- Our list of the best things to do in Bartlett, New Hampshire, features the top 156 nearby activities — including 81 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bartlett, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Winter Activities.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Bartlett, NH , followed by 146 popular activities in nearby cities, including North Conway, Lincoln, Conway, Jackson, Gorham, Waterville Valley, Franconia, Moultonborough, Tamworth, Bethlehem, Campton, Jefferson, Bretton Woods, Chocorua, Holderness, Bridgton, Mount Washington and East Burke
Attitash Mountain Resort Boston MoreLess Info
Guests make a free-fall jump into an airbag or ride the roller coaster set on the Attitash mountainside
93% 181 votes
1326 Main St US Route 302, Bartlett, NH 3812 MoreLess Info
Northern Extremes Snowmobiling – Private Tours provides guided or self-guided snowmobile tour options from 2 hours to a full day, for a range of skill levels and tastes, through a system of well-groomed trails with mountain views and a variety of terrains.
Bear Notch Ski Touring Center offers cross country skiing equipment, lessons, and tours to visitors of all experience and skill levels. They feature miles of trails with varying grades and difficulty levels, and host a ski school.
100% 3 votes
1255 US Route 302, Bartlett, NH 03812 MoreLess Info
A Better Life Snowmobile Tours & Rentals, LLC, offers mountain snowmobile tours led by professional guides. Off-road, all terrain vehicle trails give visitors a fun and challenging day of family fun together, riding and sightseeing.
100% 1 votes
The Fields Of Attitash, Earles Field Road, Bartlett, NH 3838 MoreLess Info
Featuring horseback trail rides, The Fields of Attitash leads visitors through the surrounding rivers and woodlands on a 1 hour adventure. Among the horses that can be ridden are Appaloosa, Quarterhorse, and Grade horses.
Located two miles from the Attitash/Bear Peak Ski Area, the non-profit Brettl Hupfers Ski Club is a group united by a common passion for winter sports. The club is open for applications, and features a luxurious house that sleeps 60.