This 34.5-Mile Road Trip Leads To Some Of The Most Scenic Parts Of New Hampshire, No Matter What Time Of Year It Is

Up until 1959, there was a vast section of New Hampshire between the towns of Lincoln and Conway that was difficult to reach. With the opening of the Kancamagus Highway (or “The Kanc” as it is locally known), this formerly inaccessible area was opened to the public. Named after the third and final chief of the Pennacook Indian tribes, this National Scenic Byway, which is mostly within the White Mountain National Forest, is one of the Granite State’s most beautiful drives.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your map and pack up the car for a day trip through some gorgeous New Hampshire scenery. For more information, visit the Kancamagus Scenic Byway website.

Address: Kancamagus Highway, NH-112, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA

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