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I have been to the White Mountains many times. I have gone with just my Husband, alone, and with family. I would recommend it for anyone. Some of the things there I am not able to do anymore but even just the drive and some areas are wheelchair accessible. When I was younger I would treck off into the woods... 更多
excellent place for families .lots of hiking trails and waterfalls .the AMC guide is a great book to have on hand full on information and maps
I highly recommend the Kangamangus Highway (RT 112). If you are lucky, you may see Moose near the western end of the Highway. Stop at the overlooks to enjoy the views and be sure to stop at the rest area on the east side of the mountain to enjoy the river as it flows over rock creating mini-waterfalls. Also be... 更多
The views, the wild life, the quietness, the brooks, the mountains, the trails, the cleanliness and quality of the air, are more than relaxing they are tranquil and simple and really easy to get used to. I moved from the hustle and bustle of southern New Hampshire to the tranquil north. I drive 1 and 1/2 hours one way to... 更多
Whilst visiting friends in Boston, they recommended a drive through the forest to get to see some amazing scenery. We drove from Down Town Boston, up to Conway and then through the forest on route 302 returning on I93. We saw some beautiful sights and kept stopping whenever we wanted to get some spectacular photos. Autumn was just starting, so... 更多
Best swift pools along the Kankamangus Hwy for swimming and sunning on the boulders. Bring a picnic and towels and revel in New Hampshire, naturally. Splash among the crowds or find your own private spot. Reminiscent of Iao Valley, Maui. You will return again and again!
From the Kamagus Highway, which is closed during the winter months, upper and lower falls and Mt. Washington the views are breathless. There are many nice restaurants to stop at along the way.