Snowy Owl Inn

Address: 41 Village Road, Waterville Valley, White Mountains, New Hampshire, 03215, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 41 Village Road, Waterville Valley, is near Kancamagus Highway, Waterville Valley Resort, and Greeley Pond.
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    Travel Blogs from Waterville Valley

    Live Free or Die Hard

    A travel blog entry by rissassipa on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... with the group at Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Had a nice lunch there and checked out the shop. Then we headed a few miles away to Ben and Jerry's!

    The tour of Ben and Jerry's ice cream factory near Burlington, VT was fantastic. Very informative; we got to see a lot of great marketing and business ideas from a company that's been doing things right for over 40 years. The business teacher in me got a lot out of it ...

    We're on top of the world!

    A travel blog entry by puckfly on May 14, 2015

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    ... around with childish excitement, Tuukka included.
    This included a visit to the little gift shop, look out terrace and a glance at the weather station.

    The return trip down was a little anti-climactic as we were somewhat prepared for the road conditions, and welcomed the climate change from low 30's back to the warm 80s!

    If you get the chance, get up there and visit the summit. It'll be an experience I won't forget and am pretty sure you won't either
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    When exactly does a walk become a hike?

    A travel blog entry by thereisnoplan on Apr 29, 2015

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    ... the light! Walking back was slippery in parts but downhill, so took only 40 minutes and we arrived back at the car hungry and ready for dinner.

    Driving back to the hostel we wondered whether it qualified as a hike. When does a walk become a hike? We decided that there definitely needs to be some sort of off-road element to it, preferably in woods or mountains, and definitely not somewhere you can catch public transport should you get lazy and decide not to ...

    North Conway - New Hampshire

    A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... American gps lady, didn't take us by the most direct route and took us through the back roads but it gave us an opportunity to see Connecticut, Maine and New Hampshire that you just don't see see from a highway. There is still a lot of snow in the countryside completely surrounding the houses and on the roofs. Just like in the postcards. We also needed a restroom stop and Rosie happened to find this little diner called Scoops (a name that will become obvious in a minute). As ...

    Day 75 Lincoln, NH To Fryeburg, NH Mile: 3,924

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... into Fryeburg, ME and check out lodging options. Maura choppered ahead and made arrangements to stay at a deserted campground several miles west of town. We set up the Kelty within sight of the slow moving Saco River.
    The empty campground gave us an eerie, kinda uncomfortable feeling, but we had a good night's sleep for $30.





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