Cannon Mountain is a 4,080-foot peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It is known for both its technical rock and ice climbing on its cliff face and skiing at Cannon Mountain Ski Area.
Highway 112 runs from Center Conway to North Woodstock, just south of Franconia Notch. Passing through the White Mountain National Forest, it is considered one of the most scenic highways in the U.S. and offers a number of interesting stopping off points.
New Hampshire’s White Mountains are jam packed with attractions. Scenic roads make driving between them a delight. Offering a wealth of outdoors wonders both in winter and summer, the White Mountains are a thrill for all seasons.
Story Land is the best children’s theme park in New Hampshire, offering rides and entertainment to thousands of families with young children for over 65 years. This kid friendly amusement park features over 30 attractions perfect for making your little ones smile, from the Polar Coaster to Cinderella’s Castle. With special events and family dining options including character dinners and tea time, Story Land is the perfect fairy tale fun amusement park for kids!
Enjoy an old-fashioned railroading experience as you journey on historic rail routes in vintage passenger cars, with all trains departing from our 1874 station in the middle of North Conway Village. Whether you stay in the valley or pass sheer bluffs and steep ravines. The views are sure to take your breath away.
Slides, tubes, pools, waves, buckets, tree houses, bridges, fountains, and more. There’s so much to do in the water park that you’ll want to do it all!
Diana’s Baths is a series of small waterfalls located in the southeastern corner of the town of Bartlett, NH near the village of North Conway in the White Mountains. The waterfalls were once the location of an old sawmill operation in the 1800s. After the sawmill was abandoned by the Lucy family in the 1940s, it was turned into a historic site. Diana’s Baths is now a popular family destination.
Echo Lake State Park is a great place to take the family for a swim and picnic. Several hiking trails originate in the park including a scenic trail around the lake and others which lead to Cathedral Ledge State Park where views of the Saco River Valley are spectacular.
Due to it’s remarkable location, weather, and history, the Mt. Washington Auto Road is unlike any other driving experience in the Eastern US. A trip on Mt. Washington Auto Road is a one-of-a-kind experience offering ever-changing weather extremes, panoramic views and the opportunity to pass through four distinct climate zones as you climb to the highest peak in the Northeast.
Soar high above our trails and tree canopy from the summit of Bear Peak to the base of Attitash Mountain on the rider-controlled ZipTour, including one of the longest single zip spans in the East! Enjoy the Nor’Easter Mountain Coaster or experience North America’s longest Alpine Slide. Attitash is also home to cross-country and lift-serviced downhill mountain biking, Slacklines, a free-fall Airbag Jump and the only outdoor water park in the Mt. Washington Valley.
Covered bridges are a favorite among New England visitors and photographers, from kids to senior citizens. The affection that many visitors acquire for New England’s covered bridges often begins behind a camera. These small gems of 19th-century ingenuity are fun to photograph as weather and the changing seasons costume them with icicles, snow caps, and brilliant fall foliage.