New Hampshire was the first state to declare its independence and to break away from England in 1775.
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The easiest way to reach the top of Mount Washington , the highest elevation in New England, is on the steep Cog Railway. Strawbery Banke was the name of the first 1623 settlement at what is now Portsmouth. The first aerial tramway in North America still carries its passengers to a summit high above Franconia Notch and Flume Gorge, an 800 foot-long crack in the rock. Hampton Beach has been a popular resort town since the turn of the 20th century. Winnepesaukee Lake, a beehive of summer activity, was the setting for the movie “On Golden Pond”, featuring the Fonda’s. Covered bridges are a part of the landscape : a “kissing bridges tour” is the best way to discover them all !
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New England Explorer
Ce circuit prévoit une exploration complète de la Nouvelle-Angleterre pour les amoureux de la nature, que ce soit avec le côté maritime et ses superbes plages ou le côté terre à travers les White Mountains du New Hampshire.
Colourful New England
Charming towns, beautiful beaches, rugged coastlines, giant forests, picturesque mountains... New England has it all. In New Hampshire you can't miss the White Mountains and the Cog Railway to the top of Mount Washington.