Family Vacation To The White Mountain National Forest In New Hampshire

The title says it all: my family and I went to the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire!

My mom wanted to go skiing for her birthday (which was April 2nd) and we drove to Loon Mountain in Lincoln, NH. I’m so happy that we got to go, I have been wanting to go to the WMNF for a long time. Why? Well, because… THAT’S WHERE MY STORY TAKES PLACE!!!! I had never been there before, so I was so psyched when I finally got to visit. Though I felt like I had had hardly any time to write, I did write half a page while sitting on the balcony of our hotel room, which looked out at the WMNF mountains–it was pretty epic and I couldn’t help but smile as I wrote.

We stayed at Pollard Brook Inn, which was only two miles or so from Loon Mountain, where we skied. We only stayed for three days, but it was amazing. The hotel room was really nice, though it was too hot in temperature (in my opinion). We could see Loon Mountain from our room, which was on the 4th floor. Loon was a beautiful ski hill, and made me like skiing. The view from Loon Peak was just gorgeous, looking out over the mountain terrain. The snow conditions were great, and there was hardly anyone on the hill.

View from our hotel room on a clear day and from my favorite ski trail, Upper Speakeasy

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It was an amazing trip, and we had a ton of fun. I highly recommend going to Loon Mountain and the WMNF if you’re looking for somewhere to vacation at.

 

~Amelia Jacobson

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