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July 2015

Looking for a way to beat the heat? In addition to status as the first mountain-climbing cog railway in the world, The Mount Washington Cog Railway stands as the only alpine train ride east of the Rockies! Located on the tallest peak in the Northeast, The Cog experience combines summer travel’s two key mandates: It’s refreshing and a great deal. Read more →

For a town of its size, Waterville Valley packs a lot of variety – and flavor – into its restaurant offerings. From casual eateries to more formal sit down restaurants, there are many choices when it comes to whereto go when you’re hungry. Read more →

On Sunday July 26, 2015, Five Rivers Conservation Trust will host its third annual Merrimack River Paddle trip from Boscawen to Concord. The trip will provide a new perspective of the Merrimack River. Discounted canoe and Kayak rentals will be available at Quickwater Canoe and Kayak and free shuttles between the put in and take out will be provided. Participants must pre-register for the trip ( or 225-7225) and make necessary rental arrangements (753-0025, by Wednesday July 22. Event Sponsors are Revision Energy, Merrimack County Savings Bank, Quickwater Canoe and Kayak, the Rowley Agency and Concord 250. “A paddle... Read more →

Join Miss New Hampshire 2015 Holly Blanchard and Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen 2015 Allie Nault aboard the M/S Mount Washington for the annual Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program Cruise. The cruise takes place on Sunday, August 9 at 12:30 p.m. and departs from Weirs Beach. Read more →

Waterville Valley’s proximity to some of New England’s highest peaks makes it a great location. Participants in the 5 Summit Challenge will hike (or attempt to hike) five peaks. There will be a choice of 13 mountains to climb and the five peaks chosen must equal 20,000’ or higher. Read more →