Ah, the end of spring… School is almost out, the sun begins to make regular appearances, and that itch inside of you begging for adventure is getting harder and harder to ignore. It’s time to spend some time in your home away from home (aka the White Mountains of New Hampshire).
FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T (OR DON’T WANT TO) HIKE
Sometimes the will is strong but the body is… not so strong. That’s why we sent local outdoors enthusiast and RiverWalk Resort travel commentator Christa Peoples on the road to find the best roadside cascades and waterfalls in the White Mountains for those who can’t – or just don’t want to – go hiking. Read on and check out last week’s post on 5 Short Spring Hikes to the Best Waterfalls in the White Mountains for some tips on how to vacation like a local.
This week, we wanted to let you know about the spectacular spring hiking around us at RiverWalk Resort. We sent local outdoors enthusiast Christa Peoples on the trail to report back on the status of 5 of the Best Waterfalls to be found in the White Mountains! Read on and check out last week’s post on 10 Must-Do Spring Activities in the White Mountains for some tips on how to vacation like a local.
WHY SPRINGTIME IS A GREAT TIME TO HEAD TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS
Things get a little quiet here in New Hampshire during the spring, making it the perfect season for a serene couples getaway or a family vacation. There’s still plenty to do as the snow melts.