Sugar Hill Mountain View

Search

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

Our Go-To Glamping Spots

“Get glamping!” is our mantra this summer, and particularly so if its glamping in the White Mountains of NH. Let your imagination run wild through the woods with thoughts of canvas-walled tents lit by lanterns, queen-sized beds topped with plump pillows, and outdoorsy amenities found right outside…

Read More

Nature Trips in the White Mountains

Nature is all around us here in the White Mountains and we want to share with you some easy ways that you can get outside, explore, and experience some of our beautiful trails (and maybe see an animal or two!) #1: GET NEARER TO NATURE AT SQUAM LAKES NATURAL SCIENCE CENTER Nature, but make it…

Read More

Stunning Waterfall Walks

Brooks, rivers, and mountains sure are scenic, but they usually also spell something else: waterfalls. As you might have guessed, the White Mountains are full of them! In fact, we have well over 100 plummeting, tumbling, and trickling waterfalls found within our region. What is the best waterfall in…

Read More

Eco-Tourism in the White Mountains

In the White Mountains, we like to believe that every day is a good day to act sustainably. Whether you book a stay at an eco-friendly hotel, use your own two feet to explore somewhere new, or book dinner at a restaurant where local ingredients feature at the top of the menu, we can all do our part…

Read More

Quincy Bog Natural Area-An Easy Winter Walk

Winter walks are some of our favorites! Especially on those days when the sun is shining, the sky is blue, and the temps are just so. While it be can be hard to get out and do some of the more challenging hikes in winter, we love that there are quick and easy options that require little more than…

Read More

The Stories Behind Some of Our Favorite Ski Trail Names

During the winter, there’s nothing we savor more than the feeling of fresh snow under our skis and snowboards and swiveling in a chairlift to admire the unrivaled scenery. To get this special kind of White Mountains experience, head to one of our many ski hills in our region. We would say they’re…

Read More