Snowshoers can find winter adventures on a variety of trails in the Whites, including Mount Willard and Crawford Path.
Cathedral Ledge is a popular climbing spot in the Whites throughout the year.
Rainbow, brook and brown trout inhabit the local stream, ponds and rivers.
The White Mountains offer miles of single-track biking trails.
A mind-boggling array of outdoor activities await the visitor in the White Mountains Region of New Hampshire! From ski and snowboard venues like Attitash, Bretton Woods, Waterville Valley, Wildcat, Cranmore, Cannon and Loon to summer fishing in pristine rivers, lakes, ponds and streams, the White Mountains offer it all.
Then there’s hiking and biking on wooded trails, camping in the White Mountains National Forest, paddling through glassy mountain lakes, and crosscountry skiing and snowshoeing over a variety of scenic terrain.
All of this outdoor fun is available within three hours of Greater Boston, and you’ll find no shortage of spots to spend the night, dine out, or wait out a rainy day. Towns and ski areas throughout the Whites also hold many festivals throughout the seasons, devoted to music, food, wine, craft brew and more.
Spend a day or weekend riding the trails in this state park built to accommodate ATVs.
Learn about the important work being carried out by the White Mountain Trail Collective and its partners to build, maintain, and enhance trails in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
We learned a thing or two about backcountry skiing and snowshoeing on our recent winter adventures in New Hampshire.
A review of ENE’s recent filming session in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.