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June 2015

Waterville Valley sits much like an island, surrounded on all side by over 700,000 acres of the White Mountain National Forest. Riding from an inn or lodge into the forest is easier than anywhere else in the North Country. And as a valley, there are all kinds of trails to take on. Getting into the mountains from the valley floor is easy, thanks to a chairlift up Snow’s Mountain. Read more →

The Tram, Train & Trek experience is offered by the Adair Country Inn, which sits amidst 200 acres of private property near the crossroads of Interstate 93 and US Route 302, at Exit 40. The getaway features two tickets for two aboard the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tram and the Mount Washington Cog Railway, which climbs to the top of New England's highest peak. Rounding out the adventure is the trek through the Flume Gorge, part of the Franconia Notch State Park. Read more →

Celebrate Independence Day and enjoy fireworks displays over the lake during the M/S Mount Washington July 4th Fireworks Party Cruise. Every year, Lake Winnipesaukee community members create their own fireworks displays and M/S Mount Washington guests have the best vantage point to enjoy the show. Read more →

Visitors to Waterville Valley can relax and unwind in a variety of lodging options, from spacious condominiums large enough for an entire family, to cozy country inns that are a perfect fit for incurable romantics. Upon checking in at their Waterville Valley lodge, guests are given a Freedom Pass – their passport to mountain fun and a savings of $100 per person, per day. Read more →

Waterville Valley Resort will host its first ever “Brazil in Waterville” event on June 13th and 14th, 2015. The event will feature Brazilian music, barbeque, and other Brazilian food and drink as well as activities. The fun begins on Saturday at noon with a live concert in the Town Square featuring the "Brad Ricardo Pablo Trio" playing the best of Bossa Nova – a fusion of Samba and Jazz flute. Local restaurants will offer a traditional Brazilian churrasco-style barbecue in the Square. After barbecue, at 5:30 p.m., the 5-person Grupo Carmarote will fill the Square with Brazilian dance music from... Read more →

iRobot returns to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center this Friday night, June 5, for two special programs: a 7 PM workshop exclusively for teens, “Cool and Practical Robots”, followed by a presentation for the general public on “Robots Changing the World”. Additional offerings this Friday include the June version of “Tonight’s Sky” at 7 p.m. in the planetarium, self-guided science exhibits in the galleries, and a view through telescopes of the wonders of the night sky, guided by the New Hampshire Astronomy Club. Read more →