Winter Hiking in Crawford Notch and Franconia Notch’s Flume Gorge

This almost snowless winter has been challenging for us as Innkeepers helping guests find alternatives to snowshoeing here at Bear Mountain Lodge. Normally we measure our snow in feet and our onsite trails are awesome, but with only a couple inches on the ground Michael and I decided to head[…]

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NH’s Leaf Peepers Are In For A Treat

I’ve always found the changing of the leaves an amazing event and the process of nature creating fall foliage is pretty cool. When a leaf has an abundance of chlorophyll, which is green in color, the leaf is green because that chlorophyll hides the other colors and pigments in the[…]

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Your Innkeeper Is Really Thankful This Year!

With Thanksgiving upon us, I was thinking this morning why I’m thankful. As a Mom, I’m thankful that my kids are happy and healthy and enjoying dance, riding lessons and basketball. And I’m very thankful when Connor picks up his sax and plays with Emily who is trying so hard[…]

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Snowshoeing NH’s White Mountains

Michael and I had the perfect end to Christmas Day. With his parents visiting with the kids, we slipped out for an evening snowshoe hike through the property. This was my first evening trek and it was incredible. The temperature was in the teens, the evergreens were covered in a[…]

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