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From fishing and shopping to backpacking and back road exploring, the extraordinary experience that is New Hampshire's Grand North is only limited by what you can imagine.  We are home to world-class family friendly attractions and one of the best ATV trail networks in the world.  You'll find the northeast's highest peak; Mt. Washington which you can summit by train, car, foot, skis and more.  You'll also find some of the most beautiful lakes and rivers in New England.  Come see all that NH's Grand North has to offer!

Great Glen Trails   
Great Glen Trails
Four-season outdoor center surrounded by the stunning peaks of the Presidential Range and magnificent Mt. Washington. Forty-five kilometer trail network for biking, running or walking. Guiding paddling adventures. Winter activities include skiing, snowshoeing, snowtubing and tours up the Mt. Washington Auto Road in the SnowCoach. 
Address: 1 Mount Washington Auto Road (Route 16), Pinkham Notch, NH 03581
Phone: (603) 466-2333
Website:greatglentrails.com


ELC Outdoors   
ELC Outdoors
Choose from adventure and recreational packages that explore the rivers and forests of Northern New Hampshire and Western Maine. Whitewater rafting, high ropes aerial adventures, wildlife tours, raft and float plane combo trips, leadership and teambuilding events. 
Address: 26 Exchange Street, Berlin, NH 03570
Phone: (603) 215-0002
Website: www.elcoutdoors.com


Bear Rock Adventures   
Bear Rock Adventures
Two full-service ATV rental locations, a fleet of incredible machines, diverse riding opportunities in the heart of the Ride the Wilds trail system, specialty itineraries. Try & Buy program available. 
Address: 107 Bear Rock Road, Colebrook, NH 03576
Address: 545 Beach Road, Pittsburg, NH 03592
Phone: (866) 663-9777
Website: www.bearrockadventures.com


Mount Washington Auto Road   
Mount Washington Auto Road
America’s Oldest Manmade Tourist Attraction. The road ascends through four climate zones to 6,288-foot Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast. Hike, drive yourself or take a guided tour in an Auto Road van. Snow Coach tours in winter. Breath-taking vistas! 
Address: Route 16, Pinkham Notch, NH 03581
Phone: (603) 466-3988
Website: mtwashingtonautoroad.com


The Mount Washington Cog Railway   
The Mount Washington Cog Railway
The first mountain–climbing cog railway in the world. Board the train for a spectacular climb up the three-mile-long raised track to the 6,288-foot summit of Mount Washington. On top visit the Sherman Adams Visitors Center, Mt. Washington Observatory’s Weather Museum and the 1853 Tip Top House. Reservations recommended. Seasonal. 
Address: Base Station Road, Marshfield Station, NH 03575
Phone: (603) 278.5404
Website: www.thecog.com


AMC Highland Center at Crawford Notch   
AMC Highland Center at Crawford Notch
The Appalachian Mountain Club’s outdoor education center, four-season lodge, family-style dining room, and headquarters for hiking the White Mountains. A variety of outdoor activities and programs for adults and kids, including daily Outdoor Exploration programs, Guided Adventures, and evening programs. 
Address: Route 302, Bretton Woods, NH 03575
Phone: (603) 278-HIKE (24 hours)
Website: www.outdoors.org


Santa's Village   
Santa’s Village
The summer home of Santa and his reindeer. Family amusement rides, water park, live performances & theater shows, gift shops, flower gardens, and numerous dining options. A Trip Advisor 25 Top Amusement Park. 
Address: 528 Presidential Highway (Route 2), Jefferson, NH 03583
Phone: (603) 586-4445
Website: www.santasvillage.com


Bretton Woods Ski Area   
Bretton Woods Ski Area
NH’s largest ski resort, consistently recognized for superior snow conditions and exceptional guest services. Fun family activities year-round. Nine lifts, 464 acres of skiing and snowboarding terrain. Nordic Ski Center has 100km of groomed trails. Zipline Canopy Tour, Kids’ ATV Park, indoor Climbing Wall, free chair rides in summer & much more! 
Address: Route 302, Bretton Woods, NH 03575
Phone: Ski: (603) 278-3320 Golf: (603) 278-4653 Nordic: (603) 278-3322
Website: brettonwoods.com


Omni Mount Washington Resort   
Omni Mount Washington Resort
The National Historic Landmark features exceptional accommodations, elegant public spaces and a selection of dining experiences, along with a roster of four-season resort activities including its signature spa and Donald Ross-designed golf course. 
Address: Route 302, Bretton Woods, NH 03575
Phone: (603) 278-1000
Website: www.mountwashingtonresort.com


Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel   
Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel
Experience an exhilarating sled dog ride, on snow during winter and rolling sled dog rides — sleds on wheels — during the warm weather months. Whitewater river rafting adventures with Raft NH, from mild Class II to robust Class IV, round out the summer schedule. 
Address:32 Valley Road, Jefferson, NH
Phone: (603) 545-4533
Website: www.dogslednh.com


The Rocks Estate   
The Rocks Estate
Christmas tree farm and North Country Conservation & Education Center for the Society for the Protection of NH Forests. Select a Christmas tree, take a Maple Tour, hike trails with magnificent views of the Presidential Range, look for wildlife. Open year-round. 
Address:Route 302, Bethlehem, NH 03574
Phone: 603-444-6228
Website: www.therocks.org


Mahoosuc Outdoors   
Mahoosuc Outdoors
Whitewater rafting, canoe, kayak and tube rentals, horseback trail rides, special event venue. B&B accommodations include six comfortable rooms and full, hearty breakfast. A great base for a variety of outdoor activities. Pet friendly. 
Address: 877 Milan Road, Milan, NH 03588
Phone: (603) 449-6646
Website: www.mahoosucoutdoors.com


AMC High Huts of the White Mountains   
AMC High Huts of the White Mountains
Renowned for their unique mountain hospitality, the Appalachian Mountain Club’s eight High Huts traverse the high peaks of the White Mountains and are spaced a day’s hike apart. Overnight accommodations include hearty home-cooked dinners and breakfasts. Self-service and full-service seasonal options. 
Phone: (603) 466-2727
Website: www.outdoors.org


Waumbek Golf Club   
Waumbek Golf Club
Built in 1895, this is New Hampshire’s oldest 18-hole golf course. The championship course includes picturesque views of the Presidential Range from every hole. Clubhouse with outdoor deck. 
Address: Intersection of Routes 2 and 115A, Jefferson, NH 03583
Phone: (603) 586-7777
Website: www.playgolfne.com


Gorham Moose Tours   
Gorham Moose Tours
Three-hour guided tours take visitors to locations where moose and other wildlife are frequently found. Sit back and let the experienced tour guides do the driving. The moose spotting success rate for 2014 was 93%! Tours run end of May to end of September. 
Address: 69 Main St., Gorham, NH 03581
Phone: (603) 466-3103
Website: www.gorhammoosetours.org


Berlin Main Street Program   
Berlin Main Street Program
The Berlin Main Street program is a volunteer organization whose mission is to re-establish downtown Berlin as an economic, social and cultural center of the North Country for its residents, business owners and visitors. 
Address: 961 Main Street, Berlin, NH 03570
Phone: (603) 752-6246
Facebook: Berlin Main Street Program Facebook


North Country Chamber of Commerce   
North Country Chamber of Commerce
Providing information on lodging, dining, activities and a calendar of events for New Hampshire’s North Country and the bordering communities in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. The region is recognized for its scenic beauty, four seasons of outdoor recreational opportunities, friendly people and rural character. 
Address: 4 Titus Hill Road, Colebrook, NH 03576
Phone: (603) 237-8939
Website: www.chamberofthenorthcountry.com


Twin Mountain Chamber of Commerce   
Twin Mountain Chamber of Commerce
Information on lodging, dining, activities and a calendar of events. The yellow Information Booth (Routes 3 & 302 intersection) is open during the summer months, or view info on the website. Year-round free wi-fi and information on local businesses at the adjacent NH Grand kiosk. 
Phone: (800) 245-TWIN
Website: www.twinmountain.org

 

   
Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce
If you enjoy outdoor recreation, you will find endless trails to explore in all four seasons. The region offers hiking and cycling for all ability levels. In the winter, experience pristine landscapes from snowshoes, cross-country skis or snowmibiles. Our rivers offer excellent canoeing and kayaking. Camping, climbing, fishing and hunting opportunities abound.
Phone: (603) 752-6060
Website: www.androscogginvalleychamber.com

 

   
Northern Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce
The area has a wonderful athletic energy, and the outdoor enthusiast can take advantage of backpacking, kayaking, fishing, hiking, biking and numerous winter sports, including skiing, snowshoeing, hunting guides, and ATV riding. Quieter activities such as foliage tours, fairs, and music festivals, and maple sugaring abound. An extraordinary experience is limited only by the traveler’s imagination!
Phone: (877) 788-2530
Website: www.northerngatewaychamber.org


   
Umbagog Area Chamber of Commerce
Errol and the Umbagog area is the undisputed "Snowmobile Capital" of the Northeast. There are hundreds of miles of woodland snowmobile and ATV trails along lofty mountains, wildwood valleys and pristine rivers and lakes. Throughout the region, there are remote campsites along with countless miles of hiking trails. The town of Errol marks the start of the "Thirteen Mile Woods", an unspoiled stretch of beautiful woodlands along the Androscoggin River. The ample flow of cold and clear waters makes this river a haven for anglers and attracts innumerable canoe and kayak enthusiasts.
Website: www.umbagogchamber.com


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