Date: May 19th, 2021
The warmer weather has arrived, and we know you have already started to plan your Memorial Day Weekend visit to the White Mountains. The unofficial kick off to summer is always an exciting time as attractions, restaurants, and other businesses in the area work to welcome you back for the season. See what’s in store for you in the White Mountains this Memorial Day!
A reminder to guests planning to visit the region this year: Plan Ahead, Play it SAFE and Pack Your Patience. Advance reservations may be required, so please visit our Know Before You Go page for additional details.
Date: April 15th, 2021
Mud season is the aptly named time of year when the ski resorts have shut down winter operations and summer activities have not quite begun (and many of the trails are covered in mud!) However, the mountains are still calling and there is still plenty to do during this in-between season. Here are 12 ways to have fun (even when it’s muddy!)
Date: October 15th, 2020
Several of our White Mountains attractions and activities were mentioned in this blog post put out by TravelMag.com.
Date: February 14th, 2019
There is something almost magical about making tracks in the fresh snow of a cross country or snowshoe trail. The only sound you hear is the “swish, swish” of your feet in the snow. The White Mountains is certainly known for an abundance of wooded trails that are perfect for hiking, biking, or enjoying other winter sports. We also know of some great spots that have entire trail systems for you to enjoy and spend the day outdoors. Take a peek!
Date: April 21st, 2017
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.