While staying at the Darby Field Inn, you are invited to relax and enjoy the amenities offered at the Inn or explore the area around us.
The eastern White Mountain region of New Hampshire is a four season destination known for the highest peak in the Northeast, Mt. Washington at 6,288 feet, and the 780,000+ acre White Mountain National Forest.
The Mt. Washington Valley area is made up of several quaint New England villages, each is decorated with white church steeples, covered bridges, scenic views, and unique shops and galleries. You'll also find nearly endless recreational opportunities, making this an outdoor lovers paradise!
Spring & Summer Activities:
*Visit a local Sugar House and watch local maple syrup being made
*Fly fish a variety of rivers, streams and lakes
*Golf over 100 holes at 7 area courses all within a short drive from the Inn
*Bike hundreds of miles of roads or trails
*Explore our rivers and lakes in a Kayak or Canoe
*Learn to Climb to new heights at some world class locations in our area with one of the country's oldest climbing schools
*Ride to the sky on the Mt. Washington Auto Road or Cog Railroad
*Horseback Ride along riverside or mountain trails
*Attend a Summer Theater performance at one of several area theaters, or a musical show at Stone Mountain Arts Center.
The highlight of fall is nature's own breathtaking display of color to enjoy on a scenic drive, by gondola or hiking one of many mountain trails. Fall is also fair time. Plan to attend The Fryeburg Fair (October 4 - 11, 2015) or Sandwich Fair (October 9 - 12, 2015) while in the area! Area attractions are all open through Columbus Day weekend.
*Cross Country Ski or Snowshoe over 450 KM of trails
*Downhill Ski or Ride over 350 trails and glades
*Ride a Mountain Coaster or Snow Tube
*Travel over 6000 miles of groomed Snowmobile trails for some of the best riding in New England
*Ice Skate indoors or on one of the many outdoor rinks
*Try your skills at Ice Climbing
*Continue your workout routine at one of the area Fitness Centers.
Be sure to review our Calendar of Annual Events to help you decide when to visit
and read our Area Resource Links for quick access to area details.