Attitash Mountain Village

Route 302, Bartlett, White Mountains, New Hampshire, 03812, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on Route 302, Bartlett, is near Attitash Bear Peak, Crawford Notch State Park, White Mountain Trail, and Rail and River Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Bartlett

    Possible end of hike injuries?

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... up mail drops, then we all had dinner together, then he dropped us off at Hanover! What awesome people we are surrounded by :) , truly amazed by these ladies and guys that we are fortunate enough to cross paths with! We made it to the grocery store in Hanover, and ran into Cowboy (actually a German lady that was hiking with a partner named indian.) at the table. It was late, so we all set up camp right beyound the football field and crashed out. The sleep ...

    DAY 4 - S. PORTLAND - JACKSON VILLAGE

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... Trading Post, a kind of theme park / stopping place. It was the most random place we have ever been. Highlights were: a Segway racetrack, a museum which seemed to be dedicated to old car batteries and gramophones (an obvious mix), live bear shows, and a working steam railway. We watched the bear show with mixed feelings. The warden came on and explained how the bears are all orphans that have been found injured and nursed back to health, how ...

    True or Thru

    A travel blog entry by i-heart-travel on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... line, another surprise was in store. Ridges (many of them), that need to be body climbed ... Literally pulling myself up with my arms on many of them. Did I mention it's still raining at this point? So we did 4 sub-summits, and then we're faced with a massive one: Mt. Madison, which funnily enough can be broken into "I mad, son!". Yeah, it's mad. But challenging fun. And there's dinner on the other side of this baby. And it's 5.20 now. So we ...

    Day 10/11 Franconia Notch New Hampshire

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jun 20, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... oil change. I noticed the accents changing a bit since we traveled into New Hampshire. They sound a lot more Boston-ish… with caaah instead of car and such. Over all people seem to be very friendly and welcoming to us in these small towns out east.

    The campfire menu late that evening included a pie iron of 3 slices of bread intertwined with red and green pepper and pepper jack cheese. I burnt the bread terribly. Anything over ...

    Climbing Mount Washington

    A travel blog entry by haylowey on Jun 01, 2014

    17 photos

    ... at the summit.

    The good news is there were shuttles that took you back down the mountain. The bad is that Owen didn't want to pay for this service. This meant we needed to 'find a ride' (a.k.a. hitchhike). Sure enough, Owen found a similar-aged couple from Connecticut willing to drive us to our car. It was great getting to know Jason and Lisa during our 30-minute descent. The views on the way down were of a different side of ...