1. Appalachian Trail: "The Appalachian Trail runs from Georgia to Maine, and it passes through most of the states in New England on its way north. If you choose to do a day hike, or something a bit longer, be sure to choose a hike that is safe for you based on your hiking experience."
2. Mount Washington: "At 6,288 feet, the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire is rightfully intimidating. If you’re the adventurous type, you can hike up to the summit. If you prefer to take in your surroundings from the comfort of a vehicle, you can drive up, or take the Cog Railway."
3. Conway Scenic Railroad: "The Conway Scenic Railroad takes passengers on a trip through nature and time. Take in New Hampshire’s beautiful natural scenery from inside an old-fashioned train. The trains leave from the Victorian station in the center of North Conway Village."
4. Old Orchard Beach, ME: "Old Orchard Beach, Maine, has a downtown made for tourists. There is a traditional pier, an amusement park, an arcade, a sprawling beach, and no shortage of souvenir shops. This charming summer destination offers something for visitors of all ages."
5. Stowe Vermont: "The mountains of Stowe, Vermont offer biking, hiking, and beautiful lakes. While you’re there, make a stop at the Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury to see how the famous ice cream is made."