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Cog Railway – Bretton Woods, NH – 26 miles
www.thecog.com
Ride to the top of Mt. Washington on the world’s first mountain-climbing railway! This round-trip journey is New England’s most unique vacation experience. Step aboard an authentic coal-fired steam train as it climbs the Northeast’s highest peak! Enjoy the view and watch the trains from Marshfield Base Station featuring a museum, restaurant & gift shop.

Mount Washington – you can see it from everywhere!
Auto Road – Pinkham Notch, NH – 13 miles
www.MtWashingtonAutoRoad.com
A drive on the Mount Washington Auto Road is a drive unlike any other. With the ever-changing weather conditions on New England’s highest peak, no two trips are the same. Bluebird skies and stunning vistas may greet you one day. The next day you could have the adventure of a lifetime in the peak’s strong winds, remarkable fog and rapidly moving clouds. On any day, your adventure awaits.

Loon Mountain Scenic Gondola Skyride – Lincoln, NH – 48 miles
www.LoonMtn.com
Loon’s scenic Summit Skyride—New Hampshire’s longest—comfortably transports all ages to a mountaintop area featuring one of New Hampshire’s most beautiful scenic views, Glacial Caves and Boardwalk, artisans, children’s playground, self-guided nature tour and indoor/outdoor family dining. Loon also offers mountain biking and rentals for all abilities, two climbing walls, accommodations, spa and fitness center, plus festivals, concerts and special events.

Hobo Railroad – Lincoln, NH – 49 miles
www.hoborr.com
All aboard for a 15-mile, 1 hr. & 20 min. roundtrip train excursion in a picturesque, woodsy setting along the Pemigewasset River in restored vintage coaches. Hobo picnic lunches & ice cream are available. The Station Gift Shop opens at 10am in season. Weekend departures Memorial Day–mid-June. Daily departures late June–fall foliage.

Cannon Aerial Tramway – Franconia Notch, NH – 43 miles
www.cannonmt.com
The 80-passenger aerial tramway whisks you above timberline to the 4,200-foot summit for outstanding views of the White Mountains and into Maine, Vermont and even Canada. Take as little as an hour or as long as a day to enjoy summit walking paths, an observation deck, cafeterias, swimming at Echo Lake, boat rentals, a free eight-mile recreation path, “Old Man of the Mountain” Museum.