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Terrain: This region is the most mountainous section of the state. Several highways go over mountain passes, which often include several miles of steady climbing followed by several miles of descent.
Traffic: Traffic in this region can be heavy on summer weekends and during fall foliage. Because of its regional shopping draw, traffic around North Conway may be heavy throughout the year.
Services: The highest concentrations of services are located near Conway, Waterville Valley, Lincoln and Littleton.
Highlights: The White Mountain Region hosts the 780,000-acre White Mountain National Forest. The Kancamagus Highway (NH Route 112 between Lincoln and Conway) is a scenic route for cyclists looking for a challenge.
Documents: White Mountains Map
White Mountains Info




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