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Mt Washington Valley Visitors Bureau
North Conway New Hampshire Visitor Bureau

  
NameMt Washington Valley Visitors Bureau
Address2617 White Mountain Highway
North Conway, NH
Brief DescriptionMt Washington Valley Visitors Bureau in North Conway, NH
TypeInformation
CategoryVisitor Bureau
DescriptionNo matter what the season, Mt. Washington Valley abounds with vacation offerings. From skiing to golf to family attractions, this is New England's premier playground. Read on to learn all about what makes Mt. Washington Valley perfect for everyone from romantic couples seeking a respite to families with tots, tweens and teens.

Mt. Washington Valley – a year-round overview

The Mt. Washington Valley of New Hampshire takes in 27 towns that surround Mount Washington, the tallest peak in the Northeast and the pinnacle of The White Mountains of New Hampshire at 6,288 feet. While North Conway, may be the best known of these towns, each one offers a unique addition to this vast vacationland. By summer, the area boasts 15 major family attrations, 11 golf courses open to the public with 135 total holes of scenic golf, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, and weeks worth of scenic drives within the scenic 770,000 acre White Mountain National Forest. Touting 7 alpine ski resorts and 6 nordic (x-country) ski and snowshoe centers, and 200 miles of snowmobiling trails, this region of the White Mountains offers more downhill, x-country ski & snowshoe and snowmobiling trails than any other destination in New England.

Yankee Magazine calls the Mt. Washington Valley “Winter’s Home Town”. It’s the ultimate winter vacation destination offering not only world-class alpine and cross country skiing but also snowboarding, ice skating, snowmobiling, snow tubing, horsedrawn sleigh rides, winter hiking and climbing. Located in New Hampshire’s scenic Eastern White Mountain region, the Mt. Washington Valley has it all:
*250 alpine trails
*Hundreds of kilometers of Nordic terrain
*200 Miles of snowmobile trails
*150 lodging properties, including grand and resort hotels, charming country inns and quaint Bed and Breakfasts *Over 75 unique restaurants and cafes
*200 outlet shops and boutiques, all offering tax-free shopping
* More than 25 family attractions, live theater offerings and summer programs
* Eleven scenic golf courses with more than 145 holes.

For alpine skiers, choose from Attitash, Black Mountain, Bretton Woods, Cranmore Mountain Resort, King Pine Ski Area, and Wildcat Mountain, all in New Hampshire, and Shawnee Peak in nearby Bridgton, Maine. Nordic ski areas include Bear Ski Touring, Bretton Woods Cross Country Center, Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, King Pine Nordic Center, Jackson Ski Touring Foundation and the MWV Ski Touring and Snowshoe Center.

There are several fitness centers and spas in the Valley and an indoor ice skating at the state-of-the-art Ham Arena in Conway Village. Outdoor skating can be enjoyed in Schouler Park in North Conway Village, or in a Victorian setting on Emerald Lake at Nestlenook Farm in Jackson. Ice climbing is popular in this region, with several local climbing schools and shops. For those interested in weather, the Mt. Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center in North Conway is a must-see while visiting the valley. It is the only museum totally dedicated to weather in the country. And for the younger set, the new Mt. Washington Valley Children’s Museum is the perfect place for inquisitive children up to eight years old, year-round.

By summer, Mt. Washington Valley offers everything from horseback to hiking with plenty of biking, swimming, waterfalls and mountain top adventure in-between. Family attractions abound from trains to planes to automobiles. For the younger set, Story Land and Santa’s Village offer fantasy fun, bringing back families for generations. Those hoping to explore Mount Washington can choose from guided van rides to their own car for trips up the Mt. Washington Auto Road, the first man made attraction in the country. For those who’d rather go
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Last Updated12/12/2011
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