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Endless possibilities

With so many things to see and do while visiting New Hampshire’s North Conway and Mount Washington Valley region, the choices are as endless as the views. To help guide you in your vacation planning efforts, Eastern Slope Inn has assembled the following pages as a resource guide to attractions, outdoor adventure and regional activities to ensure no stone is left un-turned while visiting the Mount Washington Valley.

6288’ of awe-inspiring wonder

“Mount Washington,” 6,288 feet of granite, with over 1,500′ being in an alpine and tundra climate. Home to the world’s worst weather, with a recorded wind gust of 231 mph (372 km/h or 103 m/s) on the afternoon of April 12, 1934, Mount Washington’s average yearly high temperature is 54 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows dropping to -4 degrees. It is not uncommon for winter wind chills reach -100 degrees.

The Mountains are calling and I must go – John Muir

The Mount Washington Valley and North Conway region offer an abundance of outdoor activities, attractions, and scenic vistas encompassed by the natural splendor of snow-covered mountain peaks and wildlife in a purely pristine environment..

mount Washington valley

Endless possibilities

With so many things to see and do while visiting New Hampshire’s North Conway and Mount Washington Valley region, the choices are as endless as the views. To help guide you in your vacation planning efforts, Eastern Slope Inn has assembled the following pages as a resource guide to attractions, outdoor adventure and regional activities to ensure no stone is left un-turned while visiting the Mount Washington Valley.

summer attractions

The Mountains are calling and I must go – John Muir

The Mount Washington Valley and North Conway region offer an abundance of outdoor activities, attractions, and scenic vistas encompassed by the natural splendor of snow-covered mountain peaks and wildlife in a purely pristine environment. Nowhere else in New England can you experience such diversification, from alpine arctic conditions above tree-line on Mount Washington to frozen lakes, skiing and snowboarding to snowshoeing and X-C trails.

View Attractions 

Sunset on Pea Porridge Pond

We All Have Mountains to Climb… Just Different Summits to Reach

New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley and White Mountains attract outdoor enthusiasts from every corner of the globe. From families hiking the regions expansive trail systems to mountaineers training in the Presidential Range for summit bids on Mount Everest, the region is decorated by nature’s splendor and adorned by all who visit and call this place home.

Outdoor Adventure 

The Swift River Bridge in Conway, NH

Follow the road less traveled

No matter the season, the greater Mount Washington Valley region is surrounded by picturesque landscapes, from rolling rivers and towering mountain peaks to the vibrant greens of pine forests contrasted by a stand of white birch. If you look close enough, you may just be surprised to see the quiet giant of the North Woods looking back. For the scenic drives described below not only provide the best access to scenic landscapes, they also boast the greatest chances of seeing a moose.

Scenic Drives 

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6288’ of awe-inspiring wonder

Welcome to the crown jewel of New Hampshire’s White Mountains’ Presidential Range, “Mount Washington,” 6,288 feet of granite, with over 1,500′ being in an alpine and tundra climate. Home to the world’s worst weather, with a recorded wind gust of 231 mph (372 km/h or 103 m/s) on the afternoon of April 12, 1934, Mount Washington’s average yearly high temperature is 54 degrees Fahrenheit and average lows dropping to -4 degrees. It is not uncommon for winter wind chills reach -100 degrees.
Mount Washington

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Where mountain cuisine and spirits meet

From the Flatbread Company at Eastern Slope inn to fine dining, and cafés to brunch and après ski, the Mount Washington Valley’s up and coming culinary scene offers patrons a taste of home cooking or exquisite meals prepared by some of New England’s most prominent chefs. For additional information on the region’s dining options, visit the Valley Originals at thevalleyoriginals.com.

Restaurants