4 Ways to Get the Best Fall Foliage Views

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Sep 11, 2018 4:18:47 PM

The mercury is starting to drop, and the leaves are slowing turning from green to hues of yellow, orange, and red. Fall in New England is one of the best places to be, especially in the White Mountains. Every year thousands of “leaf peepers” head to the mountains in search of the perfect vista to get the best views of the leaves. Bring your camera and get ready to post a million fall foliage pictures of Instagram.

This blog post is part of "The Guide to Fall Activities in The White Mountains" blog series.

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Topics: Fall, Outdoor Activities

Discover the Beauty of the Kancamagus Highway This Fall

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Aug 29, 2018 10:11:02 AM

Nestled in the heart of the White Mountains, the Kancamagus Highway has a history as long as the road is winding. Lovingly known as “The Kanc” by many locals, the Kancamagus Highway offers unparalleled scenic views through one of the Northeast’s largest national forests. It also provides access to an abundance of scenic overlooks, campgrounds, and hiking trails. 

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Topics: Fall

It’s All About the Wine: White Mountains Crush Festival

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Aug 27, 2018 1:31:44 PM

This blog post is part of "The Guide to Fall Activities in The White Mountains" blog series.

Dating back to the days of ancient Rome, grape stomping has been a harvest tradition in Europe. Even today, many small vineyards across the world host grape stomping events every year after the harvest. For centuries, small vineyards would gather all their family and friends and handpick the grapes off the vines. After the vines have been stripped bare of their fruit, a large celebration would be held to celebrate the end of the harvest. Tables would be set with platters upon platters of food, the wine would pour freely, and everyone would gather around the table at sunset and share stories of the day. In some vineyards, the dinner celebration would end in a grape fight. 

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Topics: Events, Fall

Highland Games Return to Loon Mountain

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Aug 17, 2018 12:26:24 PM

In just over a month, the small town of Lincoln will be overrun with men in kilts, bagpipes, and haggis. While you may hope that they are filming the new season of Outlander in the White Mountains, it is, in fact, the return of one of the largest Highland Games in North America. From Friday, September 21st through Sunday, September 23rd, the New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival (NHHG&F) will be returning to Loon Mountain Resort again for its 42nd year. 

This blog post is part of  "The Guide to Fall Activities in the White Mountains" blog series.

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Topics: Events, Fall, Outdoor Activities, Things To Do, Family Friendly

One Last Hoorah In The Mountains Before School Starts

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Aug 7, 2018 12:26:43 PM

The start of school is just around the corner. Before you dive into back to school shopping, plan one last hoorah for the summer. The White Mountains are not only home to spectacular natural beauty, but also to many attractions, water parks, and more. Enjoy a weekend or a week away in the mountains before all the soccer practices, math homework, and ballet lessons start in September.

This blog post is part of “The Guide to Summer Activities In The White Mountains” blog series.

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Topics: Summer, Outdoor Activities, Family Friendly

RiverWalk's Guide to Dinner in the White Mountains

Posted by Kelsie Collins on Jul 27, 2018 3:02:50 PM

You’ve driven all the way to the White Mountains, and you’ve landed at your resort. With a belly full of road trip gas station snacks, you may be thinking about unpacking your bags and spending the first afternoon of your vacation in the pool. After a few hours of relaxation, the gang goes back to the suite to take showers and get ready for an awesome dinner at one of your favorite dinner spots from last year’s getaway. Or maybe you haven’t been here yet and you’d like to know where you should get dinner! Either way, you’ve hit the lottery because you just found RiverWalk’s Guide to Dinner in the White Mountains. Bon’ Appetit!

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Topics: Food & Drinks

Guide To Swimming Spots in Lincoln, New Hampshire

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Jul 25, 2018 9:11:48 AM

The dog days of summer are upon us. Even with a higher elevation and a fresh mountain breeze, the days can get steamy in the White Mountains. To combat the heat and the humidity, take a dip in one of the many swimming holes in the western White Mountains.

This blog post is part of “The Guide to Summer Activities In The White Mountains” blog series.

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Topics: Summer, Outdoor Activities

RiverWalk Guide to Lunch This Summer

Posted by Kelsie Collins on Jul 12, 2018 11:07:36 AM

Visiting the White Mountains is a great way to spend your summer vacation. Whether it be for ziplining, theater, hiking, kayaking, swimming, music, or food there is something for everyone to enjoy. We’ve covered where to get the best breakfast in Lincoln-Woodstock, now we’re here to help you get lunch down. There’s nothing wrong with a packed lunch for a day long outing, but there are also way better options than PB&J on white bread too. Leave your bagged chips and juice boxes at home and check out these awesome lunch options in Lincoln-Woodstock.

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Topics: Food & Drinks, Summer

Head to the White Mountains for Some Good Old-Fashioned Family Fun

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Jul 11, 2018 9:46:06 AM

With smartphones, tablets, and video games, it’s easy to spend your summer vacation indoors. Leave all the technology behind and escape to the White Mountains for a little family fun. For centuries, the White Mountains were a popular escape for America’s elite who would come to the area every summer to enjoy the fresh mountain air.

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Topics: Summer, Family Friendly, Outdoor Activities

What Owners Love About the RiverWalk Resort

Posted by Katelyn Michaud on Jul 5, 2018 5:06:22 PM

The White Mountains have attracted seasonal guests for centuries with its pristine natural landscape and refreshing mountain air. Historic luxury hotels, like the Mt. Washington Resort and The Balsams, have left a long legacy of innovation, luxury, and a high-level of customer service. The RiverWalk Resort in Lincoln, New Hampshire is a newcomer to the scene but has been working hard to redefine modern luxury.

This blog post is part of “The RiverWalk Guide to Ownership” blog series

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Topics: Ownership