10 Things To Do In The White Mountains This Fall

10 Things to Do in the White Mountains This Fall

10 Things to do in the White Mountains This FallIf you’re looking for things to do in the White Mountains this fall, other than gaze at the swoon-worthy fall foliage that is all around, we have a few ideas. It all starts with a stay at our luxury Bed and Breakfast, located just minutes from the popular Franconia Notch State Park. The Sugar Hill Inn is renowned for its romantic ambiance, luxury amenities, world-class restaurant, and extensive wine list. This fall is the perfect opportunity to discover new waterfalls and hiking trails, seek out picturesque covered bridges, and otherwise take in the incredible scenery of the White Mountains in the fall.  To get started on your journey, book your room at our White Mountains Bed and Breakfast today.

10 Memorable Things to do in the White Mountains This Fall

New Hampshire’s White Mountains are known for their soaring beauty and have a stellar reputation for fall foliage. This fall is already off to a wonderful start. Fall Colors should reach their peak within the next couple of weeks, but the show will stick around through October. The colors of fall set the perfect backdrop for a getaway to the White Mountains. 

10 Things to do in the White Mountains This FallOnce you’re here, there’s plenty of things to do and see.  Here are 10 of our favorite things to do in the White Mountains in the fall:

  1. Take a ride to the top of Cannon Mountain on the 80-passenger aerial tram. At the summit, you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the White Mountains. It’s beautiful any time of the year, but exceptional during the fall. The scenic gondola at Loon Mountain is another great choice.
  2. Hike through the Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch State Park. It’s one of our favorite places to send guests. As you complete the 2-mile hike, you’ll discover covered bridges, amazing waterfalls, a scenic pool, and incredible mountain views. For more great hikes in the White Mountains to take this fall, read our recent blog
  3. Go Ziplining with Alpine Adventures, and enjoy a true birds-eye view of the White Mountains around you.
  4. Take in the magistic views from the Mt. Washington Auto Road before it closes for the season. There’s plenty to explore as you make your way to the incredible summit of Mt. Washington.
  5. If you don’t feel like driving on steep mountain roads, get to the top of Mount Washington another way; on the Cog Railway. It’s a unique and must-do activity when visiting the White Mountains.
  6. Go wine Tasting at Seven Birches Winery at Loon Mountain. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, you can join the winery for an informal Meet the Winemakers’ winery tour.
  7. Walk to one (or more) of the many stunning waterfalls in the White Mountains.  Read a previous blog for our favorites.
  8. Get a taste of the White Mountains at Harman’s Cheese and Country Store.
  9. Visit the many delightful covered bridges in the White Mountains, many of which are framed by some of the best fall foliage around. 
  10. Unwind and enjoy dinner at our award-winning restaurant. The table is yours for the night to sip, savor, and unwind. 

Best Lodging in the White Mountains

There’s a lot to love about your time spent at the Sugar Hill Inn in the White Mountains. What sets us apart from other lodgings in the White Mountains is our cozy yet sophisticated vibe you’ll find, coupled with a delicious Bed and Breakfast experience and unbeatable hospitality. Whether you spend your days adventuring in the White Mountains or curled up in our cozy accommodations, you’ll find that the Sugar Hill Inn is the perfect country hideaway. Sit back and enjoy the good life with us this fall.  Book your room at our New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast today.