5 Slopes with Sensational Views

The White Mountains are known for stellar scenery, killer views, and of course, awesome skiing and riding. We know you’ve gotten off the chairlift, whipped out that phone and taken some incredible photos of the mountain views ahead of you. Looking to find the best shots to share on Instagram? When you’re hitting the slopes, be sure to check out these five trails that boast sensational views.

Attitash Mountain Resort -Humphrey’s Ledge

Before flying down the trail, take a moment to soak in the incredible views of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range. The expanse of mountains appears to go on forever and you will feel like you are on top of the world staring down into this scenic valley.

Cannon Mountain -Vista Way

Vista Way at Cannon Mountain offers spanning views of Mount Lafayette and the entire Franconia Ridge. Take the Peabody Express Quad Chairlift, then enjoy the quick ride down either of the Links to the Cannonball Quad Chairlift. From there, you’re heading to the 4,080 foot summit where you will be greeted with incredible scenery.

Cranmore Mountain Resort - Ski Meister

This narrow trail opens up to an incredible view of the mighty Mount Washington. It is considered an intermediate trail, so almost anyone can peep the peak. We don’t discriminate. Ski Meister’s a snowboarder’s delight with epic curves and total shred-ability.

Loon Mountain Resort - Upper Walking Boss

Take a beautiful ride up the Seven Brothers chair or take the Gondola, and ski over to the North Peak Express Quad. Then, enjoy the quick ride to get to the North Peak where you can begin your journey down Upper Walking Boss. Take a moment to stop and look out at the panoramic view that surrounds you. On a clear day, you can see the summit of Mount Washington.

Wildcat Mountain -Upper Polecat

As you approach the summit of Wildcat, you will be awestruck by the grand view of Mount Washington staring you in the face. Stop at the summit to get a photo with the Wildcat Summit sign, then ski or ride down Upper Polecat to keep those views coming.