The North Conway area is filled with things to do. From the scenic White Moutains to area attractions and events, there is something for every member of the family. You can embark on a one of a kind adventure, stroll through nature, shop or even visit a theme park. Here is a short list of the "must see" spots on your White Mountains vacation:
The Mount Washington Cog Railroad is a 3 hour guided adventure filled with breath taking scenery. Starting a Marshfield Base Station you will enjoy the scenic climb to the top of Mount Washington, the highest peak in New England. From the summit there are panoramic views of New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Canada and even the Atlantic Ocean. Whether you choose the historic steam locomotive or the modern and eco-friendly biodiesels, the Mount Washington Cog Railroad is one memorable ride.
If you are a “dare devil” in search of a one of a kind adventure, make plans to ride the exhilarating rush of the Zip Rider at Wildcat Mountain. Riders will enjoy a 2,100 foot journey over trails, treetops and the Peabody River while suspended at 70 foot heights and 12 percent grades all the while reaching speeds of 45 miles per hour. The Zip Rider is sure to be one unique and exciting ride.
Diana’s Baths is a must see showcase of nature. Lying along Lucy Brook, the baths are fed from Big Attitash Mountain. Depending on the rainfall and season, the water can be rushing through the waterfalls or gently flowing through. Measuring 75 feet in height the cascading falls are a relativity easy .6 mile flat walk on along a wide gravel path. Diana’s Baths allow visitors to explore the surrounding rocks, ledges, falls, brooks and pools of nature.
The lands of fantasy and make believe truly come to life at Story Land. With over 30 family-friendly rides and attractions and various shows, the entire family is sure to enjoy the magic that is Story Land. Whether it is a fun ride on the new Roar-a-Saurus coaster, busting a move at Duke’s Dance Party, enjoying tea with Cinderella or simply enjoying the laughter of children young and old; the fantasy lives on at Story Land.