With seven distinct regions, each of which has its own personality, New Hampshire has natural beauty and outdoor adventure to spare. Just three hours from Boston, the Great North Woods is an untouched wilderness with an incomparable network of trails and lakes. ;e White
Mountains are home to the majority of the state’s peaks that exceed
4,000 feet. If climbing’s not your thing, relax at a top-notch spa, sip beer
from one of the area’s cra; breweries, or shop to your heart’s content.
;en there’s the aptly-named Lakes Region; Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee,
home to the nation’s smallest Ivy League school and oldest cra; festival;
Monadnock, which lays claim to America’s most-o;en-hiked mountain
and 40 small towns that embody the spirit of traditional New England;
Merrimack Valley, the cradle of New Hampshire’s most vibrant cities;
and Seacoast, home to the beach and historic Portsmouth. Add in the
0% state sales tax, as well as 0% tax on salary and IRA distributions, extraordinarily low crime rates, and high level of education, and it’s easy
to see why the Granite State has such widespread appeal.