North Conway has an Inn, where Christmas found a year-round home.
This is one of the oldest Country Inns in New England. It opened in 1863
Kearsarge Rd, North Conway
March 22th :Kids ski FREE at Wildcat 1-800-255-6439
1-888 SKI WILD
April 9-11th : Rite of Spring Express and Parade, Conway Scenic Railroad 603-356-8776
May 9 : Mom's ride FREE when with children, Conway Scenic RR 603-356-5251
June TBA -17th Biker Appreciation- Mt. Washingtom Auto Road/Wildcat 800-255-6439
June 5: Annual Fishing Derby , US Forest Service, 603-466-2713 (x232)
June 20th , Dad's ride Wildcat Gondola Skyride Free when with children
July 4th : Plane, Trains, classical Automobiles: Conway Scenic RR
July 14th Alpine Discovery Gondula Skyride to the Summit, Wildcat 800-255-6439
July 15th : Arts Jubilee Family Concert at Schouler Park 603-356-9393
July 21th : Pond Full Of Fun, Wildcat 800-255-6439
July 28th Wildcat trail to Thompson Brook Falls 800-255-6439
July 29th Symphony Concert at Schouler Park, fireworks 603-356-5701
Just behind the fence is a steep ledge where rock-climbers try to conquer the rocks.
Fondest memory: The mountains are breath-taking. From here you can see the White Mountains. The town of Conway lays below. In the distance you can see ski-slopes they are very busy in the winter.
A mountain with a gigantic rock ledge called 'White Horse Ledge'
The Indians thought of it quite special.
When the sun shines on it and you look closely ,
you can see a large white horse image on the stone.
Fondest memory: We had an exchange student from Italy with us.
We went to Cathedral Ledge where you have a beautiful view over the mountains and the valley.
The Town of North Conway sits nestled between the trees below.
North Conway has the looks and the charm of the olden days . And at the same time, the outlet stores are filled with the latest fashon and designer clothes.
Getting to Conway is easy: From the South take i-93 north to exit 32 in Lincoln, and head east on Route 112, the Kancamagus Highway, known also as the 'Kank'
This 34-mile scenic byway is one of the most breathtaking routes in this erea. It runs right through the middle of the White Mountain National Forest.
Stop and see Rocky Gorge , about 26 miles east, a bridge over the loud falls to a footpath around Falls Pond.
The Kank is known for many moose-sightings, especially at dawn, dusk or night. The ' Moose Warning ' signs are not a joke.
Fondest memory: The quaint little stores with their unique treasures.
The Conway Scenic Railway.
Visiting Story Land with our children.
Right at the sout side of West Side Road in Conway are two covered bridges.
Saco River Covered Bridge
Swift River Covered Bridge