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Travel to Mt. Washington Valley, NH

Planning a Trip

Mt. Washington Valley, NH is accessible by car, plane, and bus.

While it offers a sanctuary away from the fast-pace of metropolitans by being nested in the White Mountains, it has proximity to major airports, it’s in-line with major bussing routes and within a drivable distance from multiple cities.

All you have to do is figure out your route and pack, and before you know it, you’re in the four-season vacation destination, and outdoor mecca that is Mt. Washington Valley, NH!

Flying:


You can arrive to the valley by landing at three major airports that service the White Mountains region, and renting a car to drive the rest of the distance.

 

Logan Airport, Boston, MA - A three hour drive to Mt. Washington Valley, NH, following 93N to 95N to Spaulding Turnpike to Rt. 16 North to North Conway.

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester, NH - A two-hour drive to Mt. Washington Valley, NH, following 93N to exit 23 then Rt. 104 East to Rt. 25E to Rt. 16 North to North Conway. 

Portland International Jetport, Portland, ME - A two-hour drive to Mt. Washington Valley, NH, following Rt. 302W to Rt. 16 to North Conway. 

 

Driving:


Mt. Washington Valley, NH is a drivable distance from many points throughout New England and Canada. It’s accessed by many interstates, but I-93, I-95, and Route 16 are the major highways connecting Mt. Washington Valley, NH to outside cities and states.

Mt. Washington Valley is a 6-hour drive from
NYC, NY 

Mt. Washington Valley is a four-hour drive from:

Montreal Quebec, Canada

Hartford, CT

Bar Harbor, ME

Albany, NY
Providence, RI

 

Mt. WashingtonValley is a two-hour or under drive from:

Portsmouth, NH 

Manchester, NH 

Portland, ME 

Providence, RI 

Canada

Northern Vermont 


Bus and Train:

Concord Coach Lines offers convenient and reliable daily bus service between Boston South Station, Logan Airport, Conway and North Conway!

The Amtrak train connects in Portsmouth, NH and Portland, Maine, following routes up the Northeast Corridor, including Washington, DC, New York and Boston.

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