The White Mountains of New Hampshire are world famous with their granite peaks and colorful fall foliage, but did you know that there is so much more to do in the area? The White Mountains are home to year-round and seasonal family-friendly attractions to keep you busy every day of the year. Choose from amusement theme parks, trains, natural attractions, and more and make memories that will last you for a lifetime.
"Apples are only the beginning" at Rhythm Craft Ciders located right next door to RiverWalk Resort. The new cider studio comes alive with a creative, rock and roll vibe. Winemaker of Seven Birches Winery, Mark LaClair, recently launched the cidery and the fruits of their labor are nothing short of delicious.
Despite being small mountain towns, Lincoln and neighboring North Woodstock have an abundance of stores for all your shopping needs. If you forget your ski gloves at home, Lahout’s has you covered! Need last minute gifts? Head to one of the many gift shops in North Woodstock. Perhaps Mother Nature is not cooperating or you just need a shopping day, our favorite stores in town will provide excellent retail therapy.
Whether you’re here for a ski trip, romantic getaway, or just a relaxing weekend away from the constant hustle and bustle of life, the luxury RiverWalk Resort offers world-class amenities for all ages. From activities and a game room for the kids to a full-service spa and winery for the adults, you might find it difficult to step foot off the resort property to enjoy the beauty of the White Mountains. Of course, you can enjoy that beauty from your own private balcony!
The White Mountains of New Hampshire offer an abundance of indoor and outdoor activities year-round from skiing to horseback riding to hiking granite peaks. If this is your first time (or even your 100th time) to the mountains, you may not know where to begin when it comes to planning your next vacation. Let RiverWalk Resort’s in-house Adventure Concierge help you plan your next stay in the White Mountains. Whether it’s a special event, such as an anniversary or birthday, a family vacation, or just a solo getaway, RiverWalk’s Adventure Concierge will make sure you have a memorable vacation.
Every winter, RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain transforms its outdoor lagoon swimming pool into a state-of-the-art ice skating rink for all ages to enjoy. Nestled under Loon’s South Peak overlooking the Pemi, the ice skating rink containing a network of miles of tubes carrying super-cooled glycol that ensures the most extraordinary ice skating experience for guests. Whether you’re skating under the stars or watching the stars in one of RiverWalk Resort’s many ice skating shows, tons of famous skaters have graced the ice rink with their skates. Some have even landed some technically challenging jumps and twists on the rink! Check out a few of the famous skaters that have enjoyed RiverWalk Resort’s ice skating rink over the years.
It’s 5 pm on Friday and you’re shouting to the kids to remember to pack clean socks. Your spouse just arrives home from work and you’re quickly trying to get all the skis, snowboards, winter gear, and bags into the back of the SUV before driving two hours out of the city to the mountains for a long weekend of skiing in the White Mountains. The last thing you want to think about is packing breakfast, lunch, and dinner for everyone. While you’re on your Friday night commute to the resort, let the RiverWalk shop for you and stock your fridge and cupboards before you even check-in for the night.
Self-care has never been more important than now. Just because you work from home and don’t have to wear real pants doesn’t mean you should neglect yourself. All those Zoom meetings may actually be causing your neck pain if you don’t have a proper desk and chair at home. It’s time for a little TLC and you deserve it after this year!
Whether you have been coming to the White Mountains since you were a young child or this will be your first (of hopefully many) visit, the White Mountains of New Hampshire is home to tons of outdoor winter fun. Usually, the only things you have to be concerned about is the weather and if your favorite ski trail will be open, but since we’re still in the middle of a global pandemic, we all have a little bit more on your minds these days. But, rest assure, the White Mountains is open for all your outdoor winter activities and doing everything possible to keep you safe.