Itinerary 1 - White Mountains Country Store Tour By the time your journey brings you here to the White Mountains, you get the sense that in a lot of ways, this is the way life used to be. Swing off the highway and follow the secondary roads and they'll bring you to Main Street, New Hampshire - the kind of place where you won't find familiar chain stores, but country stores that have long been the center of commerce and conversation. They are fun to find and fun to explore, and here in the White Mountains, there are four worth a visit..
Itinerary 2 - Waterfalls & Covered Bridges Gravity always directs the flow of all things liquid and the melting of the snow follows a downward path and in the spring, it is an awesome and mesmerizing experience to watch winter disappear over one of more than 100 waterfalls in the White Mountains.
And as frantic as the spring melt can be, especially after a stretch of particularly warm days or heavy rain, a sense of quiet contemplation and the reach of history can be found at one of dozens of covered bridges across the region.
Itinerary 3 - White Mountains Scenic Tours Whether your travels take you along the White Mountains Trail National Scenic Byway, the Northern Loop, or the Southern Loop, you’re in for a treat. Along the way, you’ll discover spectacular scenery, covered bridges, historic sites, picturesque towns and villages, and friendly people.
Itinerary 4 - Adventure in Maple Sugaring The coming of spring in New Hampshire's White Mountains brings subtle harbingers of the season - long shadows cast on the snow at the end of the afternoon and the bright sunshine that warms up the woods, while the nights keep their frosty edge.
These signs that trigger the flow of sap in maple trees across the state and there to catch it are hardworking maple producers.