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New Hampshire / Vermont State Line - Photo New Hampshire welcome highway sign
Welcome to New Hampshire. State also known as Granite State.
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0.0
View from highway - Photo Lancaster, highway welcome sign
Welcome to community of Lancaster, New Hampshire. Access to communities of Lunenburg, New Hampshire and Concord, New Hampshire - West of highway.
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0.1
View from highway
Entering Great Woods North Region. Junction of Highway #3. 9 miles to community of Groveton, New Hampshire. Access to community of Gorham, New Hampshire - 26 miles. Woods and water dominate the landscape in the Great North Woods. Sporting adventures are a way of life, from hunting to fishing, camping, hiking, boating, wildlife watching and snowmobiling.Close proximity to Canada's Province of Quebec, as well as the Maine and Vermont borders, has resulted in a fascinating mix of cultures and outlooks.
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1.2
Services at highway
Diesel, gas - East side of highway.
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1.3
Services at highway
East side of highway. Access to welcome center ' Great North Welcome Center' - Park Street, downtown section of Lancaster. Note: Friendly and helpful staff available - West side of highway.
1.5
2.4
Junction of Highway #135 and #3
South to Dalton - 8 miles; South to Cushman, New Hampshire - 10 miles; South to Whitefield, New Hampshire - 8 miles.
3.3
5.3
Access to lodging
West side of highway.
3.4
5.5
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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7.7
Community of Jefferson, New Hampshire

4.8
7.8
View from highway
Point of Interest: entering White Mountain Region.
6.5
10.4
Roadside turnout
Paved - North side of highway.
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11.7
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
7.3
11.8
Access to lodging
North side of highway on Sleepytime Drive.
7.8
12.5
Junction of Highway #116
South to community of Whitefield, New Hampshire - 8 miles - and Littleton, New Hampshire - 19 miles. Access to airport.
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13.4
Village of Jefferson, New Hampshire
Junction of 115A. South access to Jefferson Meadows business area. Services at highway - gas, diesel. Access to the White Mountain National Forest Recreational Area, south of highway. The White Mountain National Forest (better known as 'the Whites') in central New Hampshire is one of America's most popular public lands, registering more visitors annually than Yellowstone and Yosemite combined.
8.5
13.7
View from highway
Roadside turnout - South side of highway. Photo is view of highway heading east on #2.
10.8
17.3
View from highway
View from highway heading east on Highway #2.
10.9
17.6
Roadside turnout
South side of highway.
11.6
18.7
Access to campground

12.1
19.4
Junction of Highway #115
South to Carroll - 10 miles; Twin Mountain - 11 miles. Access to Franconia Notch State Park.
15.2
24.4
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
15.9
25.6
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
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25.7
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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27.6
Services at highway
Gas, no diesel - North side of highway.
19.2
30.9
Roadside turnout
Access to hiking trail - South side of highway. Paved, no services.
20.0
32.2
Access to Horton Center
South side of highway.
21.0
33.8
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
21.5
34.6
Access to community of Gorham Heights, New Hampshire

21.7
35.0
Point of Information
Entering Mt. Washington Valley.
23.3
37.5
Access to Moose Brook State Park
North of highway.
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38.0
Roadside turnout
Large, paved - North side of highway.
24.0
38.6
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
24.5
39.5
Junction of Highway #16
North to Berlin and Northern Forest Heritage Park. Access to lodging.
24.8
39.9
Access to lodging

26.1
42.0
Junction of Highway #16
Access to communities of Glen House, New Hampshire, Jackson, New Hampshire and Glen, New Hampshire - South of highway. Access to Wildcat Mountain Ski Area - South of highway. Access to White Mountain National Forest Information - South of highway. North access to Moose Brook State Park Campground.
26.5
42.7
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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42.8

Welcome to Gorham, New Hampshire. Gorham is nestled in the heart of the White Mountains. With a population of just under 3,000 people. The Town of Gorham was incorporated in 1836 with 150 inhabitants. The scenery and recreation such as, skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, golf, canoeing and kayaking.
26.8
43.1
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
27.0
43.5
Roadside turnout
Large, gravel, no services - South side of highway.
27.8
44.7
Access to RV park and campground
South side of highway.
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45.3
Roadside turnout
South side of highway.
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45.5
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
28.7
46.2
Access to Bed & Breakfast
South side of highway.
29.0
46.7

Gravel, no services - North side of highway. Photo taken from turnout of Leadmine State Forest.
29.8
47.9
Access to Appalachian Trail Hiking Area
Roadside turnout - South side of highway. Continuing through the rugged Mahoosuc Range, the Appalachian Trail Trail enters New Hampshire and then makes its first ascent in the state up Mt. Success and continues to the White Mountains. You can visit the headquarters of the AMC hut system at Pinkham Notch, at the foot of Mount Washington.
30.1
48.4
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - South side of highway.
30.9
49.7
Shelburne rest area
State run, toilets, picnic tables - South side of highway.
31.6
50.9
Access to community of Shelburne, New Hampshire
First chartered in 1769, this town was named for William Petty Fitzmaurice, Earl of Shelburne. Lord Shelburne was a supporter of independence for the American colonies, and at his insistence, the king recognized the independence of the United States.
34.9
56.1
Access to Old Man of the Valley
South side of highway. Some 1200 feet above Profile Lake, the Old Man is outlined on a shoulder of Profile Mountain, and juts abruptly into space. Five layers of granite ledge, one on top of the other at exactly a lateral distance of 25 feet, make up the Old Man. One layer forms the chin, another the upper lip, a third one the nose, and the forehead is formed by two layers. The Old Man stands at forty feet and five inches.
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56.1
View from highway
Start/finish of highway travel log. New Hampshire/Maine State Line. For continuation of highway visit Milebymile.com, Highway U.S.# 2 Maine Road Map Travel Guide - S&e