Live Cams in the White Mountains

Get a LIVE look at some of the most stunning and picturesque locations in the White Mountains. See Mount Washington from top to bottom from many different vantage points. Take in some mountain views without leaving the comfort of your home or hotel. (But really, we do encourage you to come see these views for yourself!) Get the real scoop on real time weather conditions or what the trails look like from some of your favorite ski resorts. Maybe you’ll see a wild animal, or two!



The village of Bartlett is a quaint village that is located about 15 minutes from North Conway. This web cam, provided by Attitash Mountain Village, has a peak at what's going on over at Attitash Mountain Resort. Sometimes you can see bears walking down the ski slopes in search of blueberries!

Attitash Mountain Resort 


Bretton Woods

The little hamlet of Bretton Woods is home to Bretton Woods Ski Resort, New Hampshire’s Largest Ski Area, as well the Omni Mount Washington Resort, one of the White Mountains last remaining Grand Hotels.  All of this sits in the shadow of the Northeast’s highest peak, Mount Washington, and the world’s first mountain-climbing railroad, the Mount Washington Cog Railway is just down the road.

Bretton Woods Resort

Marshfield Station at the Cog Railway 

From Bretton Woods Vacations



Franconia is a little town nestled in the Northern region of the White Mountains. Home to Franconia Notch State Park, take a trip up Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway to witness the beautiful surrounding mountains, view where the Old Man of the Mountain used to stand tall, and visit the Flume Gorge with its rocky walls and 800 foot gorge. Franconia offers an abundance of recreational opportunities too such as hiking, biking, canoeing, or relaxing on the sandy beach at Echo Lake.  Enjoy the rich history of The Frost Place, former home of poet Robert Frost and the New England Ski Museum, which provides great learning experiences for all ages.

Cannon Mountain



This little mountain town is rich with history and beauty and is a great place to spend a day.  Enjoy views of the mighty Ammonoosuc River from the Riverwalk Covered Bridge or walk down Littleton’s Main Street and peruse local and unique shops such as Little Village Toy & Book Shop or Chutters.  Take part in a riverside beer tasting at Schilling Beer Co. and seek out the many murals that adorn the outside walls of some of Littleton’s businesses. You may even catch a glimpse of Mount Washington here and there.

Bob Copeland's North of the Notch Studio


Mount Washington

Reaching a height of 6,288’, this impressive mountain beauty is the highest peak in the Northeast and due to its height can be seen from many different towns throughout the White Mountains region. The summit can be accessed either via the Mount Washington Auto Road, the Mount Washington Cog Railway, or by foot, up one of the many hiking trails.  At the summit, you can visit the NH State Parks run Sherman Adams Visitor Center for a cup of coffee, a trip to the restroom, or to visit their museum.  

Mount Washington Observatory Observation Deck

Mount Washington Observatory Tower Camera

View of Mt. Washington from Wildcat Mountain

View from Bretton Woods


North Conway

North Conway is a mecca for those heading to the White Mountains Mount Washington Valley. This is a great place to check out for shopping, dining, and 4-season outdoor recreation. North Conway Village has a walkable Main Street with many small and local shops along with some unique dining options. Plan on taking a ride on the Conway Scenic Railroad or visiting the New England Ski Museum. Nearby Cranmore Mountain Resort offers skiing, riding, and tubing in the winter and lift-serviced downhill mountain biking in the summer and fall.  The Saco River is a fun place to tube, kayak, and fish, and there are many hiking trails in the region.

Camnet (view of Mount Washington)

Cranmore Mountain Resort

North Conway Village


Pinkham Notch 

This stunning mountain pass was discovered in the late 1700’s and since then has become a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Waterfalls, campgrounds, and a multitude of hiking trails within the Presidential, Wildcat, and Carter-Moriah ranges, make this a playground for those looking for adventure. Be sure to stop in at the Appalachian Mountain Clubs Visitor Center (Joe Dodge Lodge) for suggestions on area hikes and hidden gems, and if you love skiing and riding, Wildcat Mountain may be the right mountain for you. 

Wildcat Mountain Base Cam


Sugar Hill

This Northern White Mountains village may be small, but it is big on views!  Soak in the views of Mount Lafayette and Cannon Mountain while enjoying a cup of coffee from Polly’s Pancake Parlor or the Sunset Hill House.  In June, visitors come from far and wide to photograph the fields of purple and pink lupine flowers.  Don’t forget to head to Harman’s Cheese & Country Store to bring home a delicious piece of the White Mountains.

Polly's Pancake Parlor View of Lafayette and Cannon Mountain 


Waterville Valley

Nestled in the central White Mountains, Waterville Valley is an outdoor enthusiast’s playground. From Skiing and riding in the winter, to mountain biking, hiking, and pedal boating in the summer, there is something for everyone to do, no matter the season.  There are lots of fun, family-friendly events throughout the year and shops and restaurants for a variety of tastes.

Waterville Valley Resort