Fall Activities in Lincoln, New Hampshire

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Fall Activities in Lincoln, New Hampshire

Nothing screams fall like the leaves changing and a crisp autumn breeze. Here is New Hampshire, the leaves have started their transformation from vibrant greens to warm golden, yellow and oranges. When you stay at the Mountain Club on Loon this fall you’ll be able to experience the harvest season in all its glory.

To enjoy the autumn season, head out on a day trip throughout Loon Mountain. Whether you choose to hike, bike, hit the water, or go for a drive. You won’t want to miss the seasonal colors. Hiking and biking the natural surroundings can be quite fun. If you’re looking to experience the changing of fall colors. Head out on a kayak or canoe to see the warm reds and orange bounce off the blue hued lakes and ponds.

The scenery of New Hampshire is beautiful and also provides the perfect time for photos. Make sure you have your camera with you as you head on out your journey. Try and collect a few of your favorite leaves along the way, place them in a book or flat area of your bag to keep safe during your trip back home. It will be a nice little memento from your adventure to New Hampshire this fall. We promise that when you stay at the Mountain Club on Loon, you’ll have spectacular views of the fall foliage.



After looking at the autumn leaves, find an apple orchard or pumpkin patch. Many orchards have more than just apples and pumpkins. Windy Ridge Apple Orchard and Christmas Tree farm is a great place to go when staying with us. With a cider house, pick your own apples, and a wine shop, there is something for everyone. Enjoy fresh apples, bread, pies, cider, and fun, when you spend your day exploring fall activities around Loon Mountain.

Sweet treats and light-hearted, seasonal drinks are always a favorite during this season.

No matter how you choose to spend you fall days in Lincoln, New Hampshire. We’ll make sure you enjoy coming home to a cozy suite at the Mountain Club on Loon. Take pleasure in creating lasting memories this harvest season, with a loved one or the whole family.

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November 1, 2016  |   Share: