New Hampshire has some of the most awe-inspiring fall colors and epic above-treeline excursions if you’re ready to hit the trail.

7 Must-Do Hikes in New Hampshire

An epic but challenging hike to knock out seven 4K peaks in a single day.

The Presidential Traverse

Amazing fall foliage without the crowds on a not-too-hard summit jaunt.

Middle Sugarloaf Trail

Easy and popular hike through a jaw-droppingly cool natural phenomenon.

The Flume Gorge

"The Granite State might not be at the top of your list when you think of big mountains, but maybe it should be. It’s an adventurer’s playground!" Sarah Lamagna

Most of the views along the Welch-Dickey loop are south and west facing, so it’s perfect for a sunset hike.

Welch-Dickey Loop

This granite summit has the very best views of New Hampshire’s biggest lake.

Mount Major

An epic and often foggy hike to Not one but two alpine lakes below the summit of the infamous Mount Washington.

Lake of the Clouds

Known as the “Gentle Giant”, this amazing peak is the westernmost 4Ker in the White Mountains.

Mount Moosilauke