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Franconia Notch State Park, located in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest, spans an eight-mile portion of Interstate 93 with the Flume Go...
The Kancamagus Highway The Kancamagus Highway is a portion of NH Route 112 spanning east to west from Lincoln to Conway. The 34.5-mile drive is a rec...
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Castle in the Clouds provides anywhere from one hour to a full day of enriching activities for all ages. It is home to Lucknow, an Arts and Crafts-style 16-room mansion built in the Ossipee Mountains in 1914. The 135-acre estate provides one of the most stunning views of New Hampshire’s largest la...
Address: 455 Old Mountain Rd, Route 171 Moultonborough, NH 03254
Phone: (603) 476-5900
Gunstock Mountain Resort is a premier winter and summer destination, only 100 miles from Boston. During the warmer months, enjoy our 290 site campground featuring tent sites and full RV hook-ups, camp store, and miles of dog-friendly hiking and biking trails. Check out a Segway or E-Bike tour and hi...
Address: 719 Cherry Valley Rd, Gilford, NH 03249
Phone: (603) 293-4341
Located in Franconia Notch State Park. A well marked/traveled trail to a pristine mountain lake with great views of the Franconia Ridge. Park at Lafayette Campground parking area off I-93 south. Trail starts at the left side of the parking lot. Follow the yellow blazed Lonesome Lake Trail. After a ...
Explore one of New Hampshire’s premier outdoor experiences, offering 9 granite caves, 7 family-friendly attractions, 5 guided rock-climbing routes, our Animal Park with unique species, and 1 Via Ferrata (also known as our Polar Ascent)—an iron climbing feature spanning over 170 feet. Welcoming ...
Address: Off I-93, Exit 26, 705 Route 25, Rumney 03266
Phone: (603) 536-1888
In the White Mountains the NH State Parks range from 6,440-acre Franconia Notch State Park to the highest State Park in the East, Mount Washington State Park. These parks' diversity means that visitors and residents alike can enjoy endless recreational opportunities, from hiking to swimming, mou...
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 ...
An assortment of shops offering gifts, apparel, souvenirs, jewelry, books, toys, candles, and more. Adjacent to numerous restaurants, ice arena, bike rentals, pond and beach, excellent hiking, snowshoe trails, and Nordic Center.
Address: 6 Village Road, Waterville Valley NH 03215
Phone: (603) 236-8175
On the summit of Mt. Prospect in Lancaster is the summer estate of John Wingate Weeks, the U.S. Congressman who led the charge to establish the Weeks Act of 1911 to create our National Forest system. The hiking trails provide year-round activity for all ages and the first Scenic & Cultural Byway in ...
Address: 200 Weeks State Park Road, Lancaster 03584
Phone: (603) 788-4004
Located in the White Mountains, clean and comfy. 7 rooms w/pvivate baths, WiFi, 40" Cable/Smart TV's. Shared family rooms and kitchenette w/coffee/tea-store, chill, reheat food. On snowmobile trail, skiing, hiking, Mt. Washington, golf, more. Book online!
Address: 222 US-3, Twin Mountain, NH 03595
Dog friendly & clean, on the Ammonoosuc River. WiFi, inground pool, by Cog, M. Washington, Notches, the Kanc, fishing, hiking, golfing, biking, and attractions. Full hookup (50/30/20 am). RV sites, River & tent sites, Roadside cabins. Book online for winter & summer camping.
Address: 373 Route 302 W., Twin Mountain 03595
Where you stay should be just as memorable as where you visit. Welcome to Attitash Mountain Village, at the base of Attitash Ski Area. Choose from Trip Advisor Awarded Hotel, Suites and Slope side Lodging. Hiking, Saco beach, sleigh rides, XC skiing and mountain bike trails on resort, including 3 po...
Address: 1 River Run Drive, Bartlett, NH 03812
Accommodating staff with family atmosphere with classic breakfast. Clean and updated inn rooms and cottages. Near Story Land, North Conway, hiking, and skiing. Outdoor pool, playground, hot tub, dog-friendly cottages. Best combination of quality and price.
Address: 1477 Main St, 1477 Crawford Notch Rd, Bartlett NH 03812
Phone: (603) 374-2353
The Best Western White Mountain Inn is an outdoor enthusiast's dream! Located in Franconia, this New Hampshire hotel proudly offers the best in customer service and amenities at an affordable rate. Guests staying at this Franconia inn will be a short distance from Franconia State Park, Cannon Mo...
Address: 87 Wallace Hill Rd, Franconia NH 03580
Phone: (603) 823-7422
Camping on the Saco River in the Heart of the White Mountains! Wooded, secluded, Riverfront tenting, cabins, yurts, small RV's, modern & clean bath house, pet friendly, close to area hiking and attractions.
Address: 1138 US Route 302, Hart's Location, NH 03812
Phone: (603) 374-2779
Historic, elegant inn located in North Conway Village with 250 rooms. Many include fireplace, kitchen and spa tubs. Tennis, exercise facilities, restaurant, pool, and hiking trails on premises.
Address: 2760 White Mountain Highway North Conway NH 03860
Experience the best value in the White Mountains! Nearby to Cannon, Loon, Bretton Woods. Golfing, Hiking, Snowmobiling, Santa's Village, Storyland, Whales Tale, etc. Free Continental breakfast, WiFi, Flat screen TV's, and pet-friendly room options, (call for availability). Close to restauran...
Address: 335 Cottage St Littleton NH 03561
Phone: (603) 444-3971
Clean rooms, excellent service. Directly across the street from Santa's Village in the heart of the White Mountains. Snowmobile from your room to Corridor 5. Close to many hiking trails. Rates: $50-115 d.o.
Address: 537 Presidential Highway, Jefferson NH 03583
Phone: (603) 586-4449
Modern motel with breathtaking views, picnic area, AC, TV, coffee, pool, game room, sundeck; near hiking, biking, golfing, birding, and skiing. Internet, relaxation. Non-smoking, kid-free, no pets. Welcome home.
Address: Four Seasons Motor Inn, 512 U.S. 3, Carroll NH 03595
Phone: (603) 846-5708
The Franconia Inn has been welcoming guests since 1863. Situated on 107 acres in picturesque Easton Valley, our spacious Inn affords breathtaking views of Mount Lafayette, Franconia Notch, and the Kinsman Range in New Hampshire's White Mountains. The convenient location provides easy accessibili...
Address: 1172 Easton Rd, Franconia NH 03580
Phone: (603) 823-5542
Spacious Rooms, Studios and Suites. Complimentary use of 5000 square foot water park, breakfast, WiFi, Fitness & Business Center. Walking distance to Tax-Free outlet shops and dining. Story Land, hiking and skiing nearby.
Address: 1788 White Mountain Hwy North Conway NH 03860
Phone: (603) 356-7736
Your hosts provide itineraries to point the way around the scenic rural towns and spectacular mountain views. Sitting on the shores of the Ammonoosuc River you can step from your site, right into the river to try your hand at catching a rainbow trout. Hikers can head for Franconia Notch, Crawford No...
Address: 2154 U.S. 302, Lisbon NH 03585
Phone: (603) 838-5525
Spectacular vacation enjoyment in the White Mountains' scenic Franconia Notch. Nearby hiking, skiing, golf, etc. A great location and family getaway! Affordable, non-smoking accommodations with full kitchens. Minutes from area attractions and outdoor activities.
Address: Mittersill Alpine Resort, 193 Mittersill Rd, Franconia NH 03580
Phone: (603) 823-5511
Spacious wooded, brook and pond sites. Reservations suggested. All modern. Dump station, rec barn, playground, hiking, heated pool. WiFi, CTV, cabins. Rate: $58; full hook-ups extra, 2 adults and 3 children.
Address: 96 Batchelder Brook Rd, Warren NH 03279
Phone: (603) 764-5294
Our 32-room inn is a cozy oasis to relax and unwind after a hearty day of skiing, hiking, biking, sightseeing, and other nearby activities. Breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese included with stay.
Address: 70 Packard's Rd, Waterville Valley, NH 03215
NH's magical seacoast -- nationally acclaimed theatre and music, biking, hiking, fishing, sailing, whale watching, bird watching, sunset cruises, walking tours, historic sites and more. Visit our website for all there is to do on NH's seacoast.
Address: 500 Market Street, Portsmouth NH 03802
Phone: (603) 610-5510
Opened in the fall of 2018, the Glen House Hotel is your four season destination, located at the base of Mount Washington. Inspired by the past and designed for the future, this nearly 100% energy-efficient hotel is simplistic in design, yet offers incredible modern amenities. With classic New Engla...
Address: 979 NH-16, Gorham, NH 03581
Ideally located on Paugus Bay of Lake Winnipesaukee, 500+ feet of sandy beach, indoor & outdoor pools, whirlpool, suana, spa, beach bar and grill. Minutes from shopping, dining, hiking, and skiing.
Address: 76 Lake St, Laconia, NH 03246
A resort for all seasons. Deluxe accommodations with spectacular views. Free continental breakfast, dining, tavern, fitness center, outdoor pool and hot tub, firepit, golf, hiking. Packages available. AAA♦♦♦.
Address: 87 Fairway Dr, North Conway, NH 03860
Phone: (603) 356-7100
Date: September 29th, 2020
One of the best ways to see the beautiful fall color in the White Mountains is to “peep” it from the top of a mountain. While many hikes in the Whites offer stunning views and incredible foliage, here are seven to add to your foliage hiking list.
Date: September 15th, 2020
No matter which region of the White Mountains you travel this fall, you will be surrounded by incredible foliage. However, sometimes it’s best to spend a few extra minutes taking the leisurely route that is off the beaten path. You may discover a town you’ve never heard of, or a road you’ve never driven. Grab a map, and your camera, and check out these 5 scenic routes on your hunt for fall foliage.
Date: May 20th, 2020
There are thousands of trails in the White Mountain National Forest, yet there are a handful in each section of the White Mountains that tend to get a lot of foot traffic. As we navigate the tricky waters of social distancing, it is important to continue to give people space on the trails and if you see that a trailhead parking lot is full or close to being full, it is a great idea to have a Plan B or C to fall back on.
We have compiled a list of some of the more popular hikes that you may have seen or read about along with a few alternatives you may want to try instead. While this is certainly not a complete list, it is a nice overview to get you started.
Need some more resources? The White Mountain National Forest's website is a great place to start and you can also give them a call at 603-536-6100. https://www.fs.usda.gov/whitemountain
Date: August 20th, 2019
Max, over at www.hikingandfishing.com is guest blogging for us today and wanted to share his piece on 7 easy hikes to do in the White Mountains region. Have you done any of these hikes? Which hikes would you add to the list? Thanks for sharing, Max!
Date: August 15th, 2019
Our family has had a pretty incredible summer in the White Mountains. We’ve gone hiking and camping, found some swimming holes to cool off in, and spent time with family and friends. There is still so much we want to do and luckily summer is not over! We still have two weeks to explore the White Mountains, and many of the 17 Attractions will be open weekends through Columbus Day, or beyond! Check out what is still on our bucket list this summer and consider adding them to yours!
Date: August 1st, 2019
Heading out to the lake to cool off is a must-do on our summer bucket list, and we LOVE that there are so many lakes to choose from in the White Mountains. (Who knew?) Whether you want to bring your kayak, canoe, fishing rod, or just laze the day away in your bathing suit and tube, there's a lake for that.
Date: June 28th, 2019
While you’re on vacation here in the White Mountains, we encourage you to hit the trails with your family and explore the great outdoors and the natural beauty that surrounds us. There are plenty of great hiking options for families or for those who just want to take a short jaunt in the woods. Here are 5 hikes to get you started this summer.
Date: February 14th, 2019
There is something almost magical about making tracks in the fresh snow of a cross country or snowshoe trail. The only sound you hear is the “swish, swish” of your feet in the snow. The White Mountains is certainly known for an abundance of wooded trails that are perfect for hiking, biking, or enjoying other winter sports. We also know of some great spots that have entire trail systems for you to enjoy and spend the day outdoors. Take a peek!
Date: January 4th, 2019
Happy New Year from the White Mountains! By now you have probably made your New Year’s resolutions…some of you may have already broken them. There is always room for self-improvement and we propose that you add one, two, or all of these resolutions to your list for 2019. If nothing else, just resolve to come to the White Mountains this year, get outside, and explore.
Date: July 27th, 2018
There is still a lot of summer left and we know that you have a bucket list of fun and adventure you still need to complete. A trip to the White Mountains is sure to be on your list, and we have some great suggestions that you do not want to miss. Get your pen out and start marking some checks in those boxes!
Date: March 23rd, 2018
The White Mountains region is steeped in history and is one of the reasons families visit year after year. We want to share with our visitors some historic milestones that are coming up in 2018 for some of the area’s Attractions, lodging properties, and shops. Come celebrate with us!
Date: November 15th, 2017
It’s that time of year, again! The ski resorts are making snow, Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and Christmas music can be heard on the radio. Have you started your holiday shopping? From locally made products, to clothes, and everyhing in between, it’s easy to take care of everyone on your list here in the White Mountains.
Date: October 5th, 2017
We can’t think of a better way to get the most bang out of your foliage buck, than to hike up a mountain and see the autumn world below you. October is the perfect time to hike in the White Mountains as the air is cooler, there isn’t as much foot traffic as in the summer, and the pay-off at the top is incomparable. These five foliage hikes will convince you to slap on those hiking boots, grab a camera, and get outside!
Date: October 2nd, 2017
Taking a drive through the White Mountains will send you down beautiful scenic roads and byways, historic landmarks, iconic attractions, and mountain views that are beyond compare. There are also many small towns and villages that you may have driven through on your way to somewhere else, or that may have been slightly out of the way so you didn’t even give them a second thought. Here are five of our favorites that are worth getting to know.
Date: September 26th, 2017
There’s nothing more serene and picturesque than a pond or lake in the fall in the White Mountains. If you’re interested in taking in an autumn canoe or kayak ride, or just want to sit on the banks, soak it all in, and get some amazing photos, we have 10 of the best places to see the fall foliage by water in the White Mountains.
Date: July 18th, 2017
We’ve compiled a list of great family-friendly hikes in the White Mountains. This is just a handful of hiking trails in the White Mountains, and it is a helpful start when planning your next family hike. Don’t forget to bring water, a picnic lunch, and your camera!
Date: June 14th, 2017
The White Mountains are known for their breathtaking views as well as their stunning waterfalls. There are hundreds of waterfalls in the White Mountains; some are right off the road, and others require a short hike. In the summer, (especialy after a good rain storm), these awe-inspiring beauties show off their full potential. To get the most bang for your viewing buck, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 tallest waterfalls in the White Mountains that you just have to see to believe. Which ones are your favorite?
Date: April 21st, 2017
Spring is one of New Hampshire’s most vibrant seasons. As the White Mountains shed their white layer of snow, to reveal… brilliant white granite, the region’s wooded mountainsides and farmlands get greener by the minute.
Date: October 6th, 2016
Autumn in the White Mountains is a festive explosion of colors that burst across our mountain landscapes and here are 10 ways to experience the White Mountains in the fall.
Date: June 10th, 2020
PINKHAM NOTCH, NH — Since 1861, Mount Washington’s “Road to the Sky” has been central to tourism here in New Hampshire. Originally opened for horse and carriage traffic, early travelers marveled at the amazing views from the Northeast’s highest peak, and the clean, fresh air that made the mountains such a desirable destination for early city dwellers. While the Mt. Washington Auto Road now caters to motorized vehicles, the Road maintains its original 7.6-mile course up the mountain, and will offer travelers the same amazing experience in 2020 as it has throughout its long history.
Date: March 9th, 2020
Pinkham Notch, NH— During its 24-year history, Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds has grown to become one of New Hampshire’s most iconic winter sporting events. First held in 1997 as Ski to the Clouds, the race quickly became regarded as North America’s Toughest 10K—due primarily to the fact that the final 6 kilometers climbs over 2,200 vertical feet up the Mt. Washington Auto Road.
Date: March 3rd, 2020
New England Bill Koch League Festival: February 29 and March 1, 2020
NHIAA Cross-Country State Championships: March 3 and 4, 2020
Pinkham Notch, NH— This week, Great Glen Trails has been the epicenter of youth Nordic ski racing in New England. With prime snow conditions here in Pinkham Notch, groomed to perfection by the Great Glen Trails staff, kids from elementary through high school are competing in multiple categories of Nordic racing.
Date: January 14th, 2020
Pinkham Notch, NH — The annual Nordic Demo Day at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center on January 19th is an event you won’t want to miss—especially this year. Nordic skiers and snowshoers have had this on their calendar since the start of the season, since this is the best place to demo the latest ski and snowshoe equipment from industry-leading companies such as Fischer, Tubbs, Rossignol, Swix, Salomon and Atomic. Your single-day trail pass or season pass will give you access to try an amazing array of equipment, and talk to the experts behind the brands. Plus, once you find the right gear for you, head up to Great Glen Outfitters where everything is 20% off for this one-day event.
Date: November 25th, 2019
Campton, NH – November 20, 2019 Have you ever been frustrated at just how soon the needles fall of the Christmas Tree you purchased? You might want to consider cutting your own on the White Mountain National Forest. While trees on the National Forest may not be expertly pruned and shaped - you will know it’s fresh! Cutting your own Christmas tree can be an enjoyable adventure for the entire family and has become a yearly tradition for many. Bundle up, make a lunch, bring your handsaw or ax and look for that special tree. You’ll create family memories and traditions while getting out in the fresh mountain air.
Date: October 24th, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH – On Saturday November 30, 2019, the Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports Program will kick off the holiday season with the 7th annual Cold Turkey Plunge into the icy mountain waters of Corcoran Pond in the heart of Waterville Valley. The Plunge is the major fund raiser supporting WVAS activities. All donations go directly to provide snow sports opportunities for persons with cognitive and physical disabilities.
Date: September 19th, 2019
Waterville Valley, N.H. – Want to know where to find the best foliage this fall? Come to a valley in the midst of the White Mountain National Forest to enjoy fall colors that have it all, except lines, traffic and crowds. Waterville Valley has a weekend dedicated to the spectacular foliage of the White Mountains, from Saturday, October 12th to Monday, October 14th. This is a weekend celebration of family fun with all kinds of events for everyone including free outdoor concerts, tent sales, a ski swap, 5K road race, 1.6K fun run, 10-mile trail race, and other activities including kid’s games, pumpkin painting, beer sampling and more.
Date: September 10th, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH – Head to Waterville Valley for the 8th annual Rally in the Valley and 20th annual Chili Challenge & Brews on Saturday, September 28, 2019 and taste some of the best chili in New Hampshire while admiring an array of classic vehicles.
Date: August 12th, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH – Close out summer with a bang by heading to Waterville Valley, New Hampshire this Labor Day weekend. The Valley is hosting an End of Summer Bash for families on Sunday, September 1, from 12 noon to 9 p.m. The event includes free outdoor entertainment, games for all members of the family, and the annual Rubber Duck Race on Corcoran Pond. Contestants have the chance to win cash prizes if their duck is one of the three fastest, and the final duck across the finish line wins something quacky.
Date: July 22nd, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH – It’s time once again for indomitable peakbaggers to gather in Waterville Valley for the 6th annual Denali Challenge. Beginning Friday, Aug. 9 and culminating on Sunday, Aug. 11, hikers are challenged to summit five peaks in and around Waterville Valley equaling 20,000 feet in elevation – equivalent to hiking Mt. Denali, the highest peak in North America.
Date: July 15th, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH-- On Saturday, July 13 at 4:30 p.m. join NH Music Festival chamber musicians for "Fresh Fares and Musical Airs" under the tent in the gardens of The Rey Cultural Center behind the Curious George Cottage for an afternoon of fantastic fare, libations and beautiful music. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at thereycenter.org.
Date: July 15th, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH – Chocolate lovers are invited to head to Waterville Valley Resort on Saturday, July 27 for the 20th Annual Chocolate Fest event from 6-9 p.m.
Date: July 15th, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH – On Saturday, August 3, Waterville Valley’s Annual Ugotta Regatta returns to the waters of Corcoran Pond.
Date: June 5th, 2019
Waterville Valley, N.H. – The festivities are about to begin at Waterville Valley for the 4th of July celebration! All are welcome to join in the fun and participate in the old-fashioned Independence Day Hometown Parade. The kids can decorate their bikes and scooters, and cars and floats can join the line-up. Spectators gather in the Town Square to watch the parade which begins at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 4th.
Date: June 4th, 2019
RUMNEY, NH (June 4, 2019) As the New England weather warms, the town of Rumney, N.H. will become a popular destination for visitors seeking rock climbing, bouldering, hiking and exploration adventures across New Hampshire's central region. The staff of Polar Caves Park, an historic, family-friendly destination encompassing nine granite caves, climbing attractions and sweeping New Hampshire panoramas, was this year alerted to a population of mystical beings dwelling beneath the caves, brought to the surface because of dwindling ice reserves.
Date: May 31st, 2019
Waterville Valley, NH - One of Waterville Valley’s most beloved summer traditions, the Kirby Youth Fishing Derby, is celebrating 10 years on Corcoran Pond. On Saturday June 15th, the annual Fishing Derby is back and there are fun activities for all ages, from fishing to face painting and live music.
Date: May 31st, 2019
PINKHAM NOTCH, NH — Hundreds of hikers will return to the White Mountains and the mighty Presidential Range for the Mount Washington Observatory’s 19th Annual Seek the Peak (STP) hike-a-thon on July 19-20, the largest annual fundraiser for the summit weather station. The Mt. Washington Auto Road is proud to be a presenting sponsor of this event, which helps to fund the amazing meteorological studies that the organization has been conducting since 1932.
Date: May 28th, 2019
PINKHAM NOTCH, NH— Held on May 25th during Memorial Day weekend, Alton Weagle Day at the Mt. Washington Auto Road was the annual kick-off event to 2019, coinciding with the much-anticipated opening of the Auto Road for its 158th summer season. The Auto Road and Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center have a full line-up of events this summer, but Alton Weagle Day is arguably the most unique.
Date: April 9th, 2019
North Conway, NH – North Conway, at the center of Mt Washington Valley, NH, has captured the attention of the local experts at USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards once again. North Conway is presently in the running for Best Small Town for Adventure, 2019. The announcement was made on April 8th, and voting continues until May 5, 2019. Votes may be cast daily during this period. North Conway is the only New England town nominated this year for the Best Small Town for Adventure.
Date: February 26th, 2019
North Conway, NH – Come March spring may appear officially on the map, but many argue it’s the best month of ski season. Days are warmer, snow is softer and the calendar is packed every week with annual races and events in March and April. From the myriad of annual races and pond skims to the annual Chilly Chili Cookoff in April, Mt Washington Valley is the ideal destination for spring vacations.
Date: September 11th, 2018
TAMWORTH VILLAGE, NH, SEPTEMBER 11, 2018 — On Saturday, September 22, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village marks the change of seasons with its 14th Annual Harvest Festival. Beginning at 11 a.m. and continuing until 3 p.m., this signature event celebrates New England agricultural life and rural practices, crafts, trades, traditions and pastimes that have been passed down through generations.
Date: July 31st, 2018
North Conway, NH – While fall doesn’t officially arrive until later in September, after Labor Day weekend has come and gone, it feels like autumn is in the air in Mt Washington Valley, NH. We start looking forward to colorful New Hampshire fall foliage and cooler temps. September also brings several annual events and fundraisers with decades-long legacies, which when combined have raised well over a million dollars for non-profits in and around the Valley. For forty-two years, the Championships of Mud Football have ushered in fall, and for 21 years hikers have raised funds in the Jen’s Friends Climb Against Cancer. Bark in the Park has delighted dog owners for more than two decades, But the Muster in the Mountains has attracted history buffs to the Mt Washington Auto Road and the White Mountains for even longer – since the 1970s! And Back to School Sidewalk Sales and the annual Fall Festival at Settlers Green have attracted visitors to Mt Washington Valley for over a decade too.
Date: July 5th, 2018
Pinkham Notch, NH— Saturday, June 30th brought clear skies and warm weather to the summit of Mount Washington—perfect conditions for one of the Granite State’s premier ATV events. The third-annual New Hampshire ATV Day, more formally known as the Gerry Pomerleau Memorial Ride, was held on the legendary Mt. Washington Auto Road, with 1,200 ATVs making their journey to the Northeast’s highest peak at 6,288 feet.
Date: June 6th, 2018
North Conway, NH – Throughout the spring and summer months, Mt Washington Valley welcomes thousands of families with plenty of incentives to visit this scenic corner of the White Mountains. Surrounded by 770,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest, the hiking, biking, waterfall tours, nature walks, scenic drives, rivers and valley vistas attract those who love the outdoors. And with more than 150 lodging properties, 75 restaurants, dozens of family attractions and more than 200 tax-free shops, boutiques and outlets, there’s plenty of reasons to plan a vacation in the Valley. Add in a full calendar of family-oriented and adventure sports festivals, and there’s even more of a reason to plan at least one visit to the Valley in the next few months.
Date: May 11th, 2018
Pinkham Notch, NH — Just six weeks ago the Mt. Washington Auto Road was fully covered in snow, and it’s fleet of SnowCoaches were taking passengers above treeline in winter conditions. Since then, the road crew has been working full time with plows and heavy machinery to clear the Auto Road and prepare it for customers to drive themselves as soon as Mother Nature would allow. This year, She was kind to us with warm spring weather, although She threw in a few late-season snowstorms on the mountain just to keep things interesting.
Date: May 2nd, 2018
North Conway, NH – Once again, North Conway has captured the attention of the local experts at USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards. North Conway is presently in the running for Best Small Town for Adventure. Voting continues until May 14, 2018, and votes can be cast daily during that period. This is the second time in the past six months North Conway has been nominated for a 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Award. Last November, North Conway was nominated as the Best Ski Town , and ended up being voted the #1 Ski Town in North America. The Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce’s goal is to attain the same rating for the summertime adventure available not only in North Conway, but regionally in Mt Washington Valley, NH.
Date: February 22nd, 2018
Pinkham Notch, NH—The second-annual Great Glen Trails Winter Charity Day is an event which celebrates active lives, and promotes the spirit of giving. We invite you to make a donation to the charity of your choice, and then join us on Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm for a full day of fun—come ski and snowshoe on our scenic trail system, take some runs on our tubing hill, enjoy a catered lunch, and take an exciting ride on the Mt. Washington SnowCoach. Or, simply join us in our cozy lodge for board games, good food and a fun-filled day with friends, both new and old.
Date: January 24th, 2017
Half a century since the last Glen House stood on this site, the family-owned Mount Washington Summit Road Company (MWSRC) which has owned and operated the Mt. Washington Auto Road since 1906, intends to have the fifth iteration of the hotel open by May 2018.
Date: May 12th, 2016
NORTH 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...
Date: June 17th, 2015
Pinkham Notch, NH - Wildcat Mountain will open its summer season on Saturday, June 20 offering two major state attractions including the ZipRider zip-line cable ride and the Wildcat Express, the highest scenic gondola in the state. On Father's Day, Sunday, June 21, Wildcat will invite all dads to enjoy the Wildcat Express for free, with purchas...
Featuring guest speaker Christopher Ives (author and Professor of Religious Studies Stonehill College)
Zen on the Trail opens a window on hiking as a form of pilgrimage, as a spiritual practice that can deepen one’s connection to the natural world. While introducing readers to Buddhist contemplative practices on the trail and an array of pilgrimage traditions, Zen on the Trail highlights lessons that can be brought home from the woods.
Reading by author Christopher Ives
Zen on the Trail opens a window on hiking as a form of pilgrimage, as a spiritual practice that can deepen one's connection to the natural world. While introducing readers to Buddhist contemplative practices o the trail and an array of pilgrimage traditions, Zen on the Trail highlights lessons that can be brough home from the woods.
This weekend is designed for active women seeking to learn new outdoor skills and enjoy some great hiking among good company in Crawford Notch. Participants will learn essential skills, such as hiking safety, use of map & compass, Leave No Trace©, camp cooking, and basic first aid skills. Hikes will be moderately challenging.
Participants will enjoy one day focused on hiking in beautiful Crawford Notch, with skills such as hiking safety above treeline, use of map & compass, Leave No Trace©, and basic first aid skills. Participants will spend the second day learning the basics of flatwater paddling in a canoe, on scenic Moore Reservoir, on the Connecticut River.
This weekend is designed for active, fit women interested in summiting some 4000+ foot peaks in Crawford Notch in a group of women only, led by female guides. Participants may be after the 48 peaks or just interested in some moderately challenging hiking in the White Mountains with a group.
Castle in the Clouds has teamed up with the Moultonborough Recreation Department for an event not to be missed!
Bring your family and friends to celebrate the first day of winter by enjoying a nighttime stroll through the woods on the Shannon Pond Trail at Castle in the Clouds! This hike is self-guided so you can walk at your leisure and even do the trail more than once if you like. The trail will be marked with lighted mason jars but it is recommended that you bring headlamps or flashlights to help you find your way. Reservations are not required.
Prepare for the Trail
The proposed hiking trail is easy, family friendly and less than a mile. Dress appropriately for the weather. Wear warm, winter hiking boots or if there is snow on the ground feel free to bring your snowshoes if you have them, for this fun adventure! Feel free to bring a flashlight or headlamp as it will be dark on the property. This is a great way to get the family out for some good old fresh air!
Stay for Treats!
After the hike warm up by a fire pit and enjoy hot cocoa, and goodies, compliments of Castle in the Clouds and the Moultonborough Recreation Department. We are also planning on bringing a telescope to the field to get an up close and personal look at the moon and stars, feel free to bring your own if you’d like!
Seasoned hikers Lori and Mike Innes share the photos and stories behind their adventures hiking New Hampshire's 48 4000+ foot peaks during the harsh winters of the White Mountains.
Do you want to get outside, rejuvenate in nature, or unplug? Join us for a guided hike along the scenic Brook Walk Trail! Hiking is a wonderful way to tend to your overall wellness, physically, mentally and emotionally. Hike by seven waterfalls including the Falls of Song, the largest and most well-known waterfall on the property. This hike is moderate difficulty and takes about one hour round-trip. Participants should wear good walking shoes and bring water with them.
Where to meet: Please meet the hiking group at Cones in the Clouds. Parking is available in the unpaved parking spaces across from Cones in the Clouds and in our visitor parking lot.
Accomplished hikers Lori and Mike Innes share their stories and photos of their adventures hiking Vermont's long distance trail.
BETHLEHEM, N.H.-The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests will lead an exploration of the history of hiking in the White Mountains with a presentation of “White Mountain Hiking History” on Feb. 3. The free program is open to the public and is part of the annual winter Bretzfelder Park Family Educational Series. It will begin at 7 p.m. at Bretzfelder Park. Local hiking columnist and author Mike Dickerman of Littleton presents his program based on the Museum of the White Mountains exhibit that he is co-curating this year with Steve Smith of Lincoln. The exhibit celebrates the legacy of "Trail Clubs in the White Mountains", from their origins in the latter half of the 1800s to the present. Owned by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (www.forestsociety.org), Bretzfelder Park is managed in cooperation with the town of Bethlehem. The Park, bequeathed to the Forest Society in 1984 by Helen Bretzfelder in memory of her father, Charles, houses a classroom, educational trails, a pond, and several picnic sites. Two series of educational programs are held there each year, in February and August. The Bretzfelder Park Family Educational Series continues Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. with a presentation by Ben Moss, Astronomy teacher at the White Mountain School and board member of the Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation about “What is New in Astronomy”.
Think you have what it takes to summit Mt. Lafayette? Come compete in a game that combines life-size Candy Land and hiking safety. The first one to the 'summit" wins the game!
The field at the base of the Auto Road will host the after-party for the Mount Washington Observatory’s Seek the Peak hiking fundraiser.
With guest speaker Ruth Innes
Ruth shares her stories and photos of hiking and life in the White Mountains
Picture this…being in just the right spot at just the right time, camera in hand, with one of nature's most magnificent scenes laid out before you…sound like a photographer's dream, right? Well, the Mt. Washington Auto Road can now make that dream come true! During our summer season an exclusive series of Guided Photography Tours, led by renowned photographer Ernie Mills, is now being offered on the slopes and summit of the Northeast's highest Peak as well as other spectacular spots in Pinkham Notch.
Tours are 3 hours in length and are being offered every Friday. Choose from either a Sunrise, Day time or Sunset tour. Specific appointments on other days of the week are available upon request. The daytime tour typically involves optional hikes into the Alpine Garden about 3 miles round trip from the Auto Road. The Alpine Garden visit may not be suited to all guests due to the medium level of rocky hiking.Price: 12-17 yrs old $100, 18 and up $150 (not recommended for children under 12 years old) Box lunches are included from the Glen View Café for daytime and evening tours. Or after your sunrise tour enjoy breakfast in the Glen View Café.
With Guest Speakers Lori and Mike Innes: Experienced distance hikers Mike and Lori share photos and stories of their many thru hikes, including the Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail. They'll share their tips and tricks for success in backpacking, and highlight some of their favorite places.
Join an AMC Outdoor Guide on an attempt to summit New England's highest peak, Mount Washington. At 6,288' the "rock pile" should be on everyone's bucket list. Often underestimated due to its low elevation for a summit above treeline, and it's relatively short mileage. This challenging hike may be difficult for some to accomplish in one day, so we will take advantage of Lakes of the Clouds Hut and spend the night, hiking back down the next day.
Experience the beauty of the White Mountains with this unique adventure for active adults. Led by AMC's knowledgeable Outdoor Guides, you'll enjoy two days of guided hikes and an overnight at Carter Notch Hut during the start of fall foliage.
With Featured Guest Speaker AMC Archivist Becky Fullerton
Hear the voices of hikers, backpackers, and paddlers of the past, illustrated with images from the AMC's collection
With AMC Archivist Becky Fullerton
The AMC Archives hold journals, diaries and logbooks recording
the firsthand thoughts and feelings of outdoor enthusiasts
across the decades. Some date as far back as the 1890s,
documenting modes of wilderness travel, sights, sounds and
even misadventures; highlighting the ways that outdoor
explorations have and have not changed over time. Join AMC
Archivist Becky Fullerton to hear the voices of hikers,
backpackers and paddlers of the past, illustrated with images
from the AMC’s collections.
Accomplished hikers Lori and Mike Innes share their stories and photos of their adventures hiking NH's 4000 footers.
Featured guest speaker Jesse Cody
Jesse Cody will share the story behind Hike the Good Hike, which emphasizes the benefits of hiking and wilderness exploration to mental health. Cody's presentation witll give a brief intro of how and why he found his way to hiking and especially the Appalachian Trail.
Bring your family and friends to enjoy a friendly Halloween themed stroll through the woods on the Shannon Pond Trail at Castle in the Clouds!
This hike is self-guided so you can walk to your leisure and even do the trail more than once if you like. The trail will be marked with lighted jack o lanterns and be sure to look for some not-so-scary Halloween surprises along the way! It is recommended that you bring headlamps or flashlights to help you find your way. Costumes are encouraged! Please note: This is a child and family friendly event. The Halloween decorations and surprises will not be scary or gory. This will not be a “haunted” walk. Reservations are not required.
Prepare for the Trail
The proposed hiking trail is easy, family friendly and less than a mile. Wear weather-appropriate clothing and footwear underneath your Halloween costume for this fun adventure! Feel free to bring a flashlight or headlamp as it will be dark on the property. This is a great way to get the family out for some good old fresh air and Halloween fun!
Stay for Treats!
After the hike warm up by a fire pit and enjoy hot cocoa, and goodies!
Looking for an unforgettable experience? Join us for a Guided Backcountry Snowshoe Tour under the Full Moon at Alpine Adventures.
We'll start at our headquarters in Lincoln, get everyone geared up and ready to go. Then it's into the van to head out to our 300 acre playground filled with zip lines, off-road trails, and hiking & snowshoe trails. At the land we'll jump into a Pinzgauer (an Austrian made Swiss Army troop transport vehicle) to head up the mountain. These 6-wheel drive off-road machines are chained up during the winter months to get us up to the trails. Once at the drop off point the fun begins as you'll trek to the summit, along the way you'll learn unique features about our land. The tour ends at our custom built tree house where you'll enjoy a fire and a cup of hot cocoa!
Imagine, guests stepping in to the Omni Mount Washington Resort in its Golden Era heyday. Jazz Age music echoes through the halls, ladies stroll the Veranda, and rebellion of the Prohibition is in the air. We are looking forward to welcoming guests as they join us in a weekend celebrating the Jazz Age Era in true style. Taste exquisite, award-winning cuisine during themed meals, take a dance class, join us for a Jazz Picnic on the lawn, enjoy historic tours of the Grand Dame and lectures about the Grand Hotels of the Granite State, have high tea (or a more forbidden party in The Cave- once a Prohibition Era Speakeasy!). Friday evening starts with a welcome reception, with opportunities to buy or rent costumes for the weekend, get their photo taken by a vintage photographer, purchase a treat from cigarette girls wandering the Great Hall, hear the “Opening Season” clock chime, and sip favorite cocktails. Saturday brings a gourmet breakfast, before immersing guests in a selection of fun workshops and classes- from etiquette, floral arranging, and Jazz Era dancing, to monetary conference lectures, whiskey tastings, and billiards rooms, to more modern experiences like yoga, hiking, and Zumba before lunch. Step back in time to the Golden Era, and enjoy an afternoon of picnicking among sweet notes of jazz, lively performances, and more on our expansive lawn. The highlight of the day whisks guests to Jay & Daisy’s Roaring Twenties in a Great Gatsby-themed dinner complete with bubbles that would secure any flower’s affection, Oysters Rockefeller, and of course, twelve lemon cakes. Guests are encourage to show off their new talents and knowledge, at a little party that never killed nobody! The weekend wraps with breakfast and a send off fit for our Grand Hotel royalty, Princess Carolyn, with the hopes our guests will join us again next year for another magical weekend!
Allan Crabtree has been hiking the hills and mountains of NH and Maine all his life. Join Allen for his stories and photos of his adventures hiking as a senior, complete with his hiking tips and outinfs for seniors in Western Maine and the White Mountains.
Join park staff for a self-guided hike through the winter woods of Franconia Notch State Park- Flume Gorge. This is an opportunity to experience winter hiking in the White Mountains and the Flume gorge. See what the Gorge looks like in the winter and get a glimpse of the forces that formed the Flume during the ice age. Find animal tracks in the snow and listen to the wind through the silent hardwood forest. The hike will begin from the North side of the Gilman Visitor Center (closed in winter) and follows the summer route of the Flume Gorge trail. Guest will have two hike options, Option 1 – The 2-mile Flume Gorge Trail Loop. This option takes you past the Flume covered bridge to the base of the Gorge. It then traverses around the Gorge (boardwalks are removed for the winter) and brings you to a look off above Avalanche Falls at the top of the Flume Gorge. The trail then takes you west to the Pool and Sentinel Pine Covered bridge and back to the visitor’s center. Option 2 – A shorter hike option is a 1 1/2 mile, out and back hike to the base of the Flume Gorge and back. Both hike options are moderate and require traction devices for walking on snow and ice. Snow depth may warrant the use of snowshoes. Dogs are welcomed but must be leashed! Owners are responsible for carrying out any pet waste.
Address: 852 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251
Parking: Main Entrance Parking Lot
Pets Permitted: Yes
Limited, first-come, first served seating for non-hostel guests.
Creating the world's most popular thru-hiking app with Ryan "Guthook" Linn
Limited, first-come, first-served seating for non-hostel guests.
The Corey Family of Lincoln, NH shares their account of hiking the Appalachian trail.
The Mansfield Middle School “Fiddlehikers” are a talented group of student string players who perform traditional American and European country fiddle music throughout Connecticut and New England. Their program is an entertaining mix of music, commentary, and poetry centered around a repertoire of old time country tunes. These youngsters are happy to be up here in the Whites for a weekend of playing and hiking, so join them as they rosin up their bows and get your toes tapping.
This program offers a perfect introduction to hut hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. After orientation activities and a night's sleep at Highland Lodge in Crawford Notch, we'll begin our adventure with a moderate hike in Crawford Notch. During the afternoon we'll learn and hone our map reading and compass skills, and practice on our orienteering course. On day three we'll make our way to Lonesome Lake Hut, one of the most accessible huts for families and kids. Depending on arrival times at the hut we'll explore the area, including Lonesome Lake right at the hut, or possible hikes out Kinsman Pond or nearby summits.
Get a fun, beautiful evening hiking experience, with a low-key effort. We will brave the cold and darkness together and enjoy the stillness of the forest at night. With headlamps and snowshoes, we'll board the Tiger Chair to ascend, and traverse the ridge on foot! A great way to kick off your evening and an excellent wintry workout!
Meet at the Outdoor Center at 6pm.
Pricing includes snowshoe rentals and headlight
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Dress warm!
Call 603-293-4341 ext 192 for more information.
The Climb Against Cancer has become symbolic of the hurdles that cancer patients, survivors, and their families must overcome to win the battle against cancer. Many people participate by hiking or sponsoring a hiker to celebrate survivorship; others come to commemorate the lives of those who lost the battle with cancer. And still others hike to raise money for their friends and neighbors who are being helped by Jen’s Friends. The hike up and down the slopes of Cranmore Mountain is approximately three miles. Participants may choose to hike the entire or partial route. Those who hike to the top of the mountain will be entertained with live performances by local singers and dancers and wonderful views. Snacks and water are also provided. After the hike, participants are treated to lunch and more live entertainment. Awards and prizes are also given out to the teams and individuals who raised the most money. This fundraiser benefits Jen’s Friends, an organization dedicated to providing supplemental financial assistance and other resources to cancer patients and their families who are uninsured, underinsured, or financially challenged. Learn how to participate or sponsor a hiker at http://jensfriends.org/wordpress/jens-friends-climb-against-cancer/.
Listed to the National Register of Historic Places with national significance, the Castle will be open daily from 10:00am to 5:30pm for mansion tours, dining, and more. The property also offers access to more than 28 miles of hiking trails throughout the Ossipee Mountains managed by the Lakes Region Conservation Trust.
November is shopping season in North Conway. Bring A Friend is the perfect girls getaway weekend, with shopping and dining at Settlers Green, strolling through quaint North Conway Village, and staying at one of dozens of nearby accommodations, all in our beautiful mountain setting.
Shop the biggest names in fashion including Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, JCrew and Coach, dine at one of a dozen local eateries, discover local boutique shops, and get ready for plenty of festivities!
Bring A Friend Shopping Sales
November 1-11, 2019
Save on special deals, November 1-11.
19th Annual Bring A Friend Shopping Weekend
November 8-11, 2019
Huge savings at participating stores, lodging specials, dining specials and deals throughout North Conway. The "Big Day" is Saturday, November 9, which includes street entertainment, complimentary beverages, the shopping bag giveaway and free raffles.
Looking ahead ... 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Bring A Friend. Be here to celebrate Bring A Friend Shopping Weekend on November 6-9, 2020. The "Big Day" will be Saturday, November 7. Bring A Friend Sales will run November 6-15, 2020.
Friday, November 8: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday, November 9: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 10: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday-Veterans Day: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Otherwise, Fall Shopping Hours apply. Restaurant and services hours vary. Hours at Settlers Crossing may vary.
Rooms start at just $159 per night as well as larger suites that are perfect for groups. Mention "Bring A Friend" at time of reservation and get a free bottle of champagne at check-in, valid Nov 1-11! All guests also enjoy a FREE breakfast, FREE popcorn, and chocolate chip cookies each night. Call now, 603-356-9744.
Christmas Farm Inn & Spa
Bring A Friend Package: Two-night stay for two at $139 per person; Two-night stay for four at $115 per person. Book now: 603-356-5502.
Green Granite Inn
One night stay with a shopping bag that includes a $30 Dining Voucher to Valley Originals Restaurants and a Shopping Survival Kit. Starting at $87. Book Now
Residence Inn by Marriott
Bring A Friend Package: Book online and when you select your dates add on the Shopping Package.
White Mountain Hotel
Shop Til You Drop Package
Availability: November 1-December 19, 2019
Bring A Friend Photo Scavenger Hunt
November 8-11 | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Grab a Hunt List at Customer Service. Prizes for the first 200 shoppers to complete the hunt! Available November 8-11, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Customer Service.
Percy Paws, Suite B8
Friday, November 8 | 6-8 p.m.
Get 10% off all CBD products at Percy Paws
Live Radio Promo with Magic 104
November 9 | 9 a.m. -12 p.m.
We'll be live on the air with Conway Magic 104.5. Tune in or chat them up at the Gazebo.
White Mountain Cupcakery, Suite D52
Free Mini Cupcakes
November 9 | 8 a.m.
The first 50 customers at White Mountain Cupcakery receive a complimentary mini cupcake.
New Balance Factory Store, Suite F
Complimentary Donuts and Coffee
November 9 | 8-10 a.m.
Stop in to chat with the experts at New Balance Factory Store and make a purchase while enjoying complimentary coffee and donuts, while supplies last.
Percy Paws, Suite B8
November 9 | 10 a.m. -12 p.m.
Treat Bar Special $1.59 per ounce at Percy Paws
A.C.T.S. Water Station & Tiaras
November 9 | 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The most adorable dogs around! The A.C.T.S. dogs and their trainers will host a water station by donation on The Porch near Michael Kors. They will also have tiaras available by donation! Assistance Canine Training Services (A.C.T.S.) is a local non-profit. Volunteers train dogs over the course of two years to ready them for a future as a service or facility service dogs.
Photos with Santa, Suite D28
November 9 | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Photos with Santa cost $12. Proceeds go to the MWV Kiwanis Club. Santa be located inside at his Workshop at Suite D28 near JCrew and Yankee Candle.
November 9 | 12-4 p.m.
Chocolate sampling by Bavarian Chocolate Haus from 12-4 p.m. Also, free chair massages and tours of rooms, saloon and spa. Adventure Suites is located just north of North Conway Village.
Cub Scout Pack 150 Popcorn Stand
November 9 | 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Local Cub Scout Pack 150 will hosting a popcorn fundraiser near Adidas.
Arts in Motion, Live Musical Performance
Novemer 9 | 12 p.m.
Enjoy some mid-day entertainment provided by the student-actors of Arts in Motion near the Gazebo at the Courtyard.
Caricaturist Melita L.
November 9 |12-3 p.m.
Free caricaturist drawings at the tents on the Green.
Bring A Friend Costume Parade
November 9 | 1:30 p.m.
Join us at Banana Republic for a Parade of Costumes! All Friends wearing matching outfits can join, from matching headbands or scarves, to t-shirts and jackets. The first 200 participants get a free Stonewall Kitchen Blueberry Jam mini jar.
REI Co-Op Women's Hiking Basics, Free Class
November 9 | 2-3:30 p.m.
We'll give you the run-down of hiking basics--like trip planning, gear, what to bring, and where to go--so you can spend more time outdoors. Free goody bag with registration including a reusable shopping bag, chocolate, $5 Food Voucher for Black Cap Grille and signature REI North Conway Tin Cup. Free Class, RSVP Required.
Pet Portraits by Virginia Moore
November 9 | 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Located outside of Percy Paws Suite B8. Artist Virginia Moore will be painting pet portraits for the holidays. Learn More
Cub Scout Troop 150 Popcorn Stand
Sunday, November 10 | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Local Cub Scout Troop 150 will hosting a popcorn fundraiser near Kay Jewelers.
Percy Paws, Suite B8
Sunday, November 10 | 4-6 p.m.
Buy any JP Pet shampoo sets and receive a free bowtie with purchase. (must purchase sets)
Free American Flags at Customer Service
November 11 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In honor of Veterans Day, stop by Customer Service for a complimentary American flag.
National Anthem on Veterans Day
November 11 | 11 a.m.
In honor of Veterans Day, please join us for the singing of the National Anthem at the Gazebo.
Percy Paws, Suite B8
Monday, Nov 11 | 10 a.m. -6 p.m.
Free treat with any purchase of $25.00 or more (one per customer)
Featured Speaker Autor Carey Kish
Carey Kish is a veteran hiker, outdoors, and travel writer, photographer, Registered Maine Guide, and certified funmeister. Kish has completed some two-dozen long distance trails in the US, Canada, and Europe, and is the author of several Maine hiking guides including AMC's Maine Mountain Guide. His presentation highlights the best of the many outstanding mountain hikes available around Maine.
Wild Places-Art Exhibit by Anthony Celli
Artist Reception and Exhibit Opening on Saturday, January 4, 4:00-6:00 PM
Anthony Celli, an avid hiker and explorer, finds inspiration in alpine landscapes, hidden waterfalls, dense northern forests, and secluded mountain trout ponds. Hiking the 4,000 footers of New Hampshire, Anthony was motived to capture the wild energy of these places and express it
through color and contrast on canvas. Anthony’s oil paintings feature unique landforms, cosmic lighting, and varied weather spectacles and show his progression as an artist while inviting the viewer on a journey on a secluded
mountain trail. When Anthony is not hiking or painting, he can be found creating culinary masterpieces in the AMC’s Highland Center kitchen. This artwork will be on display from January 4– April 3, with an opening on Saturday, January 4.
What were the first trails in the White Mountains like? Full of convenient stone steps or barely recognizable? The region's first trails were all of this and more. Learn how hiking trail construction has evolved over the decades according to ideas about exploration, wilderness, crowd management and access. The Appalachian Mountain Club Tail Crew has been building and ;maintaining footpaths for 100 years.
Becky Fullerton has been the Archivist for the AMC since 2005. She recently moved the AMC's Archives from the club's Boston headquarters to the AMC Highland Center at Crawford Notch. In addition to being an archivist and historian, she is an oil and watercolor painter, trail runner and flatwater kayaker.
The following Businesses are members of the White Mountains Attractions Association: