The White Mountains Guide
The 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest is a powerful presence in the White Mountains. Adjacent to or part of every village and town, the National Forest ensures that this region will remain largely undeveloped.
The White Mountains
The Mount Washington Valley
If you’re looking for something relaxed and tranquil, many of the Mt. Washington Valley villages can bring you back to a simpler time and let you enjoy the natural, beautiful scenery that we are known for. The true New England spirit lives in every corner of the Valley and radiates through each person you meet.
Explore eclectic menus at a diverse selection of restaurants, many developed by chefs creating with locally sourced foods. Visit a local farmer’s market, enjoy crafted cocktails or coffee made from beans roasted right here in Mt. Washington Valley, savor the goodness of farm fresh and scratch made.
Spotlight on North Conway
Spotlight on Cannon Mountain
Spotlight on The Cog Railway
Skiing The White Mountains
Home to some of the best skiing conditions in New England, the White Mountains offer a wide selection of resorts and mountains for enjoying this classic and elevating winter sport.
Skiing is one of the fastest non-motorized sports on land.
Skiers can ski faster than a car and this was proven by Simone Origone in 2006. he set a world speed skiing record at 156.2 miles per hour!
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* The White Mountains National Forest