4 days in White Mountains Itinerary

4 days in White Mountains Itinerary

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Woodstock
— 2 nights
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Franconia
— 1 night
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Woodstock

Your day by day itinerary now includes Jackson Falls as well as Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves. Take a break from Woodstock with a short trip to Mt. Washington Auto Road in Gorham, about 1h 5 min away.

To see photos, ratings, where to stay, and tourist information, go to the Woodstock trip itinerary planner.

New York City to Woodstock is an approximately 5.5-hour car ride. You can also do a combination of flight and car. Traveling from New York City in August, expect Woodstock to be little chillier, temps between 78°F and 54°F. On the 9th (Sun), wrap the sightseeing up by early afternoon so you can drive to Franconia.

Things to do in Woodstock

Parks · Nature · Wildlife · Theme Parks

Side Trips

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Franconia

Franconia is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. Your day by day itinerary now includes The Basin at Franconia Notch State Park as well as Echo Lake Beach. On the 9th (Sun), take in the dramatic natural features at The Basin at Franconia Notch State Park.

To see reviews, where to stay, ratings, and more tourist information, use the Franconia holiday app.

Franconia is just a stone's throw from Woodstock. In August in Franconia, expect temperatures between 77°F during the day and 52°F at night. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 10th (Mon) early enough to drive back home.

Things to do in Franconia

Parks · Nature · Outdoors · Historic Sites

White Mountains travel guide

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Scenic Drive · Geologic Formations · Theme Parks
The vast White Mountains cover not only a quarter of New Hampshire, but also a good portion of western Maine. A popular holiday destination for hiking and camping throughout the year, this mountain range includes some of the most rugged terrain in New England. Most of the area is public land, with a number of state parks and a sprawling national forest. The range includes 48 peaks over 1,200 m (4,000 ft) tall, popularly known as the "four-thousand footers." Mount Washington stands out among these, at 1,917 m (6,288 ft), as the highest peak in the northeastern section of the United States. To explore the mountains while on vacation, you can park at the national forest's trailheads, but be sure to purchase a parking permit at any of the area's visitor centers first.