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New Hampshire orchards can be found from the Connecticut Valley to the Seacoast, and from our southern border to the White Mountains. Apple trees cover 2,000 acres of land and produce approximately 25 million pounds of apples each year. These fruit trees dot the landscape in distinctive rows on gently sloping hillsides. During spring bloom, soft white trees grace the slopes. And in fall, the limbs are laden with McIntosh, Cortland, and well over 50 varieties of New Hampshire apples. Views from the orchards are some of the best in the state, overlooking villages and valleys, rivers and miles of colorful foliage. Most New Hampshire apple growers sell their fruit from a store right at the orchard. These stores will often have other autumn delights: pies, cider, maple syrup, and other goodies. McIntosh remains a favorite variety, with Cortland, Empire, Macoun, Gala, Mutsu, Honeycrisp and many others enjoyed as eating, cooking, or baking apples. Every New Hampshire orchard is unique; some have pick your own apples, hayrides through the orchards, petting zoos, and cider mills pressing sweet cider at the farm. Wherever you go, you will be sure to find the best tasting, highest quality apples, grown with great care by New Hampshire farmers.