woods should check out this awesome scenic drive. Start in the historic mill city of Berlin and head north on Highway 16 towards Errol. You'll pass the lovely Androscoggin River and maybe even see some moose, black bear, or deer!
Once you reach Errol, head west on Highway 26 towards Dixville Notch. This curvy and winding landscape is truly breathtaking. The one hour drive from Berlin to Dixville Notch is a great way to spend part of your day!
2. White Mountains Drive
Kancamagus Highway, NH-112, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
The Kancamagus Highway is a 34 mile route through the 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest from Lincoln to Conway. The dense greenery with the mountainous backdrop makes for a stunning vision.
You will squeal with delight on the twists and turns of the highway. And the 3,000 foot climb to the peak of Mount Kancamagus is stunning. If you're up for stopping on your drive, there are easily accessible trailheads and parking areas.
3. Enfield Shaker Village Drive
New Hampshire 4A, NH-4A, Enfield, NH, USA
For a short, but lovely scenic drive, head over to Highway 4A in Enfield. Take the 3.2 mile stretch along Mascoma Lake to the Enfield Shaker Village.
Your drive will take you by the Shaker Bridge, La Salette Shrine and the lands and buildings that once constituted the a historic Enfield Shaker Community.
So which scenic drive do you want to try next? Put your playlist together, then hop in the car and go check it out!
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