Scenic Byways

General John Stark Byway in Autumn
GJSSB in Autumn

The SNHPC region is home to four state-designated scenic and cultural byways; these distinctive loops guide travelers through the region’s diverse history and landscapes. From Londonderry’s apple orchards to the settings of Robert Frost’s poetry, and from the stomping grounds of American hero John Stark to the gently burbling Upper Lamprey River, history and scenic charm abound.                                  
SNHPC regional byway map

SNHPC staff assist the region's byway councils with meeting facilitation/organization as well as outreach and byway planning. There has been renewed interest in New Hampshire’s byways over the last several years, and SNHPC staff also facilitate byway discussions statewide in the form of the NH Scenic Byways Networking Committee. This group has planned and executed Forums beginning in 2017.  If you’re interested in becoming involved on a byway council (see below for towns), please contact Adam Hlasny at ahlasny@snhpc.org.

Apple Way flag          GJSSB flag          Frost-Stagecoach flag          ULSB flag
Apple Way (Londonderry)
Corridor Management Plan (2015)
Retro Poster
Map


General John Stark Scenic Byway
(Goffstown, New Boston, Weare, Dunbarton)
Corridor Management Plan (2008) *update underway as of 2021
One-Page Flyer (2018)
Retro Poster
Map
Website


Robert Frost/Old Stage Coach Scenic Byway (Auburn, Chester, Derry, Hampstead, Atkinson)
Corridor Management Plan (2015)
One-Page Flyer (2018)
Retro Poster
Map
Website (launched February 2019)


Upper Lamprey Scenic Byway (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood)
Corridor Management Plan (2016)
One-Page Flyer (2018)
Retro Poster
Map
Facebook Page

Website (launched July 2019)

For more information on Scenic Byways, please contact Adam Hlasny (ahlasny@snhpc.org)