New Hampshire Attractions December 26, 2017
7 Enchanting New Hampshire Towns That Feel Like You’ve Fallen Into A Snow Globe
Sometimes, living in New Hampshire, we all get a little fed up with snow (or at least the constant shoveling and scraping off cars). That said, it’s truly gorgeous, and we shouldn’t take for granted that we live in such a beautiful place. A trip to one of these towns that turns into an honest-to-goodness snow globe in the winter is just what you need to remind yourself just how lucky we are.
Given its placement at the base of Mount Washington, it's no surprise that Glen gets plenty of snow. And if you want a winter adventure, you're in luck –
Great Glen Trails
has great snow tubing, or you can ride the
up Mount Washington.
With beautiful views of a frozen Lake Winnipesaukee, Meredith is absolutely magical in the winter. And there's plenty to do, from cross-country skiing to ice fishing.
Peterborough is such a charming little community all year round, and it's absolutely beautiful under a blanket of snow. Stop into its adorable shops and admire the cute houses – you'll feel like you're in a Norman Rockwell painting.
Hanover is one of the most charming towns in the Granite State, and the halls of Dartmouth are even more impressive covered in snow.
5. Sugar Hill
Sugar Hill is perhaps most famous for the gorgeous lupines that bloom there in June, but this tiny town is absolutely magical in the winter, too. Don't forget to snap a pic of the gorgeous church if you visit.
This beautiful mill town is especially charming when the river freezes over and the white snow stands bright against the brick buildings.
Not only is Lincoln a prime ski destination, it's home to the most amazing
that you absolutely have to visit.
Looking for more winter inspiration? Make sure you visit
t hese amazing spots this season.