New Hampshire Route 113
Map of eastern New Hampshire with NH 113 highlighted in red. The easternmost section, between Conway and the Maine border, is no longer part of the route.
|Maintained by NHDOT|
|Length:||40.456 mi (65.108 km)|
|West end:||US 3 / NH 25 in Holderness|
|East end:||US 302 in Conway|
New Hampshire Route 113 (abbreviated NH 113) is a 40.456-mile long (65.108 km) east–west state highway in east-central New Hampshire. NH 113 begins in the Lakes Region at an intersection with U.S. Route 3 and New Hampshire Route 25 in Holderness, and stretches eastward across the central part of the state, ending at an intersection with U.S. Route 302 in Conway, just a few miles west of the Maine border.
NH 113 is signed as an east-west route, but is oriented in a southwest-northeast fashion. It begins in Holderness, splitting off the Daniel Webster Highway (US 3/NH 25) near Squam Lake. While the D.W. Highway skirts the southern side of the lake, NH 113 heads around the west and north sides of the lake and east into the town of Sandwich, where it meets the northern end of NH 109. Continuing northeast, NH 113A splits off to the north before NH 113 turns east to enter Tamworth, where it joins NH 25 for a short concurrency. NH 113 turns back northeast, intersecting the eastern end of the NH 113A loop before crossing the White Mountain Highway (NH 16) near Chocorua Lake. NH 113 continues eastward into Madison, meeting the northern end of NH 41, and then turns almost due north towards Conway. After entering Conway, NH 113 once again intersects NH 16, this time forming a concurrency running through Conway Village. Along the way the two routes meet the eastern end of the Kancamagus Highway (NH 112). In downtown Conway, NH 113 splits eastward from NH 16 just after intersecting the northern end of NH 153. While NH 16 continues northward towards North Conway, NH 113 heads east towards Center Conway as East Main Street. After about 1.5 miles (2.4 km), it reaches its eastern terminus at US 302. East Main Street continues as US 302 towards the Maine state border.
NH 113's historic terminus was at the Maine state line along current US 302. From its current terminus, NH 113 joined US 302 eastbound and abruptly ended at the border, with the road continuing into Maine as standalone US 302. Aside from this concurrency being redundant, the signage also proved potentially confusing, as US 302 intersects Maine State Route 113 just a few miles east of the border. Maine State Route 113, despite that it does cross into part of Conway, is unrelated to NH 113.
The state has since truncated NH 113 to end at the intersection with US 302 in Conway, officially eliminating the concurrency.
|Grafton||Holderness||0.000||0.000||US 3 / NH 25 (Daniel Webster Hwy.) to NH 175 – Meredith, Ashland||Western terminus|
|Carroll||Sandwich||11.723||18.866||NH 109 south (Main Street) – Moultonborough, Wolfeboro||Northern terminus of NH 109|
|15.420||24.816||NH 113A east (Whiteface Road) – Wonalancet||Western terminus of NH 113A|
|Tamworth||19.324||31.099||NH 25 west (Bearcamp Highway) – Moultonborough, Meredith||Western end of concurrency with NH 25|
|22.174||35.686||NH 25 east (Bearcamp Highway) – Ossipee, Freedom||Eastern end of concurrency with NH 25|
|24.574||39.548||NH 113A west (Chinook Trail) – Wonalancet||Eastern terminus of NH 113A|
|27.513||44.278||NH 16 (White Mountain Hwy.) – Ossipee, Conway|
|Madison||29.932||48.171||NH 41 south (Plains Road) – Ossipee||Northern terminus of NH 41|
|Albany||36.498||58.738||NH 16 south (White Mountain Hwy.) – Tamworth, Ossipee||Western end of concurrency with NH 16|
|Conway||37.642||60.579||NH 112 west (Kancamagus Hwy.) – Lincoln, Woodstock||Eastern terminus of NH 112|
|38.395||61.791||NH 153 south (Pleasant Street) – Eaton, Freedom||Northern terminus of NH 153|
|38.467||61.907||NH 16 north (White Mountain Hwy.) – North Conway, Glen||Eastern end of concurrency with NH 16|
|40.456||65.108||US 302 (Eastman Road) – Center Conway, Fryeburg, ME||Eastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
New Hampshire Route 113A
|Length:||13.222 mi (21.279 km)|
New Hampshire Route 113A is a 13.222-mile-long (21.279 km) loop road in Carroll County, New Hampshire. The highway splits from NH 113 in Tamworth, loops around to the north, west and south, then rejoins NH 113 again in the town of Sandwich. The road provides access to Hemenway State Forest in the White Mountains area of New Hampshire.
The eastern terminus of NH 113A is in Tamworth at NH 113. In this area, the highway is named Chinook Trail. The western terminus is at NH 113 in Sandwich, where the road is named Whiteface Road.
New Hampshire Route 113B
|Location:||Chatham, NH–Stow, ME|
|Length:||3.95 mi (6.36 km)|
New Hampshire Route 113B (NH 113B), despite its designation, is not a loop road of NH 113. The route, which never intersects nor comes close to NH 113, is a loop of Maine State Route 113, but lies almost entirely within New Hampshire, producing the very unusual situation of one state having a suffixed route off another state's highway.
NH 113B is one of two New Hampshire routes (the other being NH 153) which cross into Maine but retain their designations. North of NH 113B's northern terminus, SR 113 immediately crosses into New Hampshire for a couple of miles while retaining its own designation.
- Maine State Route 113, which crosses into New Hampshire twice.
- Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (February 20, 2015). "NH Public Roads". Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
- Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (April 3, 2015). "Nodal Reference 2015, State of New Hampshire". New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
- New Hampshire Routes 101-125