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August 16th, 2013

How To Navigate Your Family Through The White Mountains of New Hampshire
One of the most beautiful and scenic places in New Hampshire is the White Mountains region. In fact, hundreds of travelers frequent the White Mountains every year. Further, it is an ideal place to bring your family or your loved one for a weekend of adventure. The White Mountains offer tourists a unique glimpse into some of the most picturesque landscapes on the East Coast.This/tag helps explain it more.

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Experiencing High Wind Speeds and Ancient History

May 25th, 2013

Visitors to the White Mountains in New Hampshire can experience high wind speeds, history, beautiful scenery and outdoor recreational opportunities. The area has entertainment venues and a number of places to shop.

The world’s highest wind speed of 231 miles per hour was recorded in 1934 on Mount Washington in the White Mountains. There are frequently high winds and deep snow on this mountain.

Ancient trees found in the White Mountains include spruce and fir trees that are over 200 years old. People who enjoy history Read the rest of this entry »

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Canoeing and Kayaking: A Splash of Relaxation and Fun

March 25th, 2013

Exploring the White Mountains of New Hampshire is a great way to breathe the fresh air and take in the beautiful scenery. You can go canoeing or kayaking to make it more fun and challenging. Lease a canoe or kayak if you don’t own one. They are an inexpensive way to get out in nature and enjoy your environment. You can stop along the river banks and take a break for lunch or dinner. Pack a picnic basket that includes your favorite foods. Don’t forget to bring fresh water on your river trip. Consider taking canoeing or kayaking lessons Read the rest of this entry »

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Through Wilderness and Scenery: Hiking in the White Mountains

June 27th, 2012

Hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire can offer you more than just beautiful scenery and exercise as you hike to the destination of your choice. With the many nature trails, ponds, and waterfalls that you’ll encounter on your way you’ll not only have your choice of exploration for the day, but an excuse to come back and explore again and again.

While hiking in the White Mountains you’ll have many different nature trails to Read the rest of this entry »

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Swimming through the Scenery In Amazement

November 26th, 2011

New Hampshire is a peaceful state, where many go to relax. A vacation here can be perfect and a great way to commune with nature. The White Mountains, are a picturesque location, which has a little bit of something for everyone. Mount Washington, is part of the White Mountains and the tallest mountain in the Northeaster US at 6,288 feet.

Four-thousand footers, is a group of 48 peaks that are over 40 feet. Hiking and mountain biking are top activities here. The Appalachian Mountain Club, is a group of hikers who routinely hike together. Read the rest of this entry »

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Artistic Foliage within the White Mountains

November 24th, 2011

People looking for a glimpse of nature at its best will not be disappointed when they visit New Hampshire’s beautiful White Mountains. Conveniently located near Boston and New York City, these rugged mountains that form part of the Appalachian range are considered some of the region’s finest for hiking as they include a series of alpine huts which are available to hikers. Historically, these mountains have been a major draw for artists to paint and draw the inspiring scenery.

Main attractions are Flume gorge and a granite bowl 20 feet in diameter nicknamed ‘the Read the rest of this entry »

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Picnicking With the Family in the White Mountains

November 21st, 2011

There is nothing like spending good quality time with your family outdoors. You can have fun picnicking in the beautiful and majestic White Mountains of New Hampshire. You will enjoy the fresh air and memorable experiences that are awaiting you.

You can hike down many trails and see some unbelievable wildlife. You are sure to spot a white tailed deer and possibly even a moose. There are many different types of birds out there as Read the rest of this entry »

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Where to Eat in the White Mountains

November 10th, 2011

There’s a lot to do in White Mountain outside of hanging out in your bed and breakfast watching http://www.Direct.tv/ satellite why not see what the region’s culinary scene has to offer? Here are a few of our favorite restaurants in the area.
Sunset Hill House: The most notable and acclaimed restaurant in the region, the Sunset Hill House has a lot of awards and a view to match. Read the rest of this entry »

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Vast Mountains, Blue Skies and Rivers

July 19th, 2011

New Hampshire is a beautiful state brimming over with breathtaking scenery. The White Mountains are one of New Hampshire’s most exquisite attractions. They cover a quarter of the state of New Hampshire and are home to the highest peak in the Northeast, Mt. Washington. Mt. Washington sits in the sky at an altitude of 6,288 feet. It is also home to a line of summtis called the Presidential Range. The White Mountains offer up lots to do for a vacationing family. You can go on a relaxing stroll or engage in a rugged mountain hike or bike Read the rest of this entry »

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Over the River and Through the Woods to the White Mountains

July 17th, 2011

The White Mountains stir imaginations all year round.

The mountains are home to several family friendly attractions. You can visit theme parks, tour waterfalls, river gorges and caves or get a bird’s eye view of the mountains as you ride tramways and zip lines. With its many rivers, the White Mountains offer numerous opportunities for canoeing and kayaking. In winter, the mountains are perfect for a quick getaway or an extended ski vacation. In spring, explore the countryside by hiking, biking or on horseback. In summer, take a ride Read the rest of this entry »

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