Let’s talk about the Mount Washington Valley.

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  • Echo Lake
  • MT. Washington Summit
  • Moose
  • Diana's Baths
  • The Cog
  • Tuckerman Ravine Trail
  • Lost Pond Trail
  • Zeb's General Store
  • Cognac at Stonehurst Manor

Let’s talk about the Mount Washington Valley. It is a place that we love to go to in the fall. You can see the leaves changing and in full color. Temperatures are cool, but not cold and the people in the area are fantastic. We have been to the area for the last four years staying at Cathedral Ledge Resort and The Omni Mount Washington Resort. We stay in North Conway area as it provides us access to so many hiking and climbing trails and has an amazing downtown area. We have hiked extensively the trails from Diana’s Bath’s to the Appalachian Trail and even climbed Mt. Washington. Whether we have been walking the North Conway strip and visiting Zeb’s General Store or riding the Cog we have really enjoyed it all. Our experiences have been as a family and as a couple so we have been able to view  it from all angles. Oh and who could go without eating at May Kelly’s and relaxing in the quaint ambiance of Stonehurst Manor. Make sure to say hi to Micheal and Heidi for us. If you get a chance have a cognac in front of the fireplace. In June you can go up and visit any place in the area for bike week. This yearly event draws a crowd of bikers who spend their time riding the scenic roadways and even have the opportunity to ride up Mt. Washington’s auto road on certain days. The best part is the Valley it is so large that it does not affect the people visiting to hike, mountain bike or experience any of the other activities the area has to offer.

For a historic experience stay at the Omni Mount Washington Resort. This National Landmark resort has hosted Presidents, Poets, and celebrities alike. The Bretton Woods monetary conference took place here establishing the World Bank and the creation of the International Monetary Fund. The room where the signing occurred still exists as a museum. You can also play on the 9 or 18 hole golf courses that are attached to the resort. If you would like to learn more about The Mount Washington area or to book a trip, just let me know. I would be more than happy to help.

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