Back to Nature – Take a guided family hike to big views without big effort. Join a naturalist to learn more about the flora and fauna that make the White Mountains so special. Scout for animal tracks and listen for bird calls. Or experience the science of climate and weather on New England’s highest peak through interactive exhibits and live video links.
Fly through the Sky & Climb High - Looking for a fun option this spring? Why not try an exciting adventure that still allows you to enjoy the fresh mountain air. Soar above the forest floor and over rivers, climb across suspension bridges and up hiking trails – all while enjoying spectacular mountain views. Or harness up and test your rock climbing skills with the help of knowledgeable staff.
Alpine Adventures and North Country Climbing Wall
Tasty Treats – Discover the sweet life by visiting the home of the world’s longest candy counter. Check out a maple sugar house and museum filled with maple syrup-making artifacts and area memorabilia. Sample mature cheddar cheese aged two years and handcrafted chocolate confections. There’s something for everyone’s taste buds!
Bavarian Chocolate Haus, Chutters, Fadden’s General Store, Fuller’s Sugar House, Harman’s Cheese & Country Store, and Kellerhaus Ice Cream, Candy, & Gifts
Wine Tasting & Brew Tours – New Hampshire’s long history of brewing beer dates back to 1635, so we’re pretty good at it! Tour a brewery and sample unique recipes inspired by the characteristics of the White Mountains and local flavor. Enjoy taster pours and gourmet wood-fired pizza in a restored 18th century mill on the Ammonoosuc River. Or explore a specialty shop offering artisanal foods and libations, plus Saturday afternoon wine tastings.
The Abbey Cellars I & II, Schilling Beer Co., and Woodstock Brewery