This quaint shop along a quiet stretch of road Southwest of Lewiston is the closest shop to the glorious foliage along New Hampshire’s Route 112, which is right in the middle of peak vibrance right now. Step into the shop’s clean, naturally-lit interiors, and you’ll find a modest selection of flower, edibles and concentrates, plus papers and accessories if you need something to enjoy it in.
If you’re angling towards the freshwater views of the enormous Lake Winnipesaukee and the surrounding woods, this sweet, cabin-like shop is an easy detour on the way. There are a variety of infused chocolate bars and tinctures alongside the well-curated vapable and flower options on the shelves. The larger selection is ideal in preparing to explore parts of the 97-mile loop surrounding the vast Lake.
North Adams, Massachusetts
Just across the border from the southern end of Vermont’s endearingly historic Highway 7 lies a super modern pot shop carrying many of Massachusetts’ most coveted cannabis brands. High quality indoor flower and pre-rolls—plus 2g Cannagars from Yamna—are stocked aplenty, as well as Southie Adams vape cartridges and edibles like the vitamin-like Drops by 1906.
Before wandering into the foliage of the Mohawk Trail, you can also check out the offerings at nearby Silver Therapeutics, a charming corner shop with a modest but highly curated menu. You can still find tasty infused seltzers from Hi 5, and high quality flower from Garden Remedies. The space is petite, but the staff keeps things moving swiftly and efficiently—and have the regulars to show for it.
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Here you’ll find New York’s influence on the emerging country pot scene in the Berkshires, where designer Adam Lippes and Alexander Farnsworth designed their 2,000-square-foot dispensary with a famed London architect. Cabinets and displays are inspired by none