New Hampshire Flights GuideThey call New Hampshire the "Granite State", and the iconic granite profile "Old Man of the Mountain" proves it and is one of New Hampshire's most famous landmarks. Additionally, a visit to Flume Gorge is a wonderful hiking destination, and the Franconia Notch State Park's scenery is beautiful. The white Mountain National Forest offer a scenic drive, Mount Washington is a great place to ski or climb, and the Ivy League school Dartmouth calls this state home.
Look out for wildlife like black bears and moose. Cities include Manchester, Concord, Nashua, Portsmouth, Keene, and Bedford - and you should fly into Manchester-Boston Regional or Portsmouth International Airport. New Hampshire has more cold months than warm months, especially November through March, when it can get quite frigid. However, July is the warmest month and can get hot enough for a sunny exploration of the parks.