Best Time to Visit New Hampshire
Hundreds of thousands of Canadians and travellers from Boston and other american places regularly visit the White Mountains and its main references: Mount Washington, Lincoln, Conway or Bretton Woods and Franconia Notch valleys...
Best time to visit White Mountains and Mount Washington
When not to go to the White Mountains and Mount Washington
MAIN GEOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
WHAT TO VISIT IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS?
Highest peak in Northeast America and a major tourist destination for sight-seeing, summer hikers and winter skiers.
Top mountain resort
Magnificent and protected valley
Huge beautiful valley with a state park
Lincoln-North Conway tour
Driving tour in Kancamagus Highway
Zone with plenty of theme parks, outlet shops, shopping malls and alike.
See: Map of New Hampshire
BEST TIME TO TRAVEL TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS
White Mountains weather is very changeable, with moderate precipitation all year long and very cool snowy days in the winter and adjacent months.
In the higher sites of the White Mountains, weather is extremely severe and snow is very intense in the winter, early spring and late autumn. Winds may also be particularly strong.
You should check previously the weather conditions, before attempting to visit places such as Mount Washington.
White Mountains region are both a winter and summer destination for mountaineers and skiers. But if you are just looking for sceneries, fresh air and the beauties of the region it's best to choose summer, late-spring and early-fall periods.
Fall's foliage - as in other sites of New England - causes many thousands of weekenders to visit the region, so you may want to avoid Autumn's weekends to avoid the crowds.
WHEN NOT TO GO TO WHITE MOUNTAINS AND MOUNT WASHINGTON
In the case of the White Mountains regions, if you aren't a skier, a hiker or an adept of hard outdoors sports, you should avoid November, winter and early spring.
For weather details for New Hampshire see:
Concord New Hampshire Weather Table