The possibilities are endless
There’s no place like the Mount Washington Valley for fair-weather activities. Walk right out your door of our expansive resort and experience the “OUTBACK” at Attitash Mountain Village. Walk to the Saco River or take a bike ride through the Outback’s mountain bike trails. Board the Conway Scenic Railroad right at Whistle Stop platform to go into North Conway and explore the shops.
The possibilities are endless
There’s no place like the Mount Washington Valley for winter activities. Access a variety of family friendly excursions right from Attitash Mountain Village! Cross country ski in the Outback or go ice skating in our man-made skating rink.
Get out and ride
Experience the solitude of the mountains and the thrill of riding in a pristine, natural setting along the Saco River and old forest of pine and hardwoods. Attitash Mountain Village’s network of mountain bike trails is accessible to all riding enthusiasts from beginner to expert, linking to additional trail systems throughout the Mount Washington Valley.
Paddle the Saco River
The opportunities for outdoor adventure at Attitash Mountain Village are endless, and with the Saco River traveling along the outer boundaries of the resort, kayaking its waters offers a memorable experience for boating enthusiasts of all abilities. Depending upon the time of the year and amount of snow melt and rainfall, the Saco River can take on many personalities. From tranquil babbling waters, to class II and III rapids, the Saco River offers something for all paddling enthusiasts.
Native trout abound on the Saco River
From brown trout to rainbows, anglers have been traveling to the Mount Washington Valley for some of the region’s top native fishing spots. The rolling Saco River, pure in its setting and as clear as glass, offers traditional and fly-fishing anglers and unblemished mountain landscape on the outskirts of Attitash Mountain Village resort. NH fishing license required.
Experience nature at its finest
Nestled amongst towering pines along the flowing waters of the Saco River, Attitash Mountain Village Guests can step right from their door step and out onto the trail. Experience scenic landscapes, connect to additional networks of trails and take in the beauty of the Mount Washington Valley. Along the way, on a trail less traveled, you may even encounter the elusive, yet often sought-after moose feeding in one of the many ponds or upon the river banks.
Downhill Skiing and Riding
Directly across from Attitash Mountain Village is Attitash Mountain Resort – one of the largest ski resorts in the Mount Washington Valley. Get your tickets at the front desk and walk across the street for two mountains and beginner to expert level terrain. A short ride down the road is also Wildcat Mountain, Black Mountain, Cranmore Mountain and Bretton Woods.
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Experience the Beauty of Nature on Skis
Access over 60-kilometers of pristine groomed cross country terrain traveling along the flowing waters of the Saco River amongst towering pines, and open fields – offering majestic cliff-side and summit views. Attitash Mountain Village guests can step right from their doorstep and out onto the trail, experiencing the natural scenery and splendor of the Mount Washington Valley. Bear Notch Ski Touring grooms the trails up to Attitash Mountain Village.
For rentals and more visit their website.
Become One with the Great Outdoors
Experience the wonders of nature as you travel through pine forests and along the Saco River as you traverse Attitash Mountain Village’s natural snowshoe trails. Be sure to watch for moose, bald eagles, beaver, mink and deer. Nature awaits your arrival at Attitash Mountain Village. Snowshoes are available to sign-out at the Front Desk for the whole family.
Step back in time when life was simpler and experience the majestic wonder of sleigh bells echoing through the forest of towering pines as the snow glistens, illuminated by lanterns on the trees guiding the way to lifelong memories. Welcome to Attitash Mountain Village’s Sleigh Rides.
Two ice rinks for skating and hockey
With the snow falling, and laughter echoing among the mountain hollows, families can be found gliding across the ice making figure eights, pushing a puck with stick in hand, or gliding between Mom and Dad’s legs as they try skating for the first time.