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Easy Winter Hikes in the White Mountains

Winter walks in the woods are simply magical and there are so many amazing trails to explore in the White Mountains this time of year. While hiking in the higher elevations in the winter can be a challenge and sometimes even dangerous, there are plenty of hikes that do not require a lot of effort…

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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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Summer Hikes Under 5 Miles

Have you been hunting for some perfect half-day hikes in the White Mountains? These five summer hikes under 5 miles will get you out on the trail with plenty of time to spare for a great late lunch or a visit to a nearby attraction. Even though these trails are on the shorter side, we’d be remiss if…

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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…

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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…

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Spring Walks in the Woods

Take to the woods for a springtime walk! These 5 strolls are perfect for family ambles or a bit of exercise in between other types of adventuring. Before you hit the short-but-sweet trail, review what’s in your backpack and on your feet. Are you wearing hiking boots or trail shoes? Do you have a…

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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…

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Best Selfie Spots in the White Mountains

The best selfie spots in the White Mountains fall into three categories as far as we’re concerned: epic scenery, amazing attractions, and awe-inspiring local art. Just keep in mind that some selfie spots are only accessible during certain times of the year, meaning you’ll have to plan for next…

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Rocks That Rock the White Mountains

New Hampshire is known as the “Granite State” and it’s no surprise where that name came from. From rocky ledges and glacial boulders to great mountains flecked with granite, the White Mountains has its share of cool rocks that “rock”! There are several rock formations that are famous for their human…

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