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Mountains of the Appalachian range in northern New Hampshire, where the highest point is Mount Washington at 6,288 feet.
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Reviewed July 6, 2004

Spring time is a great time in the White Mountains. Lost River and the Flume offer excellent views and a great place to explore and enjoy the outdoors. Cannon Mountain tramway is a great ride to the top and offers outstanding and peaceful views and...More

18  Thank Sightsee13037
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Reviewed February 12, 2014

Went to the White Mountains and expected they would be White. They were green. Not what I was expecting. Hiked the Appalacian Trail. Thought I'd see some bald eagles and at least one American flag blowin' in the breeze. Did not. Yet again, not what...More

6  Thank Blanchwhite
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Reviewed October 12, 2011

If you love nature, trails and falls.. this is the place to be in the NE. The scenic routes here are amazing. We were here on a day trip but I would say .. we could have spent a couple of more days atleast appreciating...More

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Reviewed September 12, 2011

I climbed North Moat Mountain with my husband in August. It was a long hike but so rewarding. Very few others on the trail and the blueberries were everywhere. They made for great snacks. Bring plenty of water, a camera and binoculars.

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Reviewed August 31, 2011

Despite the blow that hurricane Irene gave to the entire US eastcoast, southern, central and eastern NH was relatively unscathed by the storm. Most of the storm damage came in the way of flooded streams onto roadways in the "north country" and areas in the...More

3  Thank allfinsnmask
Reviewed October 31, 2007

I loved New Hampshire and my favourite place has to be the White Mountains. Gorgeous scenery. Great people. Loved the Camping, hiking. Definitely be back again.

2  Thank ugolini78
Reviewed August 12, 2007

My daughter, 12, and I traveled for a couple of days in the White Mountains and had a great time. I grew up in Boston and we used to go the White Mountains every summer for a day or so or longer but I hadn't...More

5  Thank robd
Reviewed September 19, 2005

We stayed at the Above The Notch Motor Inn in Bretton Woods, NH on Sept 5th. We rode the Cog Railway to the Mt. Washington summit the next morning. It was an interesting trip since we'd never been on a cog railroad before. The motel...More

3  Thank math48teach
Reviewed August 27, 2005

I was very skeptical when my husband said he wanted to visit the White Mountains. We aren't "outdoorsy" people, so I thought there would be nothing to do. I was wrong! We only stayed 2 days, but I would definitely go back and there would...More

14  Thank SED960
Reviewed July 6, 2004

Spring time is a great time in the White Mountains. Lost River and the Flume offer excellent views and a great place to explore and enjoy the outdoors. Cannon Mountain tramway is a great ride to the top and offers outstanding and peaceful views and...More

18  Thank Sightsee13037
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