White Mountains – Bethlehem

Bethlehem, New Hampshire is a small village in the Northern White Mountains. In the late 1800’s trains brought city dwellers suffering from hay fever and summer heat to Bethlehem. Visitors enjoyed an entire season in the “highest town in New Hampshire”. Today Bethlehem is a diverse cultural community of activity where residents and visitors enjoy arts, theatre, local shops, and unique eateries. 

Visitors are encouraged to take a mountain bike out to enjoy the many trails Bethlehem has to offer. Or visit the Colonial Theatre, home of the town’s arts, film, music, and culture. In the winter, snowmobile and cross-country ski on nearby trail systems.

A must for visitors to Bethlehem includes a stop at The Rocks Estate. The Rocks, as the local call it, is a historical landmark and home of the Forest Society’s North Country Education Center and sustainable Christmas tree farm. It features beautiful views and an extensive trail system. 

After a long day of exploring, relax at the local brewery, Rek-lis. This brewery is great for families and friends to gather and offers homemade brews made with passion, care, and a bit of reklisness, live music, and great conversations.