Things to do in Hew Hampshire

    Welcome to New Hampshire! There are so many amazing things to do and see in this beautiful state, and we're here to help you make the most of your visit. Here are some must-see area attractions:

    1. Franconia Notch State Park: This park is just 10 minutes from our cabins and is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the state. Take a hike to see the Flume Gorge or visit the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway for a breathtaking view of the White Mountains.
    2. Mount Washington: The highest peak in the Northeast, Mount Washington offers unparalleled views of the surrounding landscape. Take a drive up the Auto Road or hike to the summit for an unforgettable experience.
    3. The Kancamagus Highway: This scenic drive winds through the White Mountains and offers stunning views of the foliage in the fall. Stop at one of the many overlooks or take a hike to see some of the hidden waterfalls in the area.
    4. Visit the Mount Washington Cog Railway: Take a ride on the world's first mountain-climbing cog railway to the summit of Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern United States. The train ride offers stunning views of the mountains and valleys, and the summit has a visitor center with exhibits on the mountain's history and geology.
    5. The Polar Caves: These natural caves were formed over 50,000 years ago and are now open to visitors. Take a tour of the caves and see the stunning rock formations, waterfalls, and wildlife.
    6. The Conway Scenic Railroad: Take a journey back in time with a ride on this historic train. The railroad offers a variety of tours, including a dinner train and a fall foliage tour.
    7. The Cannon Mountain Ski Resort: If you're visiting during the winter months, don't miss out on some of the best skiing in the Northeast. Cannon Mountain offers a variety of runs for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.
    8. Visit the White Mountain National Forest: The White Mountains are a must-see attraction in New Hampshire, and the national forest offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Take a scenic drive along the Kancamagus Highway or hike to the summit of Mount Washington for stunning views of the surrounding landscape.
    9. Explore Franconia Notch State Park: This park offers hiking trails, scenic drives, and swimming opportunities in the summer, as well as skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Be sure to check out the Flume Gorge, a natural gorge with walls over 90 feet high and a 45-foot waterfall.
    10. Discover the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway: Take a scenic ride up to the summit of Cannon Mountain on the aerial tramway for panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. In the winter, ski down the mountain's challenging slopes or go snowshoeing or cross-country skiing on the trails.
    11. Go on a moose-watching tour: New Hampshire is home to a large population of moose, and guided tours are available for visitors who want to see these majestic animals in their natural habitat. Many tour companies operate in the White Mountains and offer tours in the early morning or evening when the moose are most active.
    12. Visit the Old Man of the Mountain Memorial: Although the Old Man of the Mountain rock formation collapsed in 2003, a memorial to this iconic New Hampshire landmark is located in Franconia Notch State Park. Visitors can learn about the history and significance of the Old Man and view a replica of the rock formation.
    13. Take a hike in one of the state's many beautiful parks and forests. New Hampshire is home to many trails of varying lengths and difficulty levels, so you can find one that's suitable for your fitness level and interests.
    14. Go skiing or snowboarding at a local ski resort. New Hampshire is home to many ski areas that offer a variety of runs for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.
    15. Go ice skating at an outdoor rink. Many towns and cities in New Hampshire have outdoor ice skating rinks that are open to the public.
    16. Go on a scenic drive and take in the beauty of the winter landscape. New Hampshire has many scenic roads and highways that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and forests.
    17. Go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. These activities are a great way to enjoy the outdoors and get some exercise during the winter months.
    18. Go on a snowmobile tour. Many companies in New Hampshire offer guided snowmobile tours through the beautiful backcountry of the state.