Appalachian Mountains have many treasures within them. Amongst those treasures is the White Mountains in . This is a beautiful area to visit any time of year. I like to visit the mountains in the fall because I am literally in love with the fall colors. They are so beautiful and New Hampshire is already known for its beauty as it is. New Hampshire
Now, I like to hike some of the shorter trails, but the White Mountain trail is the most scenic 100 miles you will encounter in
The place to begin the drive is at the
and head out Route 3N. If you have children, then there are stops you will want to make at The Whale’s Tale and North Woodstock White Mountains Visitor Center Clark’s Trading Post. At Clark’s Trading Post, you are able to ride a steam train and see bears. There are also climb towers that keep the small children happy. As for the Whale’s Tale, it is a water park that will keep the whole family occupied for hours. It’s great for those hot summer days when you’ve been outside enjoying the sights and you get a little warm. When touring all of the scenery, everyone can cool off and the kids are able to work out a lot of pent up energy.
Once you’re back on the road to see the rest of the trail, you’ll encounter the Flume Gorge. At one time, the
As you continue on your journey, you’ll see the tops of the mountains, which serves as the roof of the
. There are mountains exceeding 6,000 feet. There are mountain sky rides that you can take to see these mountains and I recommend that you do because you are not going to see some of the sights from the road. If you are not too keen on the idea of a sky ride, you can hike your way to the top and see what magnificence nature has made. Nevertheless, one of the most breathtaking rides is the Aerial Tramway, which transports 80 people and takes you to the summit of White Mountains National Forest , which is at 4,200 feet. Make sure you have your camera because the views are breathtaking. Cannon Mountain
There are even more ways for you to see the