The A Chalet - Guidebook

Kory And Iahissa
Kory And Iahissa
The A Chalet - Guidebook

Food scene

Local restaurants and small grocery store.
Panorama Six82 at Owl's Nest Golf Course. Seasonal menu paired with panoramic mountain views. This is our favorite restaurant in the area.
10 locals recommend
Sunset Room
40 Clubhouse Rd
10 locals recommend
Panorama Six82 at Owl's Nest Golf Course. Seasonal menu paired with panoramic mountain views. This is our favorite restaurant in the area.
The Covered Bridge Farm Table Restaurant has an amazing menu for brunch, lunch and dinner. They also have special menus on holidays, the friendliest staff! The restaurants eating areas offer a main room with a fireplace, an outdoor patio and a glassed porch overlooking the Pemigewasset river.
29 locals recommend
Covered Bridge Farm Table
57 Blair Rd
29 locals recommend
The Covered Bridge Farm Table Restaurant has an amazing menu for brunch, lunch and dinner. They also have special menus on holidays, the friendliest staff! The restaurants eating areas offer a main room with a fireplace, an outdoor patio and a glassed porch overlooking the Pemigewasset river.
Rustic weekend breakfast outpost specializing in pancakes, omelets & housemade maple syrup.
38 locals recommend
Benton's Sugar Shack
2010 New Hampshire 175
38 locals recommend
Rustic weekend breakfast outpost specializing in pancakes, omelets & housemade maple syrup.
The Campton Cupboard little market is a wonderful stop. It offers an incredible variety of items. With a simple look from the outside, inside it has everything you may need for a vacation at the chalet. Items include food, laundry, hygiene, cleaning, fire starters, deli with fresh food, steaks and many others products at great prices.
31 locals recommend
Campton Cupboard
1315 New Hampshire 175
31 locals recommend
The Campton Cupboard little market is a wonderful stop. It offers an incredible variety of items. With a simple look from the outside, inside it has everything you may need for a vacation at the chalet. Items include food, laundry, hygiene, cleaning, fire starters, deli with fresh food, steaks and many others products at great prices.

Sightseeing

Recommended natural sights in the White Mountains National Park.
Mount Washington Auto Road
The Kancamagus highway is a 34 miles of scenic routes cutting right through the White Mountains is incredible all year. This stretch is specially well known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country!
38 locals recommend
Kancamagus Pass
38 locals recommend
The Kancamagus highway is a 34 miles of scenic routes cutting right through the White Mountains is incredible all year. This stretch is specially well known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country!
Artits bluff is a short trail, offering one of the most popular views of Canon Mountain and Fraconia Notch. It's a 1.5 mile loop. The main trail continues down to Route 18 near Echo Lake.
20 locals recommend
Artists Bluff
20 locals recommend
Artits bluff is a short trail, offering one of the most popular views of Canon Mountain and Fraconia Notch. It's a 1.5 mile loop. The main trail continues down to Route 18 near Echo Lake.
The Flume is a natural gorge, 800 feet tall at the base of Mount Liberty. The granite walls rise to a height of 70 to 90 feet and are 12 to 20 feet apart. Guests can choose to walk through just the Gorge or do a two mile loop.
45 locals recommend
The Flume
45 locals recommend
The Flume is a natural gorge, 800 feet tall at the base of Mount Liberty. The granite walls rise to a height of 70 to 90 feet and are 12 to 20 feet apart. Guests can choose to walk through just the Gorge or do a two mile loop.
Welch and Dickey Loop Trail is a 4 miles loop trail located near Thornton, New Hampshire. It features wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October.
7 locals recommend
Welch and Dickey Mount Trail
7 locals recommend
Welch and Dickey Loop Trail is a 4 miles loop trail located near Thornton, New Hampshire. It features wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October.
Beebe River Falls
686 NH-175

Things to do

Loon Mountain Ski resort has a 3,065 vertical drop and 61 trails. It has expanded into an all-season recreation area. Loon features NH’s longest scenic gondola skyride, zipline, aerial forest adventure park, bungee trampoline, the areas’ largest climbing wall, Segway tours, glacial caves and mountain bike rentals and tours.
48 locals recommend
Loon Mountain
48 locals recommend
Loon Mountain Ski resort has a 3,065 vertical drop and 61 trails. It has expanded into an all-season recreation area. Loon features NH’s longest scenic gondola skyride, zipline, aerial forest adventure park, bungee trampoline, the areas’ largest climbing wall, Segway tours, glacial caves and mountain bike rentals and tours.
32 locals recommend
Ice Castles
64 Railroad St
32 locals recommend
Explore jagged rock walls, gigantic boulders, rock-strewn glacial boulder caves, and cascading waterfalls. Elevate your experience by climbing into the Giant Bird Nest to observe fantastic views!
38 locals recommend
Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves
1712 Lost River Road
38 locals recommend
Explore jagged rock walls, gigantic boulders, rock-strewn glacial boulder caves, and cascading waterfalls. Elevate your experience by climbing into the Giant Bird Nest to observe fantastic views!
Polar Caves were formed during the last Ice Age when a glacier moved across the landscape, dropping granite boulders at the base of what’s now known as Hawk’s Cliff. As they fell, the boulders formed passageways, around and through which, they’ve built boardwalks and stairs to allow for deeper exploration.
48 locals recommend
Polar Caves Park
705 New Hampshire 25
48 locals recommend
Polar Caves were formed during the last Ice Age when a glacier moved across the landscape, dropping granite boulders at the base of what’s now known as Hawk’s Cliff. As they fell, the boulders formed passageways, around and through which, they’ve built boardwalks and stairs to allow for deeper exploration.
Museum of the White Mountains
34 Highland St
7 locals recommend