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Peak fall foliage colors in the White Mountains (Credit: AP, 2009)

Peak fall foliage colors in the White Mountains in New Hampshire.

Visiting New Hampshire

New Hampshire offers an array of things to do, many of the for free, from moose watching to hiking, surfing to scenic drives.

Leaves begin to change color along the Swift
(Credit: AP, 2008)

Leaves begin to change color along the Swift River off the Kancamagus Highway in Albany, N.H. The neraly 35-mile scenic highway winds through the White Mountains.

The highest point of the Kancamagus Highway in
(Credit: AP, 2009)

The highest point of the Kancamagus Highway in Albany. The scenic road winds through the White Mountains.

Peak fall foliage colors in the White Mountains
(Credit: AP, 2009)

Peak fall foliage colors in the White Mountains in New Hampshire.

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Moose are seen in Franconia, N.H. There's a
(Credit: AP)

Moose are seen in Franconia, N.H. There's a good chance of seeing moose through mid-October in the state's North Country. (Aug. 21, 2010)

Among New Hampshire's many peaceful settings is Cathedral
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Among New Hampshire's many peaceful settings is Cathedral of the Pines, an open-air cathedral in Rindge with a stunning view of Mount Monadnock. (2010)

New Hampshire's 17 miles of coastline attracts plenty
(Credit: AP, 2009)

New Hampshire's 17 miles of coastline attracts plenty of surfers this time of year. Just pack that wetsuit.

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