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  1. Franconia Notch State Park

    Franconia Notch State Park, located in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest, spans an eight-mile portion of Interstate 93 with the Flume Go...

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  2. Group Attraction Rates

    White Mountains Group Attraction Rates Alpine Advenures Min Group #: 11 Adult Group Rate: 10% to 40% depending on size and season Tour...

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  3. White Mountains Top 5 "Out of the Ordinary" Spring Activities

    Spring time in the White Mountains can be unpredictable, but there is plenty of fun that can be had. Some activities are actually favorable in the Spr...

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  4. Covered Bridges of the White Mountains

    Covered bridges in the White Mountains are an integral part of the landscape and a place to wait out a summer shower or steal a kiss or watch raging river waters swollen by the melting winter snows.

    Website: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=znUdFVNTvtf8.kLiuUuODmgiU

  5. Flume Gorge

    Lincoln
    Flume Gorge

    Enjoy a 2-mile self-guided nature walk through the Flume Gorge, a spectacular natural chasm—you will discover covered bridges, amazing waterfalls, a scenic pool, and incredible mountain views. Kids can crawl through and explore caves along the way. The Visitor’s Center offers a free 20-minute mo...

    Address: Route 3, Off I-93 Exit 34A, Lincoln, NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-8391
    Website: https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/park-sites/flume-gorge

  6. Lincoln Woods/Wilderness Trail

    Lincoln

    Location: Kancamagus Highway Distance: 3.2-6.4 miles Time: 1.5-3 hours Difficulty: Easy Directions: Four miles east of Lincoln on the Kancamagus Highway. The trail follows an abandoned railroad grade. It starts at the Pemigewasset River suspension foot bridge. The trail system includes the Lincoln W...

  7. Mount Pemigewasset Trail

    Franconia

    Location: North Lincoln, Franconia Notch Distance: 2.8 miles Elevation: 2557' Time: 1.5-2 hours Difficulty: Moderate Directions: Start at the Flume parking lot (Exit 34A off I-93) left side. Follow bike path until you find the sign for the Mount Pemi Trail on the left. Follow the blue blazed tra...

    Address: Mt Pemigewasset Trail, Franconia, NH 03580

  8. State Parks in the White Mountains

    In the White Mountains the NH State Parks range from 6,440-acre Franconia Notch State Park to the highest State Park in the East, Mount Washington State Park. These parks' diversity means that visitors and residents alike can enjoy endless recreational opportunities, from hiking to swimming, mou...

  9. The White Mountains Trail

    The White Mountains have long been known for natural splendor, cultural richness, historical charm and stimulating recreation-as well as some of the most beautiful scenery in the eastern United States. The White Mountains Trail, designated a National Scenic Byway, encompasses all these aspects over ...

  10. Scenic Foliage Routes Off the Beaten Path

    Date: September 15th, 2020

    Scenic Foliage Routes 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 that is off the beaten path. You may discover a town you’ve never heard of, or a road you’ve never driven. Grab a map, and your camera, and check out these 5 scenic routes on your hunt for fall foliage.

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  11. Post Labor Day Fun at the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: September 9th, 2020

    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.

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  12. What's Open in the White Mountains

    Date: May 21st, 2020

    What's Open in the White Mountains

    As the White Mountains works to reopen we will continue to update this list so that you and your family will know what attractions, activities, retail, and restaurants are open in the region. Please note that each business is working together to follow proper safety procedures and protcols and we ask that as you travel to the White Mountains that you will do the same to not only protect yourself, but the people who live and work in the White Mountains.

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  13. Alternative Hikes Around the White Mountains

    Date: May 20th, 2020

    Alternative Hikes Around the White Mountains

    There are thousands of trails in the White Mountain National Forest, yet there are a handful in each section of the White Mountains that tend to get a lot of foot traffic. As we navigate the tricky waters of social distancing, it is important to continue to give people space on the trails and if you see that a trailhead parking lot is full or close to being full, it is a great idea to have a Plan B or C to fall back on.

    We have compiled a list of some of the more popular hikes that you may have seen or read about along with a few alternatives you may want to try instead. While this is certainly not a complete list, it is a nice overview to get you started.

    Need some more resources? The White Mountain National Forest's website is a great place to start and you can also give them a call at 603-536-6100. https://www.fs.usda.gov/whitemountain

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  14. 6 Unique Ways to See Fall Foliage in the White Mountains

    Date: September 26th, 2019

    6 Unique Ways to See Fall Foliage in the White Mountains

    Ah, fall in the White Mountains. The brilliant changing of the leaves brings people from all over the world to our region. One of the best ways to view the foliage is by taking a scenic drive along some of the back roads and byways of the White Mountains. But, if you’re looking for a unique way to leaf peep, check out these 6 unique ways to immerse yourself in the foliage this season.

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  15. Late Summer in the White Mountains-Attractions Open Midweek

    Date: September 5th, 2019

    Late Summer in the White Mountains-Attractions Open Midweek

    Summer sticks around until September 23, but we know that the allure of fall-inspired coffee flavors has some of you feeling that fall is already here. That doesn’t mean the fun has to end! This seasonal transitional period is a great time to come and explore the White Mountains without the crowds. Grab your pumpkin spice latte and check out the attracitons that are still open mid-week through October.

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  16. Summer Fun Doesn't End in the White Mountains

    Date: August 15th, 2019

    Summer Fun Doesn't End in the White Mountains

    Our family has had a pretty incredible summer in the White Mountains. We’ve gone hiking and camping, found some swimming holes to cool off in, and spent time with family and friends. There is still so much we want to do and luckily summer is not over! We still have two weeks to explore the White Mountains, and many of the 17 Attractions will be open weekends through Columbus Day, or beyond! Check out what is still on our bucket list this summer and consider adding them to yours!

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  17. 7 White Mountains New Year's Resolutions You'll Want to Keep

    Date: January 4th, 2019

    7 White Mountains New Year's Resolutions You'll Want to Keep

    Happy New Year from the White Mountains! By now you have probably made your New Year’s resolutions…some of you may have already broken them. There is always room for self-improvement and we propose that you add one, two, or all of these resolutions to your list for 2019. If nothing else, just resolve to come to the White Mountains this year, get outside, and explore.

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  18. Franconia and Lincoln, NH

    Date: October 23rd, 2018

    Franconia and Lincoln, NH

    Who knew so much adventure could be had doing so little physical activity? I made a plan for our trip, but most of the things we did were just discovered. By taliking to locals and wandering the state park we ran into a lot of cool things. This itenarary was experieced by myself (15) and my mom, so it is doable by anyone. To all the people that trys this trip remember to look up and slow down. Enjoy!

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  19. Attractions Still Open

    Date: October 12th, 2018

    Attractions Still Open

    Columbus Day Weekend is behind us, but fall is still here, and there is plenty of leaf-peeping to do in the White Mountains. With the foliage still surrounding us, many of our iconic attractions are open for fall adventures. Whether you are coming here for the weekend or planning a trip during the week, there is still lots of fun to be had in the beautiful White Mountains.

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  20. White Mountains Attractions Still Open Daily

    Date: September 5th, 2018

    White Mountains Attractions Still Open Daily

    You may be in a funk with summer winding down but snap out of it! Not only are all 17 major attractions still open weekends through at least Columbus Day, most of them are still open daily until October (or November…woo hoo!) So if you find yourself with a random day off during the week, or feeling a “fever” or “sore throat” coming on, hop in the car, avoid the crowds, and enjoy the remainder of summer fun to be had in the White Mountains.

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  21. White Mountains Summer Bucket List

    Date: July 27th, 2018

    White Mountains Summer Bucket List

    There is still a lot of summer left and we know that you have a bucket list of fun and adventure you still need to complete. A trip to the White Mountains is sure to be on your list, and we have some great suggestions that you do not want to miss. Get your pen out and start marking some checks in those boxes!

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  22. Late-Fall Activities For Adventurous Spirits

    Date: November 2nd, 2017

    Late-Fall Activities For Adventurous Spirits

    There’s still plenty of time left this fall for you to get out and have some fun. For those looking to take a walk on the adventurous side, here’s our list of 5 places you need to check out for a late-fall getaway to the White Mountains.

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  23. Rock Features of the White Mountains

    Date: October 12th, 2017

    Rock Features of the White Mountains

    It’s amazing the images we see in ordinary things, such as clouds, or mountains. Our eyes can trick our minds into thinking we see something that might not actually be there. The White Mountains are known for their granite rock faces and stone features, some that are quite famous, and some you may have never heard of. While there are more of them than we can begin to mention, here is a list of 5 impressive rock features you’ll want to check out. Which one is your favorite?

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  24. What Attractions Are Still Open?

    Date: October 10th, 2017

    What Attractions Are Still Open?

    With the long weekend behind us, you might think the White Mountains region is closed for business and waiting for the snow to fly. While we are looking forward to ski season, we are still experiencing a beautiful fall with great weather and incredible foliage. Several of our iconic attractions are still open and can't wait to see you!

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  25. Exploring the White Mountains Before Foliage Season

    Date: September 5th, 2017

    Exploring the White Mountains Before Foliage Season

    The kids are back at school and the night time temperatures are starting to cool down, but summer is not over yet! Fall is just around the corner, and now is the PERFECT time to get away to the White Mountains. Many of our attractions and businesses are open midweek, and the usual crowds have come and gone. Soak up every last bit of summer right here in the White Mountains.

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  26. Nature Activities in the White Mountains

    Date: July 31st, 2017

    Nature Activities in the White Mountains

    The White Mountains are known for its mountain views, glacial rock caves, and amazing wildlife. Here are some great ways to explore the natural beauty of the White Mountains and learning something too!

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  27. 10 Tallest Waterfalls in the White Mountains

    Date: June 14th, 2017

    10 Tallest Waterfalls in the White Mountains

    The White Mountains are known for their breathtaking views as well as their stunning waterfalls. There are hundreds of waterfalls in the White Mountains; some are right off the road, and others require a short hike. In the summer, (especialy after a good rain storm), these awe-inspiring beauties show off their full potential. To get the most bang for your viewing buck, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 tallest waterfalls in the White Mountains that you just have to see to believe. Which ones are your favorite?

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  28. 6 Things to do in the White Mountains before Spring is fully sprung

    Date: April 21st, 2017

    6 Things to do in the White Mountains before Spring is fully sprung

    Spring is one of New Hampshire’s most vibrant seasons. As the White Mountains shed their white layer of snow, to reveal… brilliant white granite, the region’s wooded mountainsides and farmlands get greener by the minute.

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  29. 10 Incredible Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

    Date: October 6th, 2016

    10 Incredible Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

    Autumn in the White Mountains is a festive explosion of colors that burst across our mountain landscapes and here are 10 ways to experience the White Mountains in the fall.

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  30. 7TH Annual Cold Turkey Plunge & Visit by Santa

    Date: October 24th, 2019

    Waterville Valley, NH – On Saturday November 30, 2019, the Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports Program will kick off the holiday season with the 7th annual Cold Turkey Plunge into the icy mountain waters of Corcoran Pond in the heart of Waterville Valley. The Plunge is the major fund raiser supporting WVAS activities. All donations go directly to provide snow sports opportunities for persons with cognitive and physical disabilities.

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  31. Fall Foliage Celebration at Waterville Valley

    Date: September 19th, 2019

    Waterville Valley, N.H. – Want to know where to find the best foliage this fall? Come to a valley in the midst of the White Mountain National Forest to enjoy fall colors that have it all, except lines, traffic and crowds. Waterville Valley has a weekend dedicated to the spectacular foliage of the White Mountains, from Saturday, October 12th to Monday, October 14th. This is a weekend celebration of family fun with all kinds of events for everyone including free outdoor concerts, tent sales, a ski swap, 5K road race, 1.6K fun run, 10-mile trail race, and other activities including kid’s games, pumpkin painting, beer sampling and more.

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  32. A Bustling Summer in the White Mountains Forecasts a Vibrant and Robust Fall Foliage Season

    Date: September 6th, 2019

    NORTH WOODSTOCK, NH - Scores of vacationers wanting to squeeze out the last bit of their summer headed to the White Mountains during a busy and enjoyable Labor Day weekend.

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  33. Waterville Valley offers unique challenge: Climb five 4,000- foot peaks in a single weekend

    Date: July 22nd, 2019

    Waterville Valley, NH – It’s time once again for indomitable peakbaggers to gather in Waterville Valley for the 6th annual Denali Challenge. Beginning Friday, Aug. 9 and culminating on Sunday, Aug. 11, hikers are challenged to summit five peaks in and around Waterville Valley equaling 20,000 feet in elevation – equivalent to hiking Mt. Denali, the highest peak in North America.

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  34. Open for the Season: White Mountains Attractions Welcome Start of Summer

    Date: May 18th, 2017

    New rides, new thrills for visitors to New Hampshire’s White Mountains. With Memorial Day weekend upon us, attractions in New Hampshire’s White Mountains are set to open for the season.

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  35. There's Nothing Like the Start of a New Season: Opening Days for the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: May 12th, 2016

    There's Nothing Like the Start of a New Season: Opening Days for the White Mountains AttractionsNORTH WOODSTOCK, NH - From the top of Mount Washington to the underground worlds of Polar Caves Park and Lost River Gorge, many of New Hampshire's White Mountains Attractions are set to open their doors for the summer.This popular New England region has been a vacation destination for generations of visitors, where trips to Story Land, Clark...

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  36. A New Season and New Adventures at the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: May 5th, 2015

    White Mountains, NH - Summer is right around the corner, and the 17 big attractions in New Hampshire's White Mountains are preparing for the tourist season."People are already making their summer travel plans," said Jayne O'Connor, President of the White Mountains Attractions Association. "And we've been busy already on spring weekends....

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  37. International Leaf-peepers now have Foreign Language Maps of the White Mountains

    Date: October 2nd, 2014

    International Leaf-peepers now have Foreign Language Maps of the White MountainsNorth Woodstock, New Hampshire - It has just become easier for international travelers to find their way around the popular loop road in the White Mountains known as the White Mountains Trail. This National Scenic Byway, which includes the famous Kancamagus Highway, Franconia Notch, Crawford Notch and the Mount Washington Valley, now has a map...

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  38. Time Travel-Littleton, NH: An Economic Anomaly

    Do you know what Apthorp was called in the 1860s?
    Did you know that Sears & Roebuck had a shoe factory in Littleton?
    Did you know that the Saranac Glove Company had a chain hanging in front of their door and its function?
    Are you familiar with Littleton's Gilded Age?
    Did you know that there was a flume along the Amonoosuc River?
    If you don't know the answers to these questions, join us to learn more!

  39. First Day Hike-Flume Gorge

    Join park staff for a self-guided hike through the winter woods of Franconia Notch State Park- Flume Gorge. This is an opportunity to experience winter hiking in the White Mountains and the Flume gorge. See what the Gorge looks like in the winter and get a glimpse of the forces that formed the Flume during the ice age. Find animal tracks in the snow and listen to the wind through the silent hardwood forest. The hike will begin from the North side of the Gilman Visitor Center (closed in winter) and follows the summer route of the Flume Gorge trail. Guest will have two hike options, Option 1 – The 2-mile Flume Gorge Trail Loop. This option takes you past the Flume covered bridge to the base of the Gorge. It then traverses around the Gorge (boardwalks are removed for the winter) and brings you to a look off above Avalanche Falls at the top of the Flume Gorge. The trail then takes you west to the Pool and Sentinel Pine Covered bridge and back to the visitor’s center. Option 2 – A shorter hike option is a 1 1/2 mile, out and back hike to the base of the Flume Gorge and back. Both hike options are moderate and require traction devices for walking on snow and ice. Snow depth may warrant the use of snowshoes. Dogs are welcomed but must be leashed! Owners are responsible for carrying out any pet waste.

    Address: 852 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251
    Parking: Main Entrance Parking Lot
    Pets Permitted: Yes

  40. Business Services in the White Mountains

    The following Businesses are members of the White Mountains Attractions Association:


  41. Business Services in the White Mountains

    The following Businesses are members of the White Mountains Attractions Association:


  42. Business Services in the White Mountains

    The following Businesses are members of the White Mountains Attractions Association: