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Scenic Foliage Drives Off the Beaten Path

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 off the beaten path. You may discover a town you’ve never heard of, or a road you’ve never driven…

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Fall Foliage in the White Mountains...101

Fall foliage season is just around the corner and we have our eyes to the trees! It only happens once a year and our award-winning colors don't last forever – be sure to plan your perfect getaway soon. Our fall itineraries are a great place to start if you're stumped for ideas. We'd also recommend…

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Fall Foliage Hikes in the White Mountains

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. September and October are the perfect months to hike in the White Mountains as the air is cooler, there isn’t as much foot traffic as in the summer, and the…

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9 Must Visit State Parks in the White Mountains

Beaver Brook Falls Wayside-Colebrook Head up to the northern section of the White Mountains to Colebrook, where you will come to Beaver Brook Falls. This 80’ waterfall is within the 7.3-acre state park which also features picnic tables, a picnic shelter, and restroom facilities. Cathedral…

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Our 12 Favorite Picnic Spots in the White Mountains

Packing a picnic lunch for a day out adventuring in the White Mountains is a must, and sometimes, planning your day’s adventure based on the top picnic spots is essential too. Here are 12 of our favorite places to picnic in the White Mountains. By a Waterfall Rainbow Falls, Plymouth As part of the…

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Roads Less Traveled

Foliage and driving go together like a hand in a driving glove and with the fall colors coming on, our roads are going to rock with leaf peepers. There is no shortage of drives to choose from, from the White Mountains Trail, looping through small towns and scenic notches to the incomparable…

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Water Fun in the White Mountains

We may be in the White Mountains, but we are surrounded by pristine mountain lakes, lazy rivers, and beautiful, scenic ponds. Hot summer days are perfect for paddling, tubing, or simply lounging in those cool waters. Here are some of our favorite places to cool off, relax and enjoy the natural…

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Ways to Summit a Mountain Without Hiking

8 Ways to Summit a Mountain (That Doesn’t Involve Hiking) We are proud of the fact that the White Mountains is known for its incredible mountain views and people come from all over the world to bask in the beauty that we are so fortunate to be surrounded by. There are 48 4,000 footers as well as…

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