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What to Do During Mud Season in the White Mountains

‘mud season’ (noun): That in-between season in the White Mountains when the snow has mostly melted but flowers and green grass are still a few weeks away. Avoid dirt roads and bring good boots during this time! Come for a visit to the White Mountains in March and April, and you’ll find quieter…

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Spring Ski Events in the White Mountains

Spring (or almost spring!) is one of the best times of the year to visit our ski resorts in the White Mountains. With plenty of soft snow and celebratory events to mark the end of another ski season, March and April are looking mighty fine for some on-slope experiences. ATTITASH MOUNTAIN RESORT…

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Celebrate Maple Month in the White Mountains

March is New Hampshire Maple Month, and we couldn’t be more excited! While every day of the year is perfect for fat stacks of pancakes and hearty pours of maple syrup, when the snow starts thawing and the sap starts flowing, life in the White Mountains is even sweeter. This year, the perfect time to…

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Let's Take a Ride Up the Cog Railway...In Winter!

On a recent bluebird day, the marketing crew at White Mountain Attractions decided to celebrate the winter season aboard the Mount Washington Cog Railway and take a trip to Waumbek Station. Yes, that’s right – it runs in the winter! With snow pants on, cameras ready, and nary a cloud in the sky, we…

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Quick Winter Hikes in the White Mountains: Kilburn Crags

When temperatures dip into the single digits, we’re all about a quick winter hike in the White Mountains. Kilburn Crags, located on the outskirts of Littleton, NH, is a great option if you are looking to get a little exercise north of the notches. This hike as it all: a gentle incline, plenty of…

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