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The White Mountains

The White Mountain region offers adventure around every corner. There are amazing attractions, easy walks, intense hiking trails, golf courses by Donald-Ross, mountain lakes and streams, sandy beaches, and gorgeous scenery. The White Mountains offer just about everything you could need in a vacation.

Adventures and Activities 

Hiking is a popular activity in the White Mountains. There are trails for just about everyone from short hikes, that can take you to a waterfall, and long hikes to scenic outlooks and mountain summits. Some of the other attractions in the area include ziplines, trains, helicoptor rides, and much more. If you don't like the outdoors then their 200 shops and stores will impress you. The White Mountain's best kept secret are the tax-free shopping opportunities. Downtown Littleton is a haven of unique shops, Bethlehem is a favorite with antique lovers, and Franconia and Sugar Hill offer the work of local artisans and craftsmen. There is something for everyone in the White Mountains.


The White Mountains are a skier's dream. They are home to several popular and diverse downhill ski areas. Some of the resorts include Attitash Mountain Resort, Loon Mountain, Cannon Mountain, Wildcat Mountain, Bretton Woods, King Pine, Waterville Valley, Sunday River Ski Resort, Black Mountain of Maine, Mount Abrams and others. Cross-country skiing is also a popular activity. Many of the XC trail systems are connected to resorts and downhill ski areas that operate as cross country touring centers too. The Nordic centers also offer snowshoeing, along with snowshoe rentals and lessons. 


The perfect fall road trip destination for anyone living in New England during these travel-restricted times. If you come during peak foliage season (1st weekend of October this year!) you’ll experience vivid colors you can’t get anywhere else. Everyone living in New England should take a trip up here at least once in their life if they are a fan of photography, nature, and hiking!
Kaitlyn Tran
What a gorgeous introduction to the beauty of fall in NH with the color changes of the autumn season!! I am a FL native (where its always green and hot) and a "flat landah", here in NH for the 1st time. My friend who is a native, took me on a drive up the Kankamangus Hwy. The scenic views are breathtaking! There are plenty of places to pull over and take in the views and/or snap a few pics. I probably took a thousand but the pictures still don't do it justice.
Heather Hodges
Absolutely beautiful. Well maintained. Enough woods to get lost and avoid people no matter how full the parking lot is. Plenty of isolated quiet spots. Lots of signs for bear activity but we stayed there 4 nights and didn't have more than a chipmunk.
Erin Bouvier

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