Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Lyme, New Hampshire
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"Summit Elevation: 1943 ft. Base Elevation: 975 ft. Vertical Drop: 968 ft. Twenty two trails, 25% beginner, 50% intermediate, 25% expert, on 104+ skiable acres. Longest run: Papoose 1.25 miles. 4 lifts – Winslow Mountain Quad, Holt’s Ledge Double, 2 conveyor lifts in the beginner area – give the Skiway an uphill capacity of 3,300 skiers per hour. Snowmaking over 60% of slopes and trails terrain."
(This excerpt taken from Dartmouth Skiway website)
"The collection encompasses important holdings of American, Native American, European, African, and Melanesian art, including a significant collection of indigenous Australian contemporary art and a major archive of photojournalism."
(This excerpt taken from Hood Museum website)
"The Montshire Museum of Science is a hands-on museum located in Norwich, Vermont, offering dozens of exciting exhibits relating to the natural and physical sciences, ecology, and technology."
(This excerpt taken from Montshire Museum of Science website)
"Cardigan Mountain State Park spans 5,655 acres and is an excellent area for hiking. A mountain road leads to trails on the west slope of Mount Cardigan as well as a trail to the summit. Mount Cardigan's 3,121-foot treeless granite summit affords outstanding views of west central New Hampshire, with a panorama that includes Mount Monadnock and the White Mountains, Camel's Hump in Vermont, and Pleasant Mountain in Maine."
(This excerpt taken from Cardigan Mountain State Park website)
"The White River Flyer is operated by the Green Mountain Railroad and runs between White River Jct. and Norwich, VT with many special excursion trains throughout the summer. Charter trains are run from Lyndonville, VT."
(This excerpt taken from White River Flyer website)
"The Enfield Shaker Museum and historic site, nestled in a valley between Mt. Assurance and Mascoma Lake in Enfield, New Hampshire, has been cherished for over 200 years. At its peak in the mid-19th century, the Enfield Shaker Village was home to three “Families” of Shakers. Today, their story is preserved and told by the Enfield Shaker Museum."
(This excerpt taken from Enfield Shaker Museum website)
"Whaleback Mountain is a non-profit, community supported ski & snowboard area in New Hampshire's Upper Valley. UVSSF is the owner and operator of Whaleback Mountain."
(This excerpt taken from whale back website)
"Polar Caves is home to nine granite caves you can duck, squeeze and shimmy through! What's the difference between granite and limestone? Granite is an igneous rock, formed from solidified lava or magma whereas Limestone is sedimentary, formed from layers of minerals that solidify and accumulate over time. Our caves inspire wonder and excitement for visitors of all ages and you'll have fun learning cool facts along the way. "
(This excerpt taken from Polar Caves website)
"Quechee Gorge Village was established in 1985 originally as a Woodsman Musuem, Country store and Antique Mall. It has evolved into one of the premier shopping attractions in the state of Vermont Located in the heart of the Quechee Gorge, Quechee Gorge Village has something for everyone."
(This excerpt taken from Quechee Gorge Village website)
"Quechee State Park is located along US Route 4, and its proximity to many Upper-Valley attractions make the park a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access to the park’s spacious campsites."
(This excerpt taken from Quechee State Park website)