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Post Labor Day Fun at the White Mountains Attractions

Labor Day may have marked the unofficial end to summer, but that does not put an end to the fun here in the White Mountains. Many of our attractions remain open and are excited to welcome you. Come see summer transition into fall at some of your favorite spots! Please note that advance reservations are required at most of the attractions and each has its own protocol for mask usage. To book online and to learn more information on procedures and safety measures, check out the individual attraction’s websites.

Alpine Adventures - Alpine Adventures is open Thursday-Monday and offers various zipline tours, an off-road excursion, guided treks, and the Thrillsville Aerial Challenge. Want to book a private session? No problem!

Attitash Mountain Resort - The Alpine Slide and Scenic Chairlift rides overlooking the Mount Washington Valley are open Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm.

Clarks Bears - Clark’s trained bears, the White Mountain Central Railroad, and the legendary Wolfman can “bearly” wait to see you and will be open weekends through Columbus Day.

Conway Scenic Railroad - Enjoy an old-fashioned railroading experience aboard the Conway Scenic Railroad. Depart from the Victorian-era train station in North Conway Village and choose from the Bartlett Train, the Conway Village Train, daily train through mid-October) or the Mountaineer Train which brin you through Crawford Notch (runs Tuesday-Saturday)

Cranmore Mountain Resort - Open weekends through Columbus Day, 10am-5pm, Cranmore offers something for everyone. Scenic chairlift rides, the Mountain Coaster, the Mountain Adventure Park, and new this season is the Cranmore Bike Park, offering downhill mountain biking with trails catering to families as well as those looking for more of a challenge.

The Flume Gorge -Explore this natural gorge along a 2-mile loop which brings you past waterfalls, wildflowers, and covered bridges. Learn about how the gorge was formed and when it was discovered as you walk through the woods and along the boardwalk.

Hobo Railroad -All aboard for an old-fashioned train ride along the Pemigewasset River. Enjoy fall train rides weekends through September, then daily in October through the 18th . One final weekend excursion will run October 24 & 25.

Loon Mountain Resort -Experience phenomenal views from the observation tower and enjoy some delicious food at the Summit Café when you ride to Loon’s summit on the Gondola Skyride. Take a scenic chair lift ride to access the 9- or 18-hole Disc Golf courses. Both activities are open Thursday-Monday through October 18. Looking for something a little more adventurous? Check out Loon’s Downhill Mountain Biking which is open Friday-Monday until October 18.

Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves - Open Thursday-Monday until October 18, adventure awaits as you explore and discover the beauty and mystery of the glacial caves at Lost River Gorge. This natural attraction has been amazing generations of families for over 100 years.

Mt. Washington Auto Road- Driving to the summit of Mount Washington, the Northeast’s highest peak, is a bucket list item for many. The Mount Washington Auto Road is America’s oldest man-made attraction and visitors can choose to drive themselves to the top or opt for a guided tour aboard the Auto Road Stage Coach. Open daily until October 25.

Mt Washington Cog Railway -Since 1869, the Cog Railways has been chugging to the summit of Mount Washington, giving riders a thrilling experience. As summer transitions to fall, experience the foliage in a whole new way. Train excursions will run daily trains to the summit until October 18 and will continue with off-season trains to Waumbek Station (Elevation 3900’) daily through November, then weekends through December.

*For visitors who are riding the Auto Road or the Cog Railway, advance reservation are required for those wanting to access the Sherman Adams Summit Visitor Center which is run by NH’s State Parks. Reservation information may be found here:

Polar Caves Park -Nine glacial caves, an animal park, and family-fun can be found at Polar Caves Park, weekends through October 11. Try to squeeze your way through the Orange Crush and the Lemon Squeeze and see if you can spot some remnants of last winter’s ice in the Ice Cave.

Santa’s Village- Santa and his merry elves look forward to seeing you weekends through October 11! Feed Santa’s reindeers, hit the Ho Ho H2O Water Park, and enjoy all of your favorite rides, including the newly revamped, Great Humbug Adventure.