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Loon is an all-season recreation area located in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest, within two hours of Boston and three hours of Providence. Although an excellent ski resort, Loon also offers a variety of summer and fall activities, including a climbing wall, Aerial Forest Adventure Park and zipline voyages.

Loon offers New Hampshire’s longest scenic gondola, which glides passengers to the 2,733-foot summit of Loon Peak, where visitors can access an observation tower, nature trail and the summit glacial caves. Explore Loon and the White Mountains by bicycle with a two-hour, four-hour or full-day bicycle rental from the base area.

Jack O'Lantern Resort

(800-227-4454 or 603-745-8121; http://www.jackolanternresort.com) Route 3, Woodstock, NH. This is an 18-hole, par-70, 6,000-yard course with gently rolling terrain, lots of doglegs, and a railroad running through the middle. The course is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest and bordered by the Pemigewasset River. Pro shop. Full Article

Hiking In Loon

There are many ways to see Loon. One of the best ways is on your own two feet.

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Flying High In Loon

Climb aboard Loon's gondola sky ride to the summit for a bird's eye view of the surrounding mountains, and access to Loon's summit adventures. Loon's summit opens another world of activities. Take the Loon Mountain Gondola Skyride (http://www.loonmtn.com/info/summer/gondola.asp) to the summit for...

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  • Flying High In Loon

    Climb aboard Loon's gondola sky ride to the summit for a bird's eye view of the surrounding mountains, and access to Loon's summit adventures. Loon's summit opens another world of activities. Take the Loon Mountain Gondola Skyride (http://www.loonmtn.com/info/summer/gondola.asp) to the summit for a 360-view of the impressive White Mountains. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Biking In Loon

    There are many ways to see Loon. One of the best ways is by mountain bike. There are miles of cross-country trails and logging roads for mountain biking, plus scenic roads perfect for on-road biking. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Owl's Nest Resort & Golf Club

    (888-695-6378 or 603-726-3076; http://owlsnestgolf.com/html/clubhouse.html), 40 Clubhouse Lane, Campton, NH. An 18-hole, par 72, 6,818-yard championship course featuring a Geoffrey Cornish layout. Five sets of tees on each hole, bent-grass fairways, and manicured greens. Golf shop, driving range, full-service restaurant and tavern. PGA instruction. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Looking for Loon's Past

    This part of the country begs to be explored. If you get out there, you'll be surprised at what you might find. Check out the Pemi River Historical Society. Open limited hours, it offers a history of the logging industry in Lincoln and some artifacts from the Grand Resort days. (http://www.lincoln.lib.nh.us/history.htm) Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • The Waterfalls Of Loon

    There are a number of waterfalls in the Lincoln, N.H., area, including The Basin, a large pothole pool, also called "The Old Man's Foot Basin." Waterfall enthusiasts should take the opportunity to follow the Basin-Cascades Trail for more lovely views, cascades and waterfalls. Also check out The Flume Gorge. The walk through this natural chasm takes you past waterfalls and scenic pools. Full Article

    1st May 2009

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