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  1. Polar Caves Park

    Rumney
    Polar Caves Park

    Explore granite boulder caves formed by a continental glacier 50,000 years ago. Self-guided cave tours let you go at your own pace: explore Nature Trails, feed the animals, get a sweet treat in the Maple Sugar Lodge, and try your hand at our Polar Mining Expedition Sluice. Maybe you can even conquer...

    Address: Off I-93, Exit 26, 705 Route 25, Rumney 03266
    Phone: (603) 536-1888
    Website: http://www.polarcaves.com

  2. The White Mountains Trail

    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. The White Mountains Trail, designated a National Scenic Byway, encompasses all these aspects over ...

  3. Three Ponds Trail

    Ellsworth
    Three Ponds Trail

    Location: Rumney/Plymouth Distance: 5.3 miles Time: 3-4 hours Difficulty: Easy/Moderate Directions: Off Stinson Lake Road in Ellsworth/Rumney. Most popular is an easy 2.2 mile walk to the scenic middle pond and Three Ponds shelter. From this point an easy to moderate 5.3 mile loop back to the trail ...

    Address: Stinson Lake Road, Ellsworth NH

  4. How To Keep Cool This Summer in the White Mountains

    Date: July 11th, 2017

    How To Keep Cool This Summer in the White Mountains

    The summer is heating up here in the White Mountains, and we know some sure fire ways to keep you cool while you stay and play.

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  5. Father's Day Specials

    Date: June 12th, 2017

    Father's Day Specials

    Treat Dad Right in the White Mountains.

    We can’t think of a better way to treat Dad right, than to bring him on a Father’s Day retreat to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. There’s something here for every dad, and every family, so check out the deals, discounts, fun, and adventure to share with Dad this Father’s Day weekend.

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  6. Mothers Day in the White Mountains

    Date: May 10th, 2017

    Mothers Day in the White Mountains

    This Mother’s Day don’t just take your mother “out,” take her “OUTSIDE” and make it a day (or weekend!) to remember with a visit to New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

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  7. What’s Open Through the Fall Foliage Season?

    Date: September 8th, 2016

    What’s Open Through the Fall Foliage Season?With Fall, there are changes sweeping across the White Mountains landscape. The colors, for one; the other are the hours that our signature attractions are open - they change, too. Here is a rundown of what’s open during the fall season: Alpine Adventures , Lincoln Home of the Tree Top Canopy Tour; the SkyRider and the Super SkyRider Ziplin...

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  8. There's Nothing Like the Start of a New Season: Opening Days for the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: May 12th, 2016

    There's Nothing Like the Start of a New Season: Opening Days for the White Mountains AttractionsNORTH WOODSTOCK, NH - From the top of Mount Washington to the underground worlds of Polar Caves Park and Lost River Gorge, many of New Hampshire's White Mountains Attractions are set to open their doors for the summer.This popular New England region has been a vacation destination for generations of visitors, where trips to Story Land, Clark...

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  9. A New Season and New Adventures at the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: May 5th, 2015

    White Mountains, NH - Summer is right around the corner, and the 17 big attractions in New Hampshire's White Mountains are preparing for the tourist season."People are already making their summer travel plans," said Jayne O'Connor, President of the White Mountains Attractions Association. "And we've been busy already on spring weekends....

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