KAYAKING, CANOEING & FISHING
The ride up the jeep trail to Meader (Wachipauka) Pond in Warren is rated as moderate and at 1.6 miles you reach the scenic pond.
For a local, more stenuous ride try the trail up Blueberry Mountain in Warren.
Hiking in the White Mountains and surrounding areas ranges from kid and dog-friendly hikes to our more challenging "4000-footers" and the pinnacle for all advanced hikers, Mount Washington (6,288 feet at the summit). The popular Appalachian Trail crosses right through the center of Warren and some of the most beautiful waterfalls and natural stone formations are located along the Kancamagus (Rt 112) and most are short, easy walks.
There is some wonderful, scenic flatwater paddling within 10 minutes of the house. There are also some wonderful fishing holes on the Baker River, which is stocked with trout by the fishery here in Warren.
Lake Armington: sits at the foothills of the White Mountains in Piermont. Known as one of the cleanest lakes in New Hampshire and stocked with trout, bass, and perch.
Lake Tarleton: also located in Piermont, The park is open to the public year-round at no charge. The boat launch is located 1/4 mile from the park, and just 5.4 miles from the house. It is stocked with Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Pickerel, and Horned Pout.
The closest area for rock climbing to us is located in the town of Rumney (about 10 miles away). It's a popular area for what has been described as "some of the best sport climbing in the Northeast" thanks to its crags that are scattered across the side of Rattlesnake Mountain.
Some other classic places for rock climbing include Cathedral Ledge (N. Conway), Whitehorse Ledge (N. Conway), Frankenstein Cliffs (Crawford Notch) and Cannon Cliffs (Franconia Notch).
Loon Mountain Resort: 21 miles from house. 3 peaks, 61 trails, terrain parks, 2100 foot vertical drop.
Dartmouth Skiway: located 23 miles from the house, dartmouth skiway is the base of the dartmouth college ski teams and has 2 mountains with runs for all abilities.
Cannon Mountain: 29 miles from the house. 81 trails and glades. Fantastic views. Aerial tramway located here.
Whaleback Mountain: 37 miles from the house. 30 trails. Day and night skiing.
There is so much to do in the White Mountains and tons to see. We can't list everything here, but our favorites are included in our local guide that will be emailed to you upon booking. Some of the more popular destinations for things to see and do include: Clark's Trading Post, Mount Washing Auto Road and Cog Railway, Quincy Bog Nature Area, The Flume Gorge, The Basin, Lost River Gorge & Caves, Polar Caves in Rumney, Lake Squam, Lake Winnipesaukee, Hobo Railroad, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway and the Conway Scenic Railroad.