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- White Mountains Attractions: Visit the White Mountains and its 16 terrific family attractions. Spend the entire day at one attraction, visit several in a day or plan your vacation to include all of the attractions. The distances between the White Mountains Attractions are short and the roads are scenic. While here, try some other White Mountains activities. Take a hike, swim, have a picnic, bike, golf, visit a historic site or enjoy tax-free shopping.

- National Caves Association: Explore a cave near you and see why millions of visitors each year go underground in search of family fun, adventure, and education. This site provides a directory of caves open to the public.

- New Hampshire State Parks: New Hampshire State Parks provide a variety of recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities, and offer year-round recreation fun for the whole family!

- New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism: Get information on the entire state's attractions, accommodations, and recreation.

- Lincoln/Woodstock Chamber of Commerce: In this easily accessible and naturally beautiful region, charming New England villages dot valleys surrounded by soaring peaks. A wide variety of year round recreation is always at your doorstep or just a scenic ride away.

- Franconia Notch Chamber of Commerce: Immerse yourself in the unspoiled great outdoors of the Franconia Notch region in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Breathtaking views, spectacular snow capped mountain peaks, pristine waterfalls, glacier lakes, moose and bear, historic covered bridges, and a tradition of warm hospitality welcome visitors from around the world.

- Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests: The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is now one of the country's most effective statewide land conservation organizations. As a non-profit membership organization, the Forest Society is dedicated to protecting the state's most important landscapes while promoting the wise use of its renewable natural resources.

- Lost River Weather Tower: What is it?? In 2006 the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NH DOT) installed a Road Weather Information System (RWIS) to collect and display data from a network of pavement and atmospheric sensors. The data collected is part of a network that provides up-to-date site-specific weather and pavement conditions throughout the State. Lost River Gorge is very fortunate to host one of these technological weather stations; you'll find the station located in our upper parking lot. In 2007, the DOT installed an on site informational display to provide visitors with an opportunity to learn about the information collected. The latest RWIS atmospheric data collected from Lost River Gorge is available online at the NH DOT's website. To take a peek, click here...