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Looking for something recreational besides traditional outdoors recreation. There are many other adventures to partake in here in the White Mountains.

There are a large array of things to do here in the White Mountains from easy outdoor recreation, scenic activities or even some challenging activities. Some things most appealing to visitors is Moose Watching or Moose Tours or spending an afternoon sifting through train memorabilia or New Hampshire's artifacts.

Not sure you know enough about recreational safety than join one of many places that hosts tours or group guided trips. Whether it be on your own or with a group, the White Mountains offers a vast of opportunities for sports and recreation.

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Vertical Ventures Aviation

Vertical Ventures Aviation

Enjoy a thrill of a lifetime over the majestic White Mountains on board our luxurious, climate controlled helicopters. Services include Aerial photography, sightseeing tours and special events. Call today to book your flight!

Address: 5 Airport Road Whitefield, NH 03584
Phone: (603) 616-9246
Website: www.verticalventuresaviation.com/

Saco River Tubing Center

Conway

Enjoy a relaxing day floating down the crystal clear waters of the Saco River. Saco River averages 3 ft. deep with some small rapids, sandy beaches and rope swings for the more adventurous.

Address: 558 White Mountain Highway, Conway, NH 03818
Phone: (603) 447-4275
Website: www.sacorivertubing.com/

Still Waters Run Deep Kayaking

Still Waters Run Deep Kayaking

Monroe

Explore the more peaceful corners of northern New Hampshire and Vermont with unique, customized Kayaking, Hiking and Snowshoe Tours. Groups from 2 - 8 people, ages 12 and up. All tours include equipment, basic instruction, transportation and a picnic lunch. Try our specialty trips in hand-crafted cedar kayaks, made piece by piece by a Native Vermonter. Also, visit the Still Waters Herbal Gift Shop for Reiki treatments, herbal products, hand-crafted items, gemstones and more.

Address: 376 Coppermine Road, Monroe, NH 03771
Phone: (603) 638-3017
Website: www.stillwatersrundeepkayaking.com

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation

Jackson

The largest Nordic ski area in the Northeast the provides recreational and competitive opportunities for cross country skiing and shoe shoeing on over 150 Kilometers of professionally groomed terrain. Nordic skiing and snowshoeing enriches lives and promotes healthy lifestyles. Jackson Ski Touring is a nonprofit organization.

Address: 153 Main St, Jackson, NH 03846
Phone: (603) 383-9355
Website: jacksonxc.org/