White Mountains region is home away from home for paddlers
1251 Eaton Road (Route 153)
East Madison, NH, 03849
100 years of great lakeside vacations in the White Mountains
Paddle as you gaze at sparkling waters, lush green forests, and snow capped mountains in New Hampshire’s Presidential Range. Move your complimentary canoe, kayak or rowboat to a steady beat or stop still and listen to the quiet or a melodic loon. Paddle along carved shorelines, sandy beaches, through wildlife filled bogs, heaths and islands. Fish for pickerel and small mouthed bass. And stay where warm country hospitality has been a family tradition for more than 100 years. And as you paddle you’ll especially appreciate your affordable vacation, cozy lodgings in a variety of sizes and settings, great seasonal rate plans, meals at the resort's restaurant & pub, every form of recreation and every Resort amenity. Paddlers of every age and ability are welcome.
Route 16 at Pinkham Notch
Gorham, NH, 03581
Outdoor Fun That's Just Right for The Entire Family
At the Great Glen Trails in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire, we offer adventures in all shapes and sizes - Your adventure is up to you. During the spring and summer you can set out on a hike, run, or bike ride on any of our scenic trails through New Hampshire's White Mountains. Or join us for a guided bird watching tour or a paddling trip on the Androscoggin River. In winter, the cross country skiing and snowshoeing is absolutely glorious. Our trail system of easy and rolling terrain allows skiers of all abilities to find the right level of activity, challenge, and fun. The trails are groomed with both double tracks and a skating lane and run through the forests at the base of Mt. Washington. And the SnowCoach makes everything accessible to all, with or without skis. It's the natural vacation plan for you and your family.