If you’re coming to New Hampshire for just one thing… don’t. Consider that the Granite State’s comparatively small size is also a big benefit. Where else can you take a dip in the Atlantic at sea-level and then ride through the clouds over a mile in the sky before your hair is even dry? New Hampshire, that’s where. While it’s less than a three-hour cruise from New Hampshire’s 13-mile coast (the shortest of any state bordering the ocean!) and the 6,288-foot behemoth, Mount Washington (the most prominent peak east of the Mississippi), there is plenty to do, see — and eat — between both points.
Since we proudly call New Hampshire “home,” we set off on a road trip from sea to sky exploring some of the best riding, roadside attractions, and cuisine that the Granite State has to offer between the two. So if you’re coming to New Hampshire for just one thing, think again. It’s all closer than you think.