- Our list of the best things to do in Mount Washington, New Hampshire, features the top 171 nearby activities — including 82 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Mount Washington, 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 3 things to do within the city of Mount Washington, NH , followed by 170 popular activities in nearby cities, including North Conway, Lincoln, Franconia, Conway, Jackson, Gorham, Bartlett, Waterville Valley, Littleton, Bethlehem, Berlin, Whitefield, Jefferson, Bethel, Bretton Woods, Chocorua and East Burke
Considered to be one of the main climbing areas in New England, White Horse Ledge is 800 feet high in total and is divided into two sections. The two areas are known as the Slabs and the South Buttress, and they both require moderate to advanced rock climbing skills.
The 5,775-acre Dry River Campground is a campground that supports activities such as camping, hiking, picnicking, and fishing. The campground features picnic tables, a snack bar, a gift shop, and showers.
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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.
Kids and grandkids love Santa's Village in Jefferson, New Hampshire, which is full of fun things to do and see. After posing for a portrait with Santa, kids and parents enjoy spending time on the mini-coaster and other rides.
TNT Guide Service - Private Tours provides guides for hunting, fishing, canoeing and wildlife sightseeing tours. From their pontoon boat visitors can see eagles, loons, moose and bears and lunch is provided too.
Moose are a regular sight in Gorham, New Hampshire, and Gorham Moose Tours takes visitors right into 'moose country.' Tour participants should wear heavy, water-resistant boots and bring a coat or jacket, even in hot weather.
Focused on providing a marketplace for local farmers and growers to sell their wares, the Berlin Farmers Market LocalWorks fosters a casual, community feel. The market maintains two outdoor marketplace locations.