Offering a wide array of outdoor recreation including warm weather activities like mountain biking, swimming, fishing, tennis, glider rides & horseback riding. Winter brings popular activities such as horse drawn sleigh rides, snow shoeing and snow tubing. Our own cross-country ski center boasts 65km of woodsy trails.
Address: 1172 Easton Road, Franconia 03580
Phone: (603) 823-5542
45km of trails connecting Intervale with North Conway Village for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Explore trails winding through riverside hayfields or mountainside forests offering diverse terrain for all abilities with mountain and river views. Designated trails also available for fat tire biking. Stay and ski free lodging packages available, many at trailside properties. Events include annual Snowshoe Scramble and Inn-to-Inn Chocolate Festival, and weekly guided Snowshoe Tours.
Address: 279 Route 16/302, Intervale 03845
Phone: (603) 356-9920
At the base of Mount Washington you'll discover the magnificent setting of Great Glen Trails Outdoors Center. Enjoy a guided kayak trip along scenic lakes and rivers of northern NH with brilliant mountain views and opportunities for wildlife viewing. Bring your own bike or rent one, walk or hike along on our scenic trail system with amazing views of the Presidential Mountain Range. The Glen View Café is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy breakfast or lunch, or visit Great Glen Outfitters for the latest tax-free clothing, outdoor gear and gifts.
Address: Route 16, Pinkham Notch, Gorham 03581
Phone: (603) 466-2333
Experience the White Mountains of NH like never before! We offer year-round, hands-on, dog sledding adventures. Participants ages 2+ are welcome, no experience necessary. Come meet and greet the sled dogs (many of which are rescue and second chance), hear their stories and embark on scenic dog sled ride!
Address: 32 Valley Road, Jefferson 03583
Phone: (603) 545-4533
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
Trek out on horseback from the Stables at the Farm by the River Bed & Breakfast- offering incredibly scenic horse rides to the general public and inn guests. The stables are open daily, all year round. A place for all seasons- experience 70 private acres, with panoramic mountain views and ride through meadows and mixed coniferous and hardwood forest and along the Saco River. Some of the maple trees are over 200 years old! The B and B with stables is the only property in the White Mountains offering horseback riding all year long- even in the winter! Besides horseback riding, guests can cozy up to that special someone for a private Victorian carriage or sleigh ride for two, or join in with others for a group wagon ride or sleigh ride (holds up to 12-14 people). Pony rides are offered for the little ones from 3-8 years old. And don't forget to say hello to the pet goats, Max and Freckles while visiting! There is something for the whole family to enjoy on this award-winning B & B inn & stables. One can “Simply Ride” or select one of the “Ride & Stay” packages-all rooms with private baths, some have jacuzzis and/or fireplaces. Two-room family suites and a cottage are also available on this 1771 family estate- off the beaten path on the quiet side of North Conway - just 2 miles from North Conway Village. Call to reserve- reservations are highly recommended
Address: 2555 West Side Road, North Conway 03860
Phone: (603) 356-6640
Jackson Ski Touring Foundation presents state of the art grooming on trails designed to suit every taste and ability, whether you prefer quiet striding through old growth New England forest or all out skate skiing and an international race course. You can visit on-trail destinations: the warming cabin and Cocoa Café on the Ellis River Trail and numerous eateries and pubs and inns. All this is contained within a charming New England village that takes pride in its long established traditions of great skiing and warm hospitality. Foundation trails also connect with A.M.C trails in Pinkham Notch and White Mountain National Forest backcountry adventure trails. The Foundation operates under a Special-Use Permit with the White Mountain National Forest, and with the cooperation of 76 private landowners, and the town of Jackson. The Foundation maintains a courtesy patrol to assist you on the trails if needed and rescue service staff trained and certified with the National Ski Patrol System (NSP).Everyone using the trails must purchase a trail pass or be a season pass holder. Annual member benefits include: unlimited trail use for the season; a series of newsletters with current club programs and events; the Kilometer card program with incentives to ski new trails or more demanding distances; a comprehensive calendar of events; club member car window decal; free parking; use of day space and wax room.Our educational programs include guided tours, technique workshops, children's afterschool program, race volunteer workshops, use of sit-skis for disabled skiers, training for disabled skier guides, and waxing demonstrations.
Address: 153 Main St, Jackson, NH 03846
Phone: (603) 383-9355