Hiking

The system of hiking trails in New Hampshire’s North Conway region and Presidential Range is unlike any other in all of New England, offering a diverse array of trail systems combined with 4,000 foot plus summits as far as the eye can see.

New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley and White Mountains attract outdoor enthusiasts from every corner of the globe. From families hiking the regions expansive trail systems to mountaineers training in the Presidential Range for summit bids in the Himalayas, the region is decorated by nature’s splendor and adorned by all who visit and call this place home. Vacationers and locals alike can spend the day hiking and climbing … the possibilities are as endless as the views.

For additional outdoor adventure resources, view the link listings below.

SUMMIT CONDITIONS
Mount Washington Observatory

HIKING
Hiking in the White Mountains
Appalachian Mountain Club
U.S. Forest Service
New Hampshire Parks

CLIMBING
Cathedral and Whitehorse ledges
Mountain Project
Eastern Mountain Sports
International Mountaineering Equipment
Chauvin guides