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Area Description

The Mt. Washington Valley spans over 25 towns from Fryeburg, Maine to Jackson, New Hampshire, Chocorua to Gorham and every town between Crawford and Pinkham Notch. It's well known for its scenic beauty, tax-free outlet and boutique shopping, golf, hiking and skiing. It’s your home away from home, ensuring that you will enjoy the comforts of what you’re used to and more while you’re staying with us. We have hundreds upon hundreds of things to do and so many great places to stay and dine while you’re doing them! With cozy inns and B&B’s, motels and hotels, fully-functioning resorts, campgrounds and vacation rentals, you will always be taken care of. Dining is no different. Food in the Valley is prepared fresh and restaurants are always trying to use local products and the ambience, service and recipes of the Valley are unique unto themselves. Enjoy any kind of dish from India to the Southwest. Thai, gluten-free, all-natural, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, après-ski, family friendly and fine dining are all right outside your door when you visit. Coffee shops, cafes and delis are perfect for a relaxing meal with a friend or a book or to take-away for a picnic during your daily adventures! And don't forget, Mt Washington Valley offers more than 200 tax-free shops, outlets and boutiques. Yes, that's right. No sales tax in New Hampshire.

Includes Cities/Towns: Bartlett, Conway, Glen, Jackson, North Conway.

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   The variety of attractions in the Mount Washington Valley is sure to satisfy every member of your family. From Guided Tours to Brewery Tours and from Scenic Train/car Rides to specialty Museums, the White Mountains of New Hampshire has it all.

Mt Washington Valley is known for its scenic mountain beauty, tax-free shopping and outdoor adventure. Surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest, Mt Washington Valley offers an impressive variety of hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling options. There are more than 150 lodging options from cozy B&Bs and inns to grand resorts plus campgrounds and motels too. Look for 75 different restaurants offering cuisines from casual to fine from all over the world. We have more than 200 tax-free outlets and shops for those who love shopping. Call 1-877-948-6867 to learn more.


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The rich art community in North Conway NH and the surrounding Mount Washington valley is sure to satiate the most crafty visitor. From antiques to art shows and museums to music, it is all here awaiting your discovery and enjoyment.

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The best way to come to Mt Washington Valley is by car. If flying, there is a small private airport in Fryeburg, ME with no commercial flights. Portland, ME and Manchester, NH are the closest airports - each about 1.5 to 2 hours from Mt Washington Valley.

There is very little public transportation in Mt Washington Valley. Concord Trailways provides bus service from Boston, and otherwise those without cars can call local taxis or walk.

Medical Facilities


Memorial Hospital is not a large urban hospital, but a smaller hospital that serves the region, and is affiliated with MaineHealth, a network of hospitals including Maine Medical Center.

Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  8.0  18.0  28.0  3.5 "
 Feb  10.0  21.0  32.0  3.4 "
 Mar  20.0  30.0  40.0  3.8 "
 Apr  31.0  42.5  54.0  4.4 "
 May  42.0  54.0  66.0  3.9 "
 Jun  52.0  63.5  75.0  4.4 "
 Jul  57.0  68.5  80.0  4.3 "
 Aug  55.0  66.5  78.0  4.5 "
 Sep  46.0  58.0  70.0  3.6 "
 Oct  34.0  45.5  57.0  4.9 "
 Nov  27.0  36.0  45.0  4.8 "
 Dec  15.0  24.0  33.0  4.1 "


The Mount Washington Valley has a snowy wintery climate (avg.20's-40's), a beautiful cool->warm spring (30's-70's), warm (and sometimes humid) summers (avg. 60's-80's), and warm->cool->cold (80's-40's) weather in the fall with spectacular foliage. Winter snowstorms are quickly cleared by our road commissions, and roads are well maintained.

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Cost of Living for Mt Washington Valley, NH

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Housing options in the Mount Washington Valley of New Hampshire's White Mountains hit the full spectrum for size, budget and luxury.

Senior Assistance in Mt Washington Valley, NH

Mt Washington Valley, New Hampshire offers the following assistance for seniors:


The Gibson Center for Senior Services
http://www.gibsoncenter.org/ provides meals, transportation services and social and educational programs to seniors in the greater Mount Washington Valley area.

Job or Volunteer Opportunities

NH Home Care Jobs:
www.gsil.org/home-care/home-care-attendant-hub/home-care-jobs/new-hampshire-home-care-jobs?gclid=CIy9jNyVmMECFS1k7AodVxsABQ

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