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Grafton Notch State Park and the Mahoosuc Public Lands are a premier recreational destination lying amidst some of Maine's most spectacular mountains the Mahoosuc Range. These lands offer rugged terrain for backcountry hikers and include 12 of the most challenging miles along the entire Appalachian Trail. Hikers who negotiate the steep summit trails are rewarded with spectacular views, particularly on Old Speck (4,180 feet). (This excerpt taken from the Grafton Notch State Park website)
Just a few miles northwest of downtown Berlin you will find one of the newest additions to the state park system. Jericho Mountain State Park provides opportunities for miles of trail riding for ATV, UTV, trail bike, and snowmobile enthusiasts alike. Throughout the park, visitors are treated to a number of scenic outlooks. Park guests can also enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing and picnicking at Jericho Lake. The park also includes a 20 site ride-in/ride-out campground, cabins, a bathhouse and Visitors Center. (This excerpt taken from the Jericho Mountain State Park website)
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Bethel, ME
(range: 24 miles)
Sunday River is a four season resort in the mountains of Maine offering great lodging deals and the best skiing, snowboarding, and golf in New England (This excerpt taken from the Sunday River website)
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Jefferson, NH
(range: 29 miles)
Find your inner elf at Santa’s Village, a Christmas-themed park in Jefferson, New Hampshire. Admission includes unlimited rides, shows, and attractions — including visits with Santa and his reindeer, a water park, and much more. (This excerpt taken from the Santa's Village website)
55 kilometers of beginner to expert Cross Country Skiing in Bethel, Maine which affords tremendous views of Sunday River Resort across the valley, and the Mahoosuc and Presidential Ranges. Great snowshoeing and fat bike riding, too! (This excerpt taken from the Carters X-C Ski Bethel website)
Since the late 1800s, reaching the summit of Mount Washington has been on the must-do list for most travelers to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. To this day, the combination of amazing scenery, world-famous weather conditions, and adventures for all abilities and ages make it a highlight for visitors to the region, and locals alike. The mountain is steeped in history, and central to that is the legendary Mt. Washington Auto Road. (This excerpt taken from the Mt. Washington Auto Road website)
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Rangeley, ME
(range: 33 miles)
With lift access above 4,000’, a vertical drop of 2,000’, 66 runs, and 225” of annual snowfall, Saddleback has always been one of the most impressive ski mountains in New England. (This excerpt taken from the Saddleback Mountain website)
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Greenwood, ME
(range: 34 miles)
A true gem and unique mountain experience in Maine, Mt. Abram is a “throwback” ski and ride experience different from so many of today’s winter resorts. Mt. Abram’s uncrowded slopes allow you to experience a wide open run, an extra turn on untouched snow, and find your peace in the mountains. (This excerpt taken from the Mt. Abram website)
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Jackson, NH
(range: 35 miles)
Wildcat Mountain, located in pristine Pinkham Notch, offers up over 2100 vertical feet of skiing and snowboarding terrain for any ability level, all accessed in under 7 minutes by the Wildcat Express Quad. (This excerpt taken from the Wildcat Mountain website)
Mount Washington Observatory is a private, nonprofit, member-supported institution with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create Earth’s weather and climate. It serves this mission by maintaining a weather station on the summit of Mount Washington, performing weather and climate research, conducting innovative science education programs, and interpreting the heritage of the Mount Washington region. (This excerpt taken from the Mount Washington Observatory website)
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