White Mountains Group Itineraries
Start planning your group's adventure in the White Mountains with these suggested itineraries below featuring helpful information, scenic tours and attractions throughout the region.
Suggested Group Itinerary A - White Mountains Trail
The tour begins at the White Mountains Visitors' Center in North Woodstock, NH. The tour travels along the White Mountains Tour, National Scenic Byway, through Franconia Notch, Crawford Notch, North Conway Village and the Kancamagus Highway. There are many attractions, waterfalls, covered bridges and scenic vistas along this route to enjoy.
Download itinerary A - White Mountains Trail below
Suggested Group Itinerary B - White Mountains Rail Tour
A Two Day Railroad tour in the White Mountains that visits the Mt. Washington Cog Railway in Bretton Woods, Conway Scenic Railroad in North Conway and passes through scenic Crawford Notch. The second day takes you across the Kancamagus Highway, a National Scenic Byway, to Lincoln to board the Hobo Railroad, White Mountain Central Railroad at Clark's Trading Post and dinner aboard the Cafe Lafayette.
Download itinerary B - White Mountains Rail Tour below
Suggested Group Itinerary C - White Mountains Tour The Notches and North
The tour travels across the Kancamagus Highway, a National Scenic Byway, over Bear Notch road to the village of Bartlett, through Crawford Notch and then visits the towns of Bethlehem, Littleton, Sugar Hill and Franconia Notch.
Download itinerary C - White Mountains Tour The Notches and North below
Suggested Group Itinerary D - White Mountains Scenic Tours
Whether your travels take you along the White Mountains Trail National Scenic Byway, the Northern Loop, or the Southern Loop, you’re in for a treat. Along the way, you’ll discover spectacular scenery, covered bridges, historic sites, picturesque towns and villages, and friendly people.
Download itinerary D - White Mountains Scenic Tours below
Want to visit somewhere not listed, no problem. All tours can be customized to meet your groups needs and wants. Note: Some tours involving attractions will incur additional fees.
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