Concord, NH – The air is starting to feel cool and the leaves in some parts of New Hampshire are already hinting that fall is on its way. The approaching fall foliage season provides a reason to get outside and experience New Hampshire’s amazing show of colors. And judging by the long dry summer, this fall promises a vibrant show. The Granite State offers many ways to experience the season off the beaten path whether through a hike, a drive, or a weekend stay. A foliage leaf peeping excursion can also be combined with a visit to one of the...
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Get your hiking boots on and got to Waterville Valley for the 6thannual Denali Challenge. Starting on Friday, August 9 and ending on Sunday, August 11, hikers are challenged to summit five peaks in and around Waterville Valley equaling 20,000 feet in height – equivalent to hiking Mt. Denali, the highest peak in North America.
Celebrate this 4thof July at one of New Hampshire’s many attractions including Waterville Valley Resort, the M/S Mount Washington, the Mount Washington Cog Rail and more.
The Mount Washington Cog Railway of New Hampshire will be celebrating a momentous occasion on July 3rdthis year. 150 years ago, mountain-climbing steam engines successfully traveled to the summit of Mount Washington with paying customers, changing history forever to become the first mountain- climbing railway in the world.
The Hotel Concord new spaces provide a unique gathering place in Concord’s first independent boutique hotel
Mail boat M/V Doris E. to begin operating on June 15th
Special offers at the new hotel in the iconic Capital Commons building came just in time for the spring and there are options for every taste.
Mount Washington Cruises promises easy ticket ordering this season
Winter’s snow has finally melted, reawakening the mountain landscape in Kinsman Notch. Budding trees, rushing water, and chirping birds signify the start of spring at Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves, open daily May 10. This is the 167th season for the popular attraction often referred to as one of New Hampshire's most scenic natural wonders.