It has been a crazy winter so far! -100 degree temperatures at the summit of Mount Washington and beautiful 45 degree sunny ski days a week later.
It was a beautiful Monday, so here is a quick look at one of the Eidelweiss beaches.
Here is a link to homes for sale in the neighborhood
Always sad to see summer leave, but luckily we have plenty of things to do around North Conway. Here are some upcoming events:
Go for a hike! Probably the best time of year to get out and enjoy some of the beautiful National Forest!
Sherman Farm's Tom Brady-imaged Corn Maize, weekends Sept. 16-Oct. 29
Apple picking at local orchards now until first frost
Jen's Friends 20th annual Climb Against Cancer at Cranmore Mountain Resort Sept. 16 [......]
Even though the weather isn't going to be the best this weekend there are still tons of fun things to do in the Mt. Washington Valley.
Here are some suggestion to have a perfect fun filled weekend!
Saturday morning start your day out right by grabbing some delicious breakfast at Peach's Restaurant. http://www.peachesnorthconway.com/ located in the heart of North Conway Village. You'll be received by a pleasant, friendly and efficient staff who can insure a relaxed and delicious meal in a quaint and cozy setting from a family who is all about food and hospitality. They are open at 7am.......
If you're looking for a fun outdoor activity for your family this summer, the North Conway Farmer's Market is definitely worth a visit. Free to attend and full of interesting and educational vendors; this will surely keep you busy. Visit after a day at Storyland, or pair with a trip to the adjacent playground!
“After God was done making everything else,” so goes an old New England saw, “He took the leftover parts and made the moose.”
That about gets it right when it comes to the large, gangly creatures who can often be seen along northern New Hampshire’s wooded roadsides.
The best places to spot a Bullwinkle J moose? The Kancamagus Highway (Route 112) is a great place to spot a moose, as are the notches of Crawford and Pinkham (U.S. Route 302 for Crawford Notch and U.S. Route 16 for Pinkham Notch).
GUIDED TOURS: Those who would rather leave the driving to others will want to take a guided tour with MWV Moose Bus Tours, North Conway‘s Moose Safari....
Summer time is the perfect season to day trip it in New Hampshire. Between the seacoast, lakes region, and White Mountains, there are endless opportunities for new exploration. Here are a few of our favorites that your whole family should enjoy.
Story Land – Glen
A children’s theme park featuring wonderfully themed rides, lively shows, friendly storybook characters, unique play areas, and lots more
Glen, NH 03838
Ruggles Mine – Grafton
Grafton, NH 03240
|Ruggles Mine – Grafton
Mineral collecting permitted. Oldest mica, feldspar mine in United States. Photographer’s paradise. Travel up beautiful forested road to a magnificent view at the top of Isinglass Mountain. Gift/mineral shop, snack bar, picnicking, museum. Featuring Aquamarine jewelry made from beryl recently found at mine.
Grafton, NH 03240
Monkey Trunks High Ropes and Zipline Adventure Park – Chocorua & Weirs Beach
Monkey Trunks offers fun for children, adults and families! Monkey Trunks courses feature ziplines, swinging beams, tightropes, rolling logs, hanging tires, cargo nets and more! Our Weirs Beach location alone has 4 ziplines, including one over a pond, as well as a 35-foot-high giant swing, and is open at night to swing under the lights. All three Monkey Trunks locations include a children’s course on a smaller scale for the littlest of monkeys, with platforms no more than 6’ off the ground. The children’s courses include 6-8 challenges with an 80’ zipline at the finish. Reservations are encouraged and can be made anytime online at fwww.monkeytrunks.com or by phone at (603)367-4427.
Chocorua & Weirs Beach, NH
|Clark’s Trading Post – Lincoln
Affordable family entertainment since 1928. Bear shows, amazing circus acts, steam train ride into “Wolfman’s Territory”, museum, rides and more!
110 US Route 3
Lincoln, NH 03251
The rivers of New Hampshire provide endless opportunities for the whole family to experience the sport of Fly Fishing; an experience you will never forget. Whether it is a drift boat trip for trout and salmon on a major New Hampshire river, such as the Androscoggin, Connecticut or Pemigewasset Rivers; a wading trip on a stream; or a canoe trip to a pristine New Hampshire brook trout pond, you will have the opportunity to view wildlife, enjoy wonderful natural sights and catch some beautiful fish. A day fly fishing for trout and salmon with a New Hampshire Rivers guide will enhance your vacation or help you relax on a trip to North Conway and the surrounding region.
The Ellis is a great river for beginners through advanced fly fishers. It is only a ten minute drive from North Conway, making it a great destination for fly fishers on a tight schedule. The river can be fished with little walking but does have sections that require some wading and rock hopping. Whether you are looking to cover water or find a good hole that you can fish all morning, the Ellis will accommodate you. Click Here For Trip Resources & Information.
With the snow melting, the sun shining just a little brighter, and the days getting longer it's time to think about spring hiking. The Mt. Washington Valley has numerous options for hiking enthusiasts. Whether you are looking for a basic walk or a lengthy trek, there are more than enough options. Below are a few of our [...]
- older posts
- newer posts