The White Mountains is a beautiful area. We drove the Kancamagus Highway. We topped at the information center and were pointed to certain sights. Sabbaday Falls was beautiful.
Gorgeous vistas, well-marked scenic overlooks and pull-offs, (mostly) clean restrooms, well-kept walking/hiking paths. Forest, mountains, lakes, rocky rivers and waterfalls, cliffs and overlooks - great for hiking, sightseeing and other outdoor activities.
Lots to see and do if you leave your car, though the notches are all an experience to drive through. Occasionally you may also see moose from your car. Trails to ponds, waterfalls, and upwards range from easy beginner to expert. Some worthwhile tourist attractions just outside forest, also.
You can enjoy a senic ride or get out and take a hike. Go for a swim in a refreshing stream. Catch a fish. There are so many beautiful spots. I go several times during the season as I live just across the border in Maine. Fall is beautiful with all the changing leaves. I have not had my fill... More
The winding drive along two-lane ME 113 through the White Mountain National Forest is one of the most scenic in western Maine. The route has a visitors center and several scenic turnouts, as well as a campground. Much of it is closed to vehicles during winter. Side roads and hiking trails plunge deeper into the forest. One of the route's... More
The white mountains are so beautiful and serene, you have to visit it. Especially during fall. The colors are wonderful, the place has so many opportunities for camping and hiking, its a must.
If you are in east coast and have not been to Mt. Washington in the White Mountains, it is high time you did.. The place is so beautiful. We went during the falls for leaf peeping.. but the place offered us more than just colors.. The drive to Mt. Washington is one helluva experience.. The sceneries are breathtaking and surreal...... More
The Whites have a reputation for changing weather. Respect this area, and do lots of fun research to prepare for a safe and challenging hike.
We would have loved to stay and look, hike and bike around but just did not have the time. Gorgeous scenery!
Many great activities possible year round. From hiking, biking, climbing and general sight seeing.
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