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Polar Caves image
Rumney, NH
(range: 8 miles)
Polar Caves were formed during the last Ice Age when a glacier moved across the landscape, dropping granite boulders at the base of what’s now known as Hawk’s Cliff. As they fell, the boulders formed passageways, around and through which, we’ve built boardwalks and stairs to allow for deeper exploration.  (This excerpt taken from the Polar Caves website)
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Woodstock, NH
(range: 12 miles)
The Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves, located in New Hampshire’s Kinsman Notch in the White Mountains, is a land of spectacular beauty forged by the powerful forces of water, wind, weather, and time. The shaping of Kinsman Notch and the surrounding mountains began about 300 million years ago. The Ice Age brought glaciers more than a mile thick that grounded, lifted, and deposited rocks that formed notches and mountains. When the ice melted, the water carried debris, eroding the rocks and forming Lost River Gorge. (This excerpt taken from the Lost River Gorge website)
Ice Castles image
Woodstock, NH
(range: 12 miles)
Ice Castles is an award-winning frozen attraction located in four cities across North America. The experience is built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists. The castles include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides, fountains and much more. (This excerpt taken from the Ice Castles website)
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Lincoln, NH
(range: 13 miles)
The Hobo Railroad in Lincoln, NH and the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad in Meredith and Weirs Beach, NH share something in common, 50 miles of historic railroad track between Tilton, NH and Lincoln, NH that dates back to the late 1800’s – a period in time when President Grover Cleveland resided in the White House, trains were pulled by steam locomotives and steam-powered cars were all the rage. (This excerpt taken from the Hobo Railroad website)
This is the largest Wilderness on the White Mountain National Forest. Between 1880 and 1940, what is now the Pemigewasset Wilderness contained the largest logging railroad system in the White Mountains, including 72 miles of train lines. Over 1 billion board feet of timber was removed from the 66,000 acre watershed. In 1907, a 10-day wildfire fed on leftover logging slash. After years of unsustainable logging and the enormous fire of 1907, the Pemigewasset Wilderness has re-grown to include beautiful terrain for backpacking, hiking, and experiencing nature. (This excerpt taken from the Pemigewasset Wilderness website)
Seven Birches Winery is handcrafting classic European grape varietals and locally sourced fruits into wines and ciders. Seven Birches wines are produced under 2 labels, referred to as our RiverWalk collection and our Nouveau collection. (This excerpt taken from the Seven Birches Winery website)
Located in the Heart of the White Mountains Whale's Tale has been thrilling customers for nearly four decades. Better rides, better value, and more fun, come see why Whale's Tale is New England's favorite Waterpark. (This excerpt taken from the Whale's Tale Water Park website)
Have you ever wanted to live the simple life of a hobo? Step back to a time when hobos had the life. Learn of the lifestyle and exploits of a legendary, local hobo--while you putt through a first class course amongtst lavish landscaping, cascading waterfalls and meandering streams. (This excerpt taken from the Pirate's Cove - Lincoln website)
Clark's Bears image
Lincoln, NH
(range: 14 miles)
The Clark Family invites you to enjoy a day of FAMILY FUN! Where else can you watch a famous Black Bear Show, ride a Train and be chased by the Infamous Wolfman?? You can cool off on the Water Blaster Boats, scale the walls of the Old Man Climbing Tower and learn to glide on a Segway. The Anaconda Escape water raft ride will speed you through 300 feet of twist and turns. (This excerpt taken from the Clark's Bears website)
Dartmouth Skiway image
Lyme Center, NH
(range: 14 miles)
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 the Dartmouth Skiway website)
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