4 Replies to “White Mountain National Forest”

  1. The White Mountain National Forest is awesome. There are so many hikes it would take a life time to hike them all. There are many in the elevation that are exposed and have fantastic views. There are those as well that are wooded and serene. Any of the Notches are worthy of a visit. For those from away if you could even drive the four Notches in a long day trip it would be well worth your time!

  2. The white mountains are a site to see, and not comparable to the other Appalachians, since they offer both an alpine feel with New England character.
    It never gets boring because each season is different. It is also accessible year round. The only time I would advise not going is during mud season which is in late April and may and extends into early June not because of the mud but because of the bugs which can be beyond bearable. I live in the state and seeing large wildlife is uncommon in forested areas you have better luck on roads or near towns

  3. Love this place. Have been to the White mountains twice now. The campgrounds are good. During summer, the campgrounds are usually full. Need to search a lot if you haven’t reserved.

    There are beautiful hikes all around. The staff in visitor center are really nice people. If you are lucky, you will get to see some animals. Lot to see just by driving in the Kancamagus highway and making some quick stops. Night sky is also good.

    Also love the Mt. Washington road. The views are good throughout and lot of opportunities for photographs.

    A beautiful place to explore the nature and get away from the urban life!

  4. Came in the summer and it was absolutely beautiful; can only imagine what it looks like in the Fall. Plenty of photogenic spots for the photographer in anyone and a plethora of trails and locations to visit. Could schedule a short day trip here or spend a whole week there’s truly that much to do and see. If you’re looking for a beautiful and temperate place that offers outdoors activities, then look no further. You can also see it by car, but hiking and such allows you to truly appreciate this expansive natural gem.

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