Two men on a hike near the mountain range at Eagle Mountain

WHITE MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES

View the Many Adventures That Await You

Whether you are visiting in summer, winter or any time in between, the beauty of the Jackson, New Hampshire landscape awaits. Explore the area on bike, train or even horse.  Wander trails that showcase our landscape - for both rugged hikes or leisurely walks. From Christmas holiday fun to summer adventures – there are limitless activities and things to do in and around Jackson, NH.  Let us help curate your next stay with us.

Winter

Skiing and Snowboarding

Nestled in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley, Black Mountain has been serving up snow, smiles and memories since 1935.

Ice Skating

Nestlenook Farm invites you to the age old sport of ice skating in a timeless fashion, on a maintained three-acre Victorian Skating Park.

Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides

Our custom made Austrian sleighs hold up to 15 people.

Wildcat Mountain

Wildcat Mountain is a year-round destination located in the Mt. Washington Valley in Northern New Hampshire's White Mountains region.

Attitash Mountain Resort

Attitash began summer operations in 1976 with the Alpine Slide, considered the longest in North America.

Mount Washington Auto Road

The most spectacular eight miles of driving in New Hampshire can be found on the Mount Washington Auto Road.

Jackson XC

One of the most revered network of cross country skiing trails is accessible right outside Eagle Mountain House's front door.

Spring & Summer

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf

Enter the world of 18th century pirates!  Putt your way through mountain caves, over footbridges and under cascading waterfalls.

Redline Guide – Hiking Guide

Offering sunrise, sunset, foliage tours, waterfall excursions, and mountain views.

Moose Safari

The best time to see a moose is between dusk and dawn.

Santa's Village

This family style amusement park opened in 1953 and continues to delight audiences of all ages featuring rides and a water park all themed to the season.

The Flume Gorge

The Flume is a natural gorge extending 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty. The walls of Conway granite rise to a height of 70 to 90 feet and are 12 to 20 feet apart.

Clark’s Trading Post

Where else can you watch a famous black bear show, ride a steam train, be chased by the infamous Wolfman and be amazed by Chinese acrobats all in the same day!

Alpine Adventures

Alpine Adventures opened the first, longest, highest and fastest Zipline Canopy Tour in New England in 2006 and continues to lead the way in the outdoor adventure industry.

Conway Scenic Railroad

Embark on an old-fashioned railway adventure the entire family will love.

Theatre in the Wood

Enjoy the Children's Summer Theater Series!

Storyland

Treat the kids to an unforgettable adventure with rides, shows and attractions geared to younger children, like Los Bravos Silver Mine Tour, Dr. Geyser's Remarkable Raft Ride, The Polar Coaster, Slipshod Safari Tour and the Farm Follies Animated Show, to name just a few.

White Mountain Biking

Experience the beauty of the White Mountains as you pedal through trails of breathtaking scenery and stellar views.

Year Round

New Hampshire State Parks

​New Hampshire has 93 state park properties that provide a variety of recreational opportunities for all ages, included beaches, campgrounds, historic sites, waysides, natural areas, and trails.

ATV and Off-Roading

New Hampshire makes for a supreme off-roading destination.

Living Shores Aquarium

Living Shores Aquarium, located at Story Land in Glen, NH is an indoor walk through adventure that allows the whole family to discover the wonders of the ocean year round.

Settlers' Green Outlet Village

Enjoy tax-free outlet shopping in North Conway, New Hampshire at Settlers' Green Outlet Village.

North Conway, NH

North Conway Village is located in Mt. Washington Valley in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire and is home to nearly one hundred stores, fine art galleries and factory outlets.

M&D Productions

M&D Productions is the Mount Washington Valley’s premier, year-round community-based theater.

Cog Railway

Cog Railway The beauty of the mountains and the thrill of ascending the Northeast's highest peak are just as enchanting today as they were in 1869, when Sylvester Marsh opened the world's first mountain-climbing railroad on New Hampshire's Mount Washington.