Cannon Mountain's 80-passenger aerial tramway travels up the mountainside to the summit -- a height of about 4200 feet. At the top are views into Vermont, Maine, and into Canada.
While at the tram, also visit the summit's observation deck, the cafeteria, or the New England Ski Museum adjacent to the Tram Base Station.
The Flume Gorge
The Flume Gorge is one of Franconia Notch's natural wonders. It is a spectacular granite chasm through which a mountain stream rushes. A wooden walkway through the gorge allows people to walk straight through this awe-inspiring wonder.
The Flume Gorge pathway also leads through covered bridges, past waterfalls, and a scenic pool. The Visitor Center gives an introduction to the Flume Gorge and Franconia Notch by means of exhibits and a free 15 minute movie. Information center, interpretive exhibits, cafeteria, gift shop.
Visit the website: flumegorge.com
Lost River Gorge features a complex of boardwalks taking visitors along the river, past potholes and waterfalls, and through a jumble of large granite boulders and caves. Although all the caves may be bypassed, visitors are invited to crawl through a variety of twisting caves, including the famous Lemon Squeezer. Gemstone mining, Nature Garden, geological displays, picnic area, gift shop and cafeteria.
Visit the website: findlostriver.com
An authentic coal-fired steam train and the world's first mountain climbing cog railway. Ride the "Cog" to the highest summit in the Northeast.
Trips are made rain or shine. The 2-3/4 mile run to the summit - the second steepest railway track in the world - is a 3 hour round trip. Ask about discounts on select trains.
Visit the website: thecog.com
Clark's Trading Post
Famous for its trained bear show, Clark's Trading Post also features wood-fired steam trains, Wolfman, the Grimmy Family Circus, and a collection of quaint buildings along a street housing eating places, museums of antique Americana, and shops.
Enter the mysterious Tuttle House, Avery's Garage, or Merlin's Mystical Mansion. Have your picture taken at the Photo Parlor. Visit the old Fire Station. Listen to the sounds of old music machines.
Ride the bumper boats, or ride the train through Wolfman's territory. See the shows!
Visit their website: clarkstradingpost.com
...Where Fantasy Lives.
Set on 35 clean and beautifully landscaped acres, Story Land is a full-filled park built upon storybook themes and places around the world.
Experience 4 live shows daily, 16 rides of fun, and a variety of attractions including Bamboo Chutes, Dr. Geyser's Remarkable Raft Ride, and African Safari, Huff Puff & Whistle Railroad and much more.
Also, on the same property, is Heritage New Hampshire. Another recipe for a full-filled day -- One part museum, One part attraction, One part living history. Mix these ingredients together, stir lightly and you have the makings of a wonderful family outing!
Walk and ride through New Hampshire's entire history under one roof. Explore a river filled with trout that meanders through the forest, sail the ocean blue on a turbulent voyage from 1634 England. Chug through Crawford Notch in a circa 1900's steam train. Meet the people that helped shape this great country and state.
Visit their website: storylandnh.com
Santa has lots of festivies, fun-filled live shows, and rides galore -- all in a land filled with the excitement of Christmas morning.
Have a personal visit with Santa. Feed his reindeer and talk with Rudolph. See live entertainment at the Polar Theater. Find the elves in the "Elfabet" Game and win a prize. Get your good luck ring at the Reindeer Shoe Smith. Decorate your own gingerbread man. Sing on stage at Christmas Carol-Okey. Become an "Official Elf" at Santa's Workshop.
Bring your own picnic or enjoy the yummy holiday food. Get some early Christmas shopping done.
Visit their website: santasvillage.com
Franconia Notch State Park.
Located in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest, Franconia Notch State Park is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Swim at Echo
Lake, go fly fishing at Profile Lake, ride your bike on the Recreational Trail, look for hawks and falcons on Cannon Cliffs or take a hike on the Appalachian Trail. Franconia Notch State park is not just for summer outdoor enthusiasts. Every winter thousands of skiers and snowmobilers flock to the region to enjoy this amazing state park. For more information, visit www.nhstateparks.com/franconia.html
Bretton Woods covers 434 glorious acres and features more than 100 trails for skiing and snowboarding. Voted by SKI Magazine as one of the top five
resorts in the east for weather, New Hampshire's largest ski area also boasts four terrain parks as well as night skiing. For more information, visit www.brettonwoods.com
Mount Washington Cog Railway.
Take a breathtaking ride to the top of Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern United States. The world's first mountain-climbing Cog Railway train travels the steepest railroad tracks in North America to provide you with a bird's eye view of New England. For more information, visit www.thecog.com
The Rocks Estate.
Nestled in the heart of the White Mountains, The Rocks Estate is a breathtaking 1,400-acre protected reserve. Discover over a dozen buildings on the National Historic Register at The Rocks, which is also home to the Forest Society's sustainable Christmas tree farm. For more information, visit www.therocks.org
Six Gun City.
A western-themed amusement and water park, Six Gun City guarantee that kids of all ages will have a rootin-tootin' good time. Rides range from the fast and furious Tomahawk Run Waterslide to the gentler Cheyenne Falls Children's Waterslide. Other activities include laser tag and the Tumbleweed Speedway Go-Karts. For more information, visit www.sixguncity.com
Covering 35 acres of beautiful rolling terrain, Story Land is a theme park that's a big draw for the little ones. Making their day a most memorable one are such hard-to-resist rides as Alice's Tea Cups, the Swan Boats, and Huff Puff Railroad. For more information, visit www.storylandnh.com
Chutters General Store.
Don't miss the world's longest candy counter at Chutters General Store. Your sweet tooth will be astounded at the more than 100 feet of glass jars filled with candies of all shapes and sizes, including sours, gummies, jellybeans, chocolates, licorice, and caramels. For more information, visit www.chutters.com/candy
Littleton Grist Mill.
History buffs will find the Littleton Grist Mill irresistible. Built in 1798, the grist mill, along with a saw mill and other subsequent businesses, put the village of Littleton on the map. Supplying the energy for the mills was the Ammonoosuc River with the help of a dam. While the dam is gone, the original grist mill, now restored, remains. For more information, visit www.littletongristmill.com
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