Sunday, July 23rd, 2017
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  1. Webcams in the White Mountains

    BartlettAttitash Mountain Resort - http://www.attitash.com/live-web-cams.html Bretton WoodsBretton Woods - http://brettonwoods.com/activities/photos_...

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  2. White Mountains Videos

    White Mountains Videos Enjoy a Vacation in the White Mountains Get outside. See wildlife and amazing views on the Mount Washington Cog Rai...

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  3. Covered Bridges of the White Mountains

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    Covered bridges in the White Mountains are an integral part of the landscape and a place to wait out a summer shower or steal a kiss or watch raging river waters swollen by the melting winter snows.

    Website: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=znUdFVNTvtf8.kLiuUuODmgiU

  4. White Mountains Southern Driving Loop

    There are a number of ways to make a loop through the southern White Mountains and the Lakes Region; here are a couple possibilities.

  5. Memorial Day Weekend in the White Mountains

    Date: May 25th, 2017

    Memorial Day Weekend in the White Mountains

    Celebrate the unofficial start of summer during Memorial Day weekend in the White Mountains. It is an exciting time in the White Mountains with the opening of a number of warm-weather attractions, activities and events.

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  6. 6 Things to do in the White Mountains before Spring is fully sprung

    Date: April 21st, 2017

    6 Things to do in the White Mountains before Spring is fully sprung

    Spring is one of New Hampshire’s most vibrant seasons. As the White Mountains shed their white layer of snow, to reveal… brilliant white granite, the region’s wooded mountainsides and farmlands get greener by the minute.

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  7. Maple Sugaring in the White Mountains: Your Weekend Itinerary

    Date: March 18th, 2017

    Maple Sugaring in the White Mountains: Your Weekend ItineraryRumor has it there is a major outbreak of “Cabin Fever” spreading rapidly throughout the Northeast and sources report the production of an organic cure for this condition is underway in New Hampshire. It is Maple Sugaring season and when you take a drive to the White Mountains and visit our team of Maple Syrup Producers, they are sure ...

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  8. 10 Can't Miss Winter Adventures

    Date: January 27th, 2017

    10 Can't Miss Winter Adventures

    A classic New Hampshire winter in the White Mountains offers a sparkling world full of snowy adventure! Be sure to check out these Top 10 can't miss winter adventures.

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  9. From Santa to Skiing and Shopping too, Mt Washington Valley's Holiday Events Calendar is Packed

    Date: November 9th, 2016

    As the holidays approach, the calendar in Mt Washington Valley, NH fills with everything from shopping events to Santa sightings, skiing and the chance to ring in the new year in the White Mountains. It’s a packed holiday calendar with so many reasons to visit Mt Washington Valley you’ll need to plan more than one getaway. Visit one weekend for tax-free shopping and the next weekend for skiing and holiday events. It’s all here in Mt Washington Valley.

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  10. 10 Incredible Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

    Date: October 6th, 2016

    10 Incredible Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

    Autumn in the White Mountains is a festive explosion of colors that burst across our mountain landscapes and here are 10 ways to experience the White Mountains in the fall.

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  11. Labor Day Weekend in the White Mountains

    Date: August 26th, 2016

    Lancaster FairTo many, Labor Day weekend is the harbinger of fall, even though there is more than two weeks of summer
    left on the calendar. You can make the most of those two weeks spending some, or all, of that time
    in the White Mountains.

    What can you do over the last long weekend of the summer season? Many of the same activities you enjoy
    here in the summer. The summer schedule for our attractions will be in
    effect through Labor Day.

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  12. Cannon Mountain to Offer Scenic Tram Rides For Christmas Vacation Week

    Date: December 26th, 2015

    Cannon Mountain Ski Area will offer daily scenic rides to the mountain's summit on its historic tram for non-skiers between December 26, 2015 - January 4, 2016. “This is already something we offer when the tram is running for skiers,” said John DeVivo, Cannon General Manager. “We decided in advance to run the Tram for scenic rides whether...

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  13. A New Season and New Adventures at the White Mountains Attractions

    Date: May 5th, 2015

    White Mountains, NH - Summer is right around the corner, and the 17 big attractions in New Hampshire's White Mountains are preparing for the tourist season."People are already making their summer travel plans," said Jayne O'Connor, President of the White Mountains Attractions Association. "And we've been busy already on spring weekends....

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  14. Wildcat Mountain First NH Ski Area To Open With Top-To-Bottom Skiing & Riding

    Date: November 12th, 2014

    Wildcat Mountain First NH Ski Area To Open With Top-To-Bottom Skiing & RidingPinkham Notch, NH - Wildcat Mountain was the first New Hampshire ski area to operate its lifts for skiing & riding this season opening the Wildcat Express Summit Quad chairlift at 10 a.m. this morning, Sunday, November 9. With top-to-bottom skiing & riding via the Lynx trail offering well over 2,000 feet of vertical, it is also believed tha...

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  15. Outdoor Progressive Dinner

    Enjoy an evening’s stroll, admire festively lighted barns and buildings, and fill your tummy with a locally grown and raised, delicious—and hot—meal at our first ever outdoor progressive dinner. Each portion of your 5-course meal will be served at a different outdoor location at the museum: the diner moves from one location to the next during the course of the evening. White lights and luminaries will help lead the way. Bring a flashlight and dress warmly. Call or visit our website for menu. $20; $10 ages 12 and under. Click the designated events tab on our website to purchase tickets online, or call 603-323-7591. Reservations required in advance.

  16. Frost Place 40th Anniversary Celebration

    The Frost Place will celebrate its 40th anniversary July 21 - 23 with a series of poetry readings and community events. This summer also marks the centennial of the time Robert Frost lived with his family in the 19th century farmhouse on Ridge Road in Franconia. All events are FREE and open to the public! For planning purposes, we are asking people to register online if they plan to attend.
    Highlights of the celebration include:

    • Friday, July 21st - Evening poetry readings by Charles Simic and Nikky Finney and community reception at The Frost Place.
    • Saturday, July 22nd - Afternoon poetry readings by The Frost Place Latin@ and Pardlo fellows Javier Zamora, Charif Shanahan, Diana Delgado, Willy Palomo, and Gerardo Pacheco.
    • Saturday evening performance of A.M. Dolan's play This Verse Business by Emmy Award-winning actor Gordon Clapp.
    • Sunday, July 23rd - Read-a-thon featuring prominent poets, local residents, and children reading Robert Frost poems in the Henry Holt Barn at The Frost Place.

    Since its founding in 1977, when the town of Franconia purchased Frost's former home and the surrounding property, The Frost Place has served as a museum and center for poetry and the arts. The house is open to the public from May to October, allowing visitors to see where America's most beloved poet lived and worked from 1915-1920. The house also serves as summer living quarters for an annually selected poet-in-residence to work and live in.
    A short poetry trail through Frost's apple orchard and woods behind the house allows visitors to wander from poem to poem. The barn, in which Frost kept his dairy cow and chickens, is open daily as a gift shop and functions as a venue for regular poetry readings in the evenings.

    Each summer, The Frost Place holds unique poetry programs allowing attendees to work closely with world-class contemporary faculty-poets. These programs cultivate both poetry education and engaging discussion.
    While the landscape has changed since Frost and his family lived there, the front porch view of Mount Lafayette and the Franconia Range is just as stunning. Countless visitors and poets find inspiration in the place Frost once called home.

    158 Ridge Rd, Franconia / 603.823.5510 / frostplace.org

  17. ELC Outdoors Raft and Ropes Giveaway

    ELC Outdoors is giving away a raft and ropes package for two! Winner will have their choice of white water trip on the Androscoggin, Magalloway or Rapid River combined with our ropes course during the summer of 2016. To enter, complete the form found at www.elcoutdoors.com . On March 18th, 2016, a winner will be drawn randomly and announced via social media. Thanks for checking us out and good luck!

  18. Christmastime at Santa's Village

    Christmastime is "the most wonderful time of the year" - especially at Santa's Village. Santa greets every child, and listens ever so attentively to all the wishes and wants of the season. Mrs. Claus joins in on the hospitality and offers some warm wassail for all their guests. If you visit, be sure to stay 'til after dark when the beautiful lighting throughout the park displays a sense of well-being and warmth on those cooler nights. Dress warmly as it gets snuggly cold on the Skyway Sleigh Monorail or the Merry Christmas Ferris Wheel. Yes, 14 rides are operating and the festivities are all geared to Christmas. Below is a list of rides that will be open (weather permitting):

    The Skyway Sleigh
    Antique Cars
    Santa's Express Train
    The Pixie Mix
    Reindeer Carousel
    Little Elf Flying School
    The Great Humbug Adventure
    Bumper Cars
    Christmas Ferris Wheel
    The L'il Drummer Boy
    Himalaya
    SS Peppermint Twist
    Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
    The Chimney Drop
    Hot Shots Fire Brigade
    Rudy's Rapid Transit Coaster (open only if the temperature is 32 or above)


    As we celebrate our 60th season, we are very proud of our newer 3-D show entitled "A Tinkerdoodle Christmas." It will leave you laughing at the antics of L. Fastidious Tinkerdoodle as he prepares Santa for his yearly journey on Christmas Eve. Shops are open too for the Christmas shoppers. A special holiday spirit is in the air. It's truly Christmas…