This Beautiful Boardwalk Trail In New Hampshire Is The Most Unique Hike Around

New Hampshire has plenty of stunning and scenic places — some well known, and some more tucked away. But don’t rush to write off the more commonly visited spots – chances are, those crowds keep flocking there for a reason. Take Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch State Park, for example. It sure is popular, but once you see it, you’ll definitely understand why. This is one of the most spectacular places in the Granite State, and in our opinion, the whole world!

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The Flume Gorge is open to visitors May-October, and it does require admission of $16 per adult and $14 per kid aged 6-12 (kids under 6 are free). To learn more about planning your visit, check out the New Hampshire State Parks website.

Can’t get enough of New Hampshire’s nature? Check out this stunning waterfall that you can see from the road.