New Hampshire Mountain Attractions
No matter what season you visit The Mountain Club on Loon, you will find plenty to do and see in the beautiful Lincoln-Woodstock and White Mountains area. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding and tubing just outside your door on the diverse terrain of Loon Mountain, the largest ski resort in New Hampshire. Go kayaking or hiking – or experience a thrilling Tree Top Zip-Line Adventure (available year-round). Take a mountain bike tour through the beautiful Franconia Notch. Enjoy a show at the charming Papermill Theatre or a day of shopping in North Conway, famous for its hundreds of outlet stores.
We can recommend and, in many cases, arrange activities for you and your family as well as larger groups.
October 13-14, 2012 Lincoln, NH
Our weekend of photography in New Hampshires White Mountains
Begin your search here for the most comprehensive and up-to-date listing on what’s happening in the Lincoln-Woodstock and White Mountains area.
Whatever road you choose to take in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, you’ll find easy traveling, fabulous scenery, the Northeast’s finest family attractions, a wealth of sports and vacation recreation and tax-free shopping.
New Hampshire’s premier outdoor adventure company features the year-round Zip-line Tree Top Canopy Tour, off-road summer and winter safaris, guided snowmobile tours and much more.
Clark’s Trading Post
Home of Clark’s trained bears! Take an excursion on The White Mountain Central Railroad through our authentic covered bridge and into Wolfman’s territory. Browse museums filled with Americana and visit our many unique shops. Don’t forget our featured attraction The Bear Show—a truly original experience.
This spectacular walk through a natural chasm takes you from the Flume Visitor Center on wide gravel paths and wooden walkways through covered bridges, past waterfalls and on to the 800-foot long gorge with its sheer 90-foot walls. Enjoy awe-inspiring scenic pools, glacial boulders and mountain views. As a bonus, enjoy a free 15-minute introductory movie on Franconia Notch State Park at the Visitor Center. Open mid-May until end of October (weather permitting). Rt. 3, Lincoln.
Franconia Notch State Park
Home of the “Old Man of the Mountains,” this natural stone profile is set 1,200 feet above Profile Lake on a sheer cliff. The park also contains Echo Lake, The Basin (a deep glacial pothole), Cannon Aerial Tramway, Lafayette Campground, Flume Gorge and more. Open year-round. Rt. 3, Lincoln.
Franconia Soaring Center
Experience the purest form of flight as you soar above the White Mountains in the area’s only sailplanes on a flight of spectacular peace and beauty. The location affords the most dynamic soaring conditions in the Northeast. All pilots are federally licensed and reservations are suggested. Open June through October. Rt. 3, Lincoln. 603.745.8391.
Hobo Hills Adventure Golf
New England’s largest adventure golf experience – and the most beautifully landscaped – is just minutes away. Here you’ll discover three acres of fun with mountain views, uniquely designed playing greens, challenging putts through caves, cascading waterfalls and hundreds of flowering gardens and shrubs. Open daily from May to October. Exit 32 off I-93, Rt. 112 (across from McDonald’s). 603.745.2125.
All aboard for a scenic 15-mile excursion along the beautiful Pemi River Valley. The conductor provides colorful, historic narration and points out sights of interest along the way. A treat for the whole family with optional meals available. Reservations suggested. Rt. 112, Lincoln.
Your source for all the great activities that Loon Mountain has to offer, from skiing, ice skating and tubing in winter to mountain biking, horseback riding, festivals and gondola rides in summer, plus climbing walls year-round. New Hampshire’s longest, 7,000-foot scenic Gondola Skyride whisks you to the summit for expansive mountain views, glacial caves, nature programs, The “Mountain Man” Summit playground, unique artisan crafts and more.
Lost River Gorge and Bolder Caves
Tour Lost River Gorge on boardwalks, following the river as it appears and disappears among the chaotic jumble of glacially scattered boulders. Clamber about the Hall of Ships, stand under Guillotine Rock and squeeze through the Lemon Squeezer (all caves can be bypassed). Enjoy a nature garden, geological displays, picnic area and free parking. Open May 11 through October 20 (weather permitting)
Enjoy captivating Broadway musicals as well as inventive children’s theatre at this regional theatre known for its high level of artistic performances, sets and costumes.
White Mountain Motorsports Park
See exciting stock car racing every Saturday night at 6:00 pm on the quarter-mile asphalt track. Action-packed divisions include Late Models, Super Streets, Strictly Stock and Mini-Stocks.
Rt. 3, N. Woodstock. 603.745.6727.
Windy Ridge Orchard
Come tour this charming apple orchard and Christmas tree farm. Contact Sheila or Richard Fabrizio, Rt. 166, N. Haverhill. 603.787.6377.
Whale’s Tale Water Park
Get set to get wet! Enjoy the Wave Pool’s oceans-size breakers or unwind on the Lazy River. Fast-paced action awaits on the Moby Dip Speed Slide, Whale Winder Slides or new 360-foot Tube Slide. Younger children will love the special Whale Harbor activity pool. Rates include tube rental. Rt. 3, Lincoln.