New Hampshire is one of the least populous states in the United States. Visitors travel here for the leaves changing in the fall and the availability of outdoor sports. There is skiing and snowboarding during the snowy winters and hiking and orienteering during the warm summers. One of the thirteen original colonies, New Hampshire is a central location in New England to access cities in neighboring states.

New Hampshire's license plates bear the motto, "Live Free or Die." From snowshoeing to mountaineering and voting on election night, Matador has got you covered on how to go about living in this northern state.

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