Black Bear Lodge

3 Village Road, Waterville Valley, White Mountains, New Hampshire, 03215, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Waterville Valley

Climbing Mount Washington

A travel blog entry by haylowey

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... on this trip, given it is spring and moving into summer. In fact, today was the first day of summer.

We were also informed that the Tuckerman Ravine trail is highly dangerous (because of the snow), particularly if you are unfamiliar with the terrain. Weighing up the want to see snow versus the desire to live, we decided to take the Lion's Head trail. Hakuna mutata!

The distance itself was only 4.5mi/7.2km; it was the ...

First day in the White Mountains

A travel blog entry by haylowey

17

Although a fair distance from the Atlantic Ocean and any sea-dwelling creatures, we had the potential for altogether different encounters with wildlife here in the White Mountains. Leaving the quaint isolation of our mountain cottage on Puggy Huddle was hard (it's just so beautiful), but we ventured out and did some exploring through the White Mountains. Whipping southeast through the mountains, we drove faster than the following weather could move. Although not built ...

North Conway to Boston

A travel blog entry by jillmac

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We are completely fogged in today and you can't see the mountains at all. Yesterday it unfortunately rained all day and we had a hailstorm in the evening so we couldn't go on the auto road up to Mount Washington or do much of anything outside. It was very disappointing to not get at least one fine day to do some hiking as there are marked trails everywhere including a vast area that leads out from the ...

White Mountains

A travel blog entry by jillmac

16

... to see a couple of waterfalls until we came to the Flume gorge in the Franconia park. It was a stuuning series of waterfalls that cascaded down through a deep granite gorge. Due to it being a public holiday for Memorial day there were a lot of people there but since we took the long trail which was about 3 and a half kms we managed to get away and avoid some of the fatties, of which there are a lot of here. If you saw the grocery stores ...

North Conway

A travel blog entry by jillmac

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... at the condo so of course on the way back when we drove up the end of the road that the resort is on to see what was there we came across a mother black bear and her two cubs. They were feeding on the side of the road near an unoccupied house and were so close that I could have gotten some fantastic photos. The cubs scrambled up trees and chased after their mother when she went towards the house. We raced back to get the camera but of course they ...

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This hotel, located on 3 Village Road, Waterville Valley, is near Kancamagus Highway, Waterville Valley Resort, and Greeley Pond.
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