Mt. Washington Valley and the towns of New Hampshire’s White Mountains on either side of Mt. Washington includes Conway, North Conway, Bartlett, Jackson, Madison, Eaton, Bretton Woods, Kearsarge, Intervale, Glen, Lincoln, Franconia, Campton, and Sugar Hill, as well as beautiful Lakes Region areas, Meredith, Wolfeboro, Moultonboro and of course the Great North Woods towns of Littleton, Gorham, Milan, Colebrook and Errol…..plus many more. These maps bring you to the front door of all there is to do in this Northern New England region. There is swimming, fishing, and boating in the Androscoggin, Saco, Swift and Ellis Rivers, or in New Hampshire’s Connecticut Lakes and historic Lake Winnipesaukee. You can hike and mountain bike hundreds of miles of White Mountain trails or if you prefer, ATV or snowmobile many of them, too.

 

There’s shopping at hundreds of shops, art galleries and famous factory outlets for clothing, skiing, hiking, mountaineering, golf equipment, and NH-made gifts, crafts, and gourmet gadgetry. You’ll also enjoy great restaurants, pubs, live entertainment and lodging at more than 200 hotels and bed and breakfasts. There’s alpine skiing at Attitash, Cranmore, Black, Wildcat, Bretton Woods, and Sunday River, and cross country skiing at Jackson Ski Touring and Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring. All this is within easy driving distance from Portland, ME, Manchester, NH, Boston, MA, Montreal and Ontario, Canada.

 

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Whether man-made or natural, there is so much to do in Northern New Hampshire. Go bowling with the family at Saco Valley Sports Center….or get up close and personal with wildlife at Clark’s Trading Post, Remick Farm Museum or Squam Lakes Science Center, there’s something for everyone. Zipline at Loon Mountain or trail ride on one of their gentle horses. There’s horseback riding and sleigh rides, too in North Conway along the Saco River. The list goes one and is truly endless. Drive to the top of Mt. Washington on the Auto Road, learn how to paddle a White Mountain river at Great Glen Trails. There’s classes also at EMS, Eastern Mountain Sports. How about ice climbing in winter or rock climbing with a world renowned, IME, International Mountain Equipment instructor? Want a passive adventure, rent a bike and head out on our world-class White Mountain Forest trails. Come back in winter and you can xc ski most of them, too. Whether fly fishing in our crystal clear lakes and rivers, rafting or kayaking on them, or cooking smores in a campfire by them, we hope you visit us soon to find out why millions of visitors consider us their favorite vacation location. Be sure to also visit the quaint villages that make New England so special. Drive the scenic by-ways that include the Kancamagus Highway. Photograph the beautiful scenery that includes Cathedral Ledge, Echo Lake State Park, historic covered bridges, and hundreds of other breathtaking NH waterfalls and views.