With the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Global Pandemic raising concerns about health and social distancing, many of our local restaurants, shops, attractions, and lodging partners made changes to their business operations. They have taken extra precautions to ensure customer and employee safety and we encourage you to do the same. As New Hampshire continues to flex open […]
Granite State Visitor Code of Conduct As New Hampshire continues to flex open businesses and recreation, it’s important to recognize that we’re all responsible for keeping each other safe and healthy. Do your part by following our Granite State Visitor Code of Conduct. Know Before You Go Have a Plan – think about where you […]
The 11th annual Murder Mystery Weekend in the Western White Mountains scheduled for April has been postponed. This year, our theme is “Death & Taxes,” where a “snitch” informs the I.R.S of tax evasion and a mysterious death occurs. Channel the likes of Sherlock Holmes and help solve this crime! “No, the I.R.S agent does […]
The holidays are upon us and that means another season of family fun, merriment, and magic. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Journey to the North Pole™ is a unique experience for the whole family. Hop aboard the train at Hobo Railroad in Lincoln and enjoy the two-hour adventure to Santa’s Workshop at the North Pole. […]
23rd Annual (almost!) World Famous Labor Day Rubber Ducky Regatta takes place on Monday, September 2nd! This is one event you won’t want to “duck out on”! The Western White Mountains Chamber of Commerce held its 23rd Annual (Almost) World Famous Labor Day Rubber Ducky Regatta, on Monday Sept. 2 at Cascade Park. Over 1,500 […]
Whether you’ve come to the mountains to climb New Hampshire’s highest peaks or to just rest and relax, you can stretch your tired muscles and escape the daily grind with a little yoga. Recent research suggests that practicing yoga outside as many benefits for your mind, body, and spiritual health. The Western White Mountains are […]
For over 120 years, Fadden’s General Store has been producing award-winning maple syrup for the western White Mountains. Like most early settlers in the White Mountains, the Fadden Family harvested maple sap and sugar to consume and trade for supplies. James H. Fadden and his wife, Ida, opened Fadden’s General Store in 1896. It wasn’t […]
With a population of just over 500 people, it’s easy to overlook the small mountain town of Sugar Hill as you drive north through Franconia to Littleton up I-93. But, this small town packs a real punch. Sugar Hill may be New Hampshire’s newest town, but its history runs deep in the western White Mountains. […]
Marcus Corey grew up on the small ski slopes of Titcomb Mountain in Farmington, Maine. As the son of a part-time pastor, he found God through his love of the outdoors. Fast forward a few years, Marcus and his new wife moved to Jackman, Maine where he was the retreat director at Moose River Outpost, […]
The December holiday break is a great time to visit with family and friends and create some holiday memories together. Loon Mountain Resort and Cannon Mountain are open with lots of trails for you to explore on your new skis or board. There’s also cross country trails open at Ski Heart Farm and Franconia Village […]
Autumn is one of the best times to visit the western White Mountains of New Hampshire. The temperature has dropped, the air is crisp, and the leaves have turned into a kaleidoscope of colors. While many people just look at fall as the time between ski season, fall is a great time to explore the […]
Soon the leaves will change color, and the temperature will drop. You’ll take out the sweaters and boots and make sure there’s plenty of space for pictures on your camera. Fall is one of the best times to visit the western White Mountains. It’s the perfect time for a drive through the White Mountains National […]
Celebrate the start of summer with the ultimate craft beer festival at New England Brewfest. Nestled in the White Mountains, you’ll have a stunning background to sip one of your favorite beers… Or your favorite beer of the moment as there are over 100 different beers on tap!
Join us on April 7-8, 2018 for our 9th annual Murder Mystery Weekend in the Western White Mountains. This year, our theme is “The Dead Man’s Hand,” where a poker game ends in cold-blooded murder. Channel the likes of Scooby Doo, Gibbs and the rest of the NCIS team, and Sherlock Holmes and solve the […]
It’s the perfect time to carry on traditions or start new ones and there’s no better place to get in the holiday spirit than the Western White Mountains. You’ll find snow covered mountains and slopes for skiing, ice skating rinks and horse drawn carriages for traditional winter experiences, a good old fashioned general store and […]
The Western White Mountains is home to some pretty amazing scenery the fall foliage season is one of the best times to take in the scenery. The mountains are transformed with an array of colors and the rivers glisten in the fall sun creating picture perfect backdrops for photos.
The 42nd NH Highland Games and Festival at Loon Mountain Resort are quickly approaching. The air will be filled with the sounds of bagpipes and you’ll see a lot of tartan out and about town. This event is one of the biggest Scottish gatherings in the Northeast with over 60 clans and societies taking part […]
The Western White Mountains host many events throughout the year. Don’t miss out on all the fun!