Every square inch of the Granite state can take my breath away, but there are some real standouts in New Hampshire that are a treasure.

According to the website travelawaits, here are just a few of the spots that you may have to add to your bucket list or take a closer look at.

You can check out their website for even more.

Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch State Park is just one of them.  The fall colors explode like a painting there.

Franconia Notch State Park is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and Flume Gorge is carved from water rushing over the granite of the White Mountains, according to travelawaits.  Just walls and walls of granite with a river running down in the middle.

If you are not quite prepared for a 2-mile hike up the steps to see the view, fear not,travelawaits states, as there is a bus to take you there. With my sciatica, I'm thinking the bus.

Since all anyone can talk about is the next presidential election, why not take a trip to Dixville Notch, where the first voters to cast their ballots to vote for president have been doing so since 1960, according to travelawaits.

There is not much to see but the history here with the main attraction being The Balsams Resort where the residents gather to cast their votes, the website states.

And lastly, why not try a trip to Harpoon Willy’s?

Many people are aware of the major ports along the New England coast, but Portsmouth has so much to see.  If you want to get a real feel for the quaint town, try Harpoon Willy’s.

Travelawaits describes the pub as being “right on the water in downtown Portsmouth with a deck overlooking the Piscataqua River.”

This is the spot to have a lobster roll and enjoy the fantastic views.  So, get out there and start exploring!