Map of Vermont and New Hampshire

The twin map of New Hampshire and Vermont portrays the political layout of the states with cartographic excellence. Boundaries of each state are demarcated with subtle tones. State capitals are named and multiple insets depict the cityscape of major urban settlements. A large number of cities and towns are also type faced throughout the expanse of the frame.

The highway system is numbered and elaborated with route charts. This twin representation of New Hampshire and Vermont provides stunning imagery and in-depth detailing makes it ideal for reference and travel lookouts.

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Details on the map

The twin map New Hampshire and Vermont depicts the physical and political layout of each state with rich imagery and in-depth detailing. The map shows international demarcations and state boundaries with subtle color tones and defined margins. The expanse is marked with placements of primary cities and secondary cities.

The Capital city of New Hampshire Concord and capital city of Vermont, Montpelier are named in bold readable fonts. Airports locations, national parks, state parks, and recreation are also indicated on the frame. The highway system is specifically numbered and can be identified at a glance. Separate frames highlight an elaborate know-how of prominent urban settlements of both the states. The Vermont map includes the city inset of the State Capital Montpelier/ Barre and the largest city Burlington.

The Map of New Hampshire presents five useful insets of State Capital Concord, largest city Manchester, Nashua, Rochester and Portsmouth. Significant terrain features like mountain ranges, river systems, lakes, oceans, plains and forested areas are projected with shaded relief and are clearly visible. The map is also furnished with a city town index, county index, distance markers, miniature map of the US indicating the placement of both these states and a digitized flag of New Hampshire and Vermont.

  • Location on the map

    • New Hampshire:New Hampshire is located in the northeastern part of the United State in the New England region. Vermont borders the state to the east whereas Massachusetts borders the state to the south. New Hampshire shares an international border with the Canadian province of Quebec in the north. Maine and the Atlantic Ocean can be placed on the east.
    • Vermont:Vermont is also located in the northeastern part of the United States in the New England Region. Massachusetts borders the state to the south. New Hampshire and New York can be placed on the east and west respectively. The state shares international borders with the Canadian province of Quebec in the north.
  • Region Location on New Hampshire and Vermont Map

    According to the USCB both the State of New Hampshire and Vermont is located in the northeastern part of the US and fall under New England in Division 1. The other States under this division are Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

  • Time Zone in New Hampshire and Vermont

    New Hampshire and Vermont both fall under the Eastern Time Zone and follow the Eastern Standard Time (EST) which is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.

  • Zip Code

    • New Hampshire:The Zip Code range of New Hampshire is 03031-03897.
    • Vermont:The Zip Code range of Vermont is 05001-05907.

County Information

  • New Hampshire

    New Hampshire is divided into 10 counties. The most populous county of the state is Hillsborough and the largest county in terms of land area is Coos County.

  • Vermont

    The state of Vermont is divided into 14 counties. The most populous county is Chittenden whereas Windsor is the largest county in terms of land area.

Urban Information

  • New Hampshire

    The state was named by Captain John Mason after the southern English county of Hampshire. It is the 5th smallest and the 10th least populous state of the US. The capital of the state is Concord whereas Manchester is the largest city. It is often referred to as “The Granite State” because of the large granite formations and quarries within the state.

  • Vermont

    The state is nicknamed “the Green Mountain State” as the prominent terrain feature of the state is the Green Mountain which runs north to south right up to the center of the state. It is the 6th smallest state in terms of land area and the second smallest state of the US in terms of population. The capital city Montpelier is the least populous state capital of the nation. The largest city is Burlington.

Physical Features

  • New Hampshire

    New Hampshire has the shortest ocean coastline in the US and Hampton Beach is the most popular. The White Mountain ranges can be placed in the north-central portion of the state and the highest point Mount Washington is also marked in this region. Other significant terrain features that marked on the map include Mount Monadnock, Merrimack River and the largest lake, Lake Winnipesaukee. The Piscataqua River and its tributaries form the state's only significant ocean port.

  • Vermont

    The Green Mountains in Vermont are the most significant terrain feature of the state. It runs from north-south up to the center of the state. Taconic Mountains can be placed on the southwestern portion. Mount Mansfield, the highest elevation of Vermont. Lake Champlain, fertile Champlain Valley, Lake Bomoseen and Connecticut River are other physical details that can be placed on the map. Lake Champlain, the sixth-largest freshwater lake in the United States, separates Vermont from New York.

National Parks

  • New Hampshire

    There are Two National parks in New Hampshire which are Appalachian National Scenic Trail and Saint-Gaudens National Historic Park.

  • Vermont

    There are Two National parks in Vermont which are Appalachian National Scenic Trail and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Trail.

Major cities

The map feature includes multiple informative insets of major cities of both the states. Each frame is complete with the latest street information, military installation, rail routes, and airports. Accurate locations of landmarks, notable architecture, historical sites, utility, and civic centers are indicated with clarity. Parks and forest areas are easily recognizable in each frame with green patches and specified symbols elaborated in the legend.

  • Concord (New Hampshire)

    Concord is the capital of New Hampshire and the seat of Merrimack County. It is the home to the New Hampshire School of Law and the resting place of Franklin Pierce the 14th President of the United States. It is served by interstate 83,93, 393 along with Concord Municipal Airport.

  • Manchester (New Hampshire)

    Manchester is the largest and most populous city of New Hampshire and one of the seats of Hillsborough County. Interstate 93, 293 and F.E. Everett Turnpike, Manchester- Boston Regional Airport and railroads make the transportation network of the city.

  • Nashua (New Hampshire)

    Nashua is the second largest city of New Hampshire and one of the seats of Hillsborough County. Everett Turnpike and US Route 3 serve the city along with state routes, airport.

  • Rochester (New Hampshire)

    The city of Rochester is located in Stafford County. State Route 16 or the Spaulding Turnpike passes through the city and US Highway passes through the center of the state.

  • Portsmouth (New Hampshire)

    Portsmouth is located in Rockingham County. The Piscataqua River and its tributaries form the state's only significant ocean port at Portsmouth. The City is crossed by Interstate 95, US Route 1, 4 and state Route 1A,16 and 33.

  • Montpelier/ Barre (Vermont)

    Montpelier is the capital of Vermont and the seat of Washington County. The economic anchors of the city are education, tourism, government and insurance sectors. The city is served by Interstate 89, US Route2 and state route 12. Barre is the most populous city of Washington County in Vermont. It is the fourth largest city in the state. Montpelier and Barre are often termed as twin cities because of its close geographical proximity. It together makes the Barre-Montpelier micropolitan area which is the third-largest metropolitan of the state.

  • Burlington (Vermont)

    Burlington is the most populous city of Vermont and the seat of Chittenden County. Burlington International Airport, passenger rail service, and interstate 89 and 189 serve the city along with US Route 2, 7 and State Route 127. Ferry ports are also indicated on the frame.

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SKU globeturner-GT052-ST-NH-VT-16-1
Size 25 x 18.5 in
Publication Date 2016
Publisher Name Globe Turner
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