Logan the cat is all they can talk about in Waterville Valley these days. The 31 pound, 7 year old feline was just a hotel cat last week – until fate and the Internet intervened.
On Saturday October 1st join us for the 5th Annual Rally in Waterville Valley all vehicle show, presented by the East Coast Camaro Club. There will be awards, music, food, and a 50/50 raffle with your $10 donation to benefit a local charity. Dash plaques for the first 100 vehicles! Please register at the gate. The even will run from 9am to 2pm in the heart of Town Square, rain or shine. Car registration at the gate. A BBQ will be hosted by the Waterville Valley Conference Center from 11am to 2pm. Need more info? Contact Michelle Jelley at ECCC...
With the historic Green Peak expansion soon to offer 10 new trails with 45 new acres of skiing and riding serviced by a fixed grip chairlift, there will be a sale on Waterville Valley Resort season lift passes for the winter season in the Town Square. There will be a hike to see the new trails at 3 pm on Saturday.
Fall has arrived in New Hampshire, bringing relief from summer’s hot temperatures and a chance to enjoy changing foliage. Though it is not quite time to break out the skis and snowshoes yet, ski resorts have plenty of ways to enjoy the fall season through events, aerial views and other activities.
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This fall, the best way to enjoy foliage is in mountain valley with a 360 degree views. And you don’t have to be in a car to enjoy the brilliant colors of autumn in Waterville Valley, set in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest with a wide selection of activities for everyone.
Fall is quite a dramatic show.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is participating in the Smithsonian Magazine’s 12th annual Museum Day Live! program: on Saturday, September 24, general admission to the Discovery Center will be free for visitors with a pass downloaded from the Museum Day Live! web page: Smithsonian.com/museumday. Each household is eligible for one two-person pass. Planetarium shows ($5 per person) are not included.
Ride a gondola. Follow a llama. Launch a canoe. Board a touring steamboat. Straddle a bike. Saddle a horse.
Fall is setting in and the M/S Mount Washington is one of the best ways to view New Hampshire’s foliage.