Discovering the Seasons with Greatland Trails and Mount Washington Auto Road
Autumn, with its stunning array of colors and crisp air, is rapidly approaching, and in the White Mountains, it promises to be an enchanting spectacle. Recently, I had the privilege of sitting down in the North Conway studio with the vibrant team from Greatland Trails and the Mount Washington Auto Road: Lisa McCoy and Megan Moody Schwarz. The insights they shared give us all a reason to celebrate the changing seasons.
Three Popular Swimming Holes in the White Mountains: Dive into Nature!
As summer heats up, nothing compares to the refreshing embrace of a natural swimming hole. The White Mountains offer an array of picturesque spots, each with its unique charm, to help you escape the scorching sun and cool down. This week, we’ve got “Three to Try” for you. But before we dive in (pun intended!), an important reminder: these aren’t your typical swimming pools. Natural water levels fluctuate due to various weather conditions. So, always ensure safety first and consult with officials if you’re unsure about current conditions.
Embarking on a hiking adventure is a delightful way to bond as a family. For beginners or families with young children, the key is choosing the right trails. It’s crucial that these early experiences are positive, so youngsters feel a sense of accomplishment and can truly appreciate the beauty that nature offers.
Breakfast Spots in White Mountains: More than Just Three to Try
Greetings, breakfast enthusiasts! If there’s one meal that sets the tone for your day, it’s undoubtedly breakfast. If you happen to be near White Mountains, you’re in for some delightful morning treats. Initially, we intended to list just three breakfast restaurants in our segment, aptly titled “Three to Try”. But guess what? We’re rule breakers! So, let’s dive right into a more extensive list of must-visit breakfast spots, as discussed with our panelists, Chelsea and Hans.