The summer may have ended, but the best hiking days of 2016 are still to come in New Hampshire. The fall brings crisp air, and beautiful colors to the best hiking trails in New Hampshire, making it the perfect time to tackle some of the tallest peaks in the state. New Hampshire is home to 48 mountains that are taller than 4,000 feet. While most of these mammoths are too intimidating for beginner hikers, some of the hiking trails to the top of these mountains are completely accessible for beginners. Here are six of the most beautiful hiking trails on 4,000-foot mountains in New Hampshire that will take you to the roof of the Granite State for some truly unforgettable fall hiking!
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