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Kancamagus question

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We are going to the Maritimes in June. For our return trip to Michigan we would like to travel from ME across NH, VT, and northern NY. Is it feasible to drive from Bar Harbor to Hanover NH via the Kancamagus Hwy, in one day? The map sites give me a total distance of around 300 miles. We would take Hwy 10 and not the interstate down to Hanover.

We don't want to rush, but we do not do a lot of local sight-seeing, either. It is around 7 hours driving time. We usually plan an approx. 9-10 hour day on the road to allow for lunch, gas and a few stops along the way.

Are there some "Must See" stops on the route?

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