Thursday, December 16, 2010

Lincoln, New Hampshire

Lincoln is a small town on the southern end of Franconia Notch in New Hampshire, which is one of the major passes through the White Mountain area. I think of Lincoln as the beginning of the "White Mountain Region" when I'm driving north on Interstate 93, though I believe officially the White Mountain Region begins a bit to the south.

In addition to being a gateway to the White Mountain National Forest, Lincoln offers plenty of attractions and services on its own. The Town is home to Loon Mountain, one of the major ski areas of the region. There are a number of different hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts. There are also several restaurants and shopping outlets. Lincoln is also the southern end of the Kancamagus Highway, one of the most scenic drives in the White Mountains and is home to a scenic railroad ride.

Read the full review of Lincoln, New Hampshire on Epinions

Check out more reviews of New Hampshire destinations, activities and resources:
Hiking Guide to Mount Washington and Presidential Range
AMC White Mountain Guide
Tuckerman Ravine (NH)
Mount Washington State Park
Mount Washington Cog Railway
Mount Washington Auto Road
Franconia Notch State Park
The Flume
The Basin
Cannon Mountain Aerial Tram
Cannon Mountain
Wildcat Mountain
Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves
North Conway

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