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Lake Sunapee Scenic Loop

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18.8 miles: 29 minutes
The Lake Sunapee Scenic Loop is a 25-mile drive around New Hampshire’s Lake Sunapee, passing through rural residential areas and forest and along lakeshores. The route skirts the borders of John Hay National Wildlife Refuge and Mount Sunapee State Park.
18.8 miles: 29 minutes
SR 11 takes you along the shore of Otter Pond and then through forest to SR 103A. The drive skirts the shore of Lake Sunapee and the John Hay National Wildlife Refuge before rounding the southern tip of the lake at Newbury. SR 103B travels north through the foothills of Mount Sunapee along the lakeshore to Sunapee before rejoining SR 11 to complete the loop.