Summer Mountain Tubing Is Superb And You Can Try It Right Here In New Hampshire
Just because there’s no snow on the ground doesn’t mean that you can’t go tubing in NH. You can combine what you love about summer in New Hampshire — time in the sun, on the water, in the mountains, and more — with what you love about the winter. In fact, during the summer, one of the most thrilling things to do in New Hampshire is tubing!
Learn more about what Cranmore Mountain Resort has to offer.
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What's the most beautiful hike in New Hampshire?
Choosing the most beautiful hike in the Granite State isn’t an easy task. But here are two for starters if you are looking for things to do in New Hampshire. Located outside of North Conway, you’ll find Diana’s Baths. Here, you’ll get a taste of a lot of the beauty nature has to offer in New Hampshire: forests, waterfalls, and swimming. The 1.3-mile trail is nice and flat, making it perfect for any skill or age hiker. Over in Lincoln, there’s the Flume Gorge Trail, a two-mile loop featuring wooden boardwalks that take you through a narrow gorge. Along the way, you’ll see interesting rock formations, waterfalls, and streams.
Which state parks should I visit in New Hampshire?
There are 93 state parks within New Hampshire’s 9,349 square miles. Part of the White Mountain National Forest, Franconia Notch State Park in Lincoln has over 30 hiking trails as well as opportunities for swimming in Echo Lake, fishing, biking, rock climbing, and more. You can also take the aerial tramway or visit the New England Ski Museum. At almost 14,000 acres, Pisgah State Park in Winchester is the largest in the state. Here, you can take in the ponds, ridges, wetlands, and old-growth forest through such activities like hiking, biking, fishing, boating, and swimming and snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter.
Where can I go tubing in New Hampshire?
Aside from Cranmore Mountain Resort, there are several other places for tubing in NH. The Pemigewasset River runs for 65 miles. It’s a great river for tubing and there is a shuttle service from the Pemi River Campground in Thornton. Located near the state’s border with Vermont, the Connecticut River is 410 miles long and flows through not only New Hampshire, but also Vermont, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. For tubing in NH, take a trip with Great River Outfitters, whose trips vary from just three hours to eight.