If you're itching to explore all that New Hampshire has to offer from the comforts of home, look no further than Live Free with Kris! Kris, a New Hampshire native, has an insider’s view of hidden gems, cool places to see and fun things to do all across the state. You might even be inspired to start building an itinerary for the next time you visit. We've pulled together the following list of some of our favorite Live Free with Kris videos below, and to view even more of Kris's adventures, check out her blog online here.
5 Spots for Lupine Photo Opportunities
Every June fields all over New Hampshire's White Mountains Region are in full bloom with lupine. The region holds a festival with various events to celebrate the wildflower. Live Free with Kris highlights five places where you can photograph this perennial favorite. Read more here
'Tis the season to hunt for waterfalls in New Hampshire! With more than 100 located around the state there are plenty to choose from. Follow along on this route on the Appalachia Trail in Randolph and hit four waterfalls in one trip! Read more here.
Going underground and exploring an environment created thousands of years ago is a truly unique adventure! You may not realize New Hampshire has a couple of places where you can do just that- follow along for an insider's look inside the caves at Lost River Gorge and Polar Caves. Read more here
Madame Sherri's Castle
Head to Chesterfield NH to explore what was once a lavish retreat located in the woods. The castle was built in the 1920's by Madame Sherri. The spot has long intrigued people in the region. Stop by and see why! While you're here check out some of the local hiking trails! Read more here
Team O'Neil Rally School
Buckle up for this one! We're heading out on an adventure into the world of rally car driving. You don’t need to be a professional driver to do this. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to learn. So sit back, strap yourself in and put the pedal to the medal. Read more here
6 Photo Opps for Fall Foliage
Even though the leaves have started falling from the trees, there is still so much beautiful fall scenery in much of New Hampshire. Follow this route around the Merrimack Valley Region for 6 photo opps and lovely autumn scenery as well. Read more here.