Attractions Images of all 16 attractions. Attitash, Cannon Mountain, Clark's Trading Post, Conway Scenic Railroad, Flume Gorge, Hobo Railroad, Loon Mountain, Lost River Gorge, Mt. Washington Auto Road, Mt. Washington Cog Railway, Polar Caves Park, Santa's Village, Six Gun City, Story Land, Whale's Tale Water Park and Wildcat Mountain.
Covered Bridges Covered bridges in the White Mountains are an integral part of the landscape and a place to wait out a summer shower or steal a kiss or watch raging river waters swollen by the melting winter snows.
Foliage There are few places in the entire world where fall is so spectacular and each year, New Hampshire draws millions of visitors to see the color show, which plays out during the unique weeks of weather here, the variety of trees that undergo this transformation and the rugged terrain.
Franconia Notch Franconia Notch is a spectacular mountain pass traversed by a unique parkway which extends from the Flume Gorge at the south to Echo Lake at the north. For eight miles, I-93 winds between the high peaks of the Kinsman and Franconia mountain ranges.
Kancamagus Highway Undoubtedly, one of the most spectacular sections of the White Mountains Trail which stretches 34.5 miles from Conway in the east to Lincoln in the west.
Mt Washington It's the highest mountain in northeastern North America: 6,288-foot Mount Washington. Mount Washington is famed for its weather extremes. Whenever you visit the summit, be sure to bring extra clothing - and your binoculars and camera, too.
Scenics The White Mountains have long been known for natural splendor, cultural richness, historical charm and stimulating recreation—as well as some of the most beautiful scenery in the eastern United States.
Waterfalls Waterfalls, they're refreshing with their cool waters and their beauty. They provide arresting displays of nature's power during spring run-offs, are a welcome retreat on a hot summer day, reflect fall's colors in autumn, and reflect incredible frozen beauty in winter.