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Since 1861, a spectacular, steep eight-mile scenic road that leads to the top of Mount Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast. Drive yourself or take a 2 hour guided tour in company vans. Mt. Washington State Park and the Mt Washington...more
We knew we love this drive, great fun, marvellous scenery, easy parking at the top and lots of turnouts on the way up and down for photo stops. The descriptive cd they give you is really good and well worth playing as you drive, still...More
I was so glad when we got back down off the mountain. Some of the road was so scary (especially if you are afraid of heights). It was nice though to get up high and see the beautiful views (and to get that must-have bumper...More
We took a guided tour up and would recommend it for most people-it can be pretty nerve wracking at times. There were 8 people in the van which was fine. The guide was very nice and informative. We got an hour on the top which...More
Glorious on a clear, calm summer day. I recommend the 3 hour tour to learn more about history, floral & fauna, weather, etc. and leave the driving to a professional. Guide was extremely knowledgeable and we had ample time to wander a bit off the...More
We had some friends come for a visit so we all headed out to the Auto Road. This was a first for everyone on the trip and we were quite pleased with the views and the overall experience. We opted not to eat at the...More
We were 7 of us and went on a sunny Saturday. We thought we would be in line for hours, however we made it up in +-45 minutes and a little shorter on the way down. What a view! It was also very informative &...More
My son drove us up the Mount Washington Auto Road. $31 for car and driver and $9 for each additional passenger. You are given a CD to play on the way up and down that tells you the history of the mountain. The road is...More
This is another MUST DO if you're in the White Mountains. The views are SPECTACULAR and the history from the TipTop House was a fun addition, too. There are SO many amazing photo ops along the way, and of course from the top.
Let me preface this with, I am afraid of heights!! However, I have driven up the auto road many times, early morning at dusk (my husband was doing the bike race) so I couldn't really see how high up I was in the darkness of...More
I believe the snow coach is only available mid-december through march but maybe you can call and see if they are still operating since they may have snow still there. And like the above reviewer stated, it says $49 per... More
I believe the snow coach is only available mid-december through march but maybe you can call and see if they are still operating since they may have snow still there. And like the above reviewer stated, it says $49 per senior.