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Unleash your adventure spirit at zip lines, caves, ski trails in the White Mountains

The White Mountains region of New Hampshire is so magnificent in all seasons that it’s not surprising various entrepreneurs there have devised businesses to help get visitors outdoors, on land, sea, and in the air. Mountain trails are used by hikers in summer and cross country skiers in winter. In Pinkham Notch, you can join a guided bird watching tour or paddling trip on the Androscoggin River. A SnowCoach can get you to the top of Mount Washington to see the mountain winter in comfort. Zip lines and tours of glacial caves take adventurers above the Earth and underneath it. The varieties of outdoor adventure can keep the whole family enthralled. Lodging ranges from family resorts to cozy B&Bs .

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

Outdoor adventure for summer and winter explorers

Four-season adventure awaits your family at Great Glen Trails in Pinkham Notch. In warmer months, head out on scenic trails for a hike, a run, or bike ride through the majestic White Mountains. Join a guided bird watching tour or paddling trip on the Androscoggin River. In winter, cross country skiing and snowshoeing are the way to get around on a trail system of easy and rolling terrain. Skiers of all abilities can find their own level of activity, challenge, and fun. Trails are groomed with both double tracks and a skating lane and run through the forests at the base of Mount Washington. Or you can jump onto the SnowCoach and tour the mountain in winter from a comfortable seat. Outdoor fun for all tastes!

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

Zips, giant climbing web, log jam maze fill a day with action

New Hampshire’s longest scenic gondola skyride to the mountain top is just the start of the action at Loon Mountain. Ride a snow tube down for the excitement that awaits at the base. Trvel a zipline across the Pemigewasset River and into the Aerial Forest Adventure Park. Scale a rock wall, rent a bike, navigate the LogJam Maze, or climb a 30-foot-tall spider web. Young kids will love the bounce house and fun inflatable games at Bunyan’s Bouncin’ Backyard. While you’re at the summit, visit glacial caves and walk a scenic nature trail. Grab lunch or a snack at the Summit Café, which serves up great food and some of the best views of the White Mountains in all of New England.