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Enjoy fantastic scenery from the seat of a ski gondola high above ground

Ride the mountain air and get an eagle’s-eye view of majestic New Hampshire any time of year. Soar to the summit on New Hampshire’s longest scenic gondola skyride. Absorb the beauty of fall foliage from high above the tree tops. You will see panoramic views when the weather is clear or exciting weather extremes on the cloudy days. Take short nature walks, enjoy impressive sights, and learn the legends and lore of this historic peak. Rest and relax in a mountain resort nearby.

60 Loon Mountain Road Lincoln, NH, 03251 Phone: 603-745-6281 Toll-Free: 800-229-5666

Up onto Loon Mountain for majestic scenery and more

The majestic White Mountains are yours for the viewing aboard New Hampshire’s longest scenic gondola skyride. At the 2,733 foot summit you'll enjoy refreshing summer and fall breezes and stunning views. Climb the observation tower for an even more extraordinary view. Stroll a short nature trail, or head out on a longer trail that winds through the summit glacial caves. Stop by the Summit Café for lunch and a side of breathtaking scenery. At the mountain’s base, ride a zipline, challenge yourself in the Aerial Forest Adventure Park, scale a rock wall, rent a bike, navigate the LogJam Maze, or climb a 30-foot-tall spider web. Bunyan’s Bouncin’ Backyard offers the younger kids a bounce house and fun inflatable games.

Route 16, Pinkham Notch Gorham, NH, 03581 Phone: 603-466-3988

Drive yourself or enjoy a guided tour to the clouds on Mount Washington

A trip on Mt. Washington Auto Road is a one-of-a-kind experience offering panoramic views when the weather is clear or exciting weather extremes on the cloudy days. Drive your own car and stop along the way to the summit for short walks and plenty of unique sightseeing opportunities. Guided Tours offer a unique opportunity to learn the true nature and history of Mount Washington and the Auto Road. Driven by one of our accomplished and dedicated tour guides, your “stage driver” will offer stories, anecdotes, legends, history and insight into the ecological wonder of Mount Washington as well as point out interesting features and scenic opportunities from the base to the 6,288-foot summit.