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Franconia-Sugar Hill-Easton

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Routes 116, 117 and Sunset Hill Road, Chamber of Commerce/Main St., Franconia, NH 03580
+1 603-823-5661
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Quaint towns and mountain views

It doesnt get any better than driving remote rte 117 through the mountain and small... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2017
geminigirlNewYork
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new york
Adorable

Adorable gift shop and museum. Who knew Betty Davis frequented the place? And other movie stars... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2017
Paula H
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North Billerica, Massachusetts
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6 Jun 2017
“Quaint towns and mountain views”
1 Jun 2017
“Adorable”
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Routes 116, 117 and Sunset Hill Road, Chamber of Commerce/Main St., Franconia, NH 03580
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+1 603-823-5661

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Reviewed 6 June 2017

It doesnt get any better than driving remote rte 117 through the mountain and small towns.....:Scenery is fantastic

1  Thank geminigirlNewYork
Reviewed 1 June 2017

Adorable gift shop and museum. Who knew Betty Davis frequented the place? And other movie stars. Worth the stop.

Thank Paula H
Reviewed 31 August 2016

took this drive on the rainy day of our vacation..lots of great views and stops on the beaten path..wonderful afternoon drive

Thank shelly80884
Reviewed 7 February 2016

This is one of my favorite drives because of the scenery, the restaurants (especially Polly's Pancakes), the little gift shops, the small country churches, and Harmon's Cheese! Great to do any time of year.

Thank NHjo
Reviewed 14 October 2015

This corner of the White Mountains is the ideal place to explore this region. Great scenery, hiking, biking, swimming, food, etc. There is so much to do so here goes: Bike along the Franconia Bike trail. park at the bottom of the Notch, bike 9...More

1  Thank gfolmsted
Reviewed 1 October 2015

We've returned to this area, staying at local B&Bs just about every fall for decades, at the beginning of October. The fall color in the nearby hardwood forests of the White Mountains and roadsides can be beyond spectacular at this time in the best years,...More

1  Thank bb_mccaw
Reviewed 29 June 2015

Wildflower fields and the Lupine Festival for pretty much the month of June was a joy. Flowers were lovely, vistas fantastic, drives wonderful. We even saw a bear on one of the back roads. We stayed for a little over 2 weeks and enjoyed the...More

1  Thank Ruth C
Reviewed 21 October 2014

Beautiful Fall Drive and we were able to stop at a market to get smoked cheddar and crackers. Pretty drive and we didn't have to go far to find the fall colors.

Thank Jeff-Gail W
Reviewed 14 October 2014

beautiful scenery, nice little towns and villages, some great places to eat. well worth the journey. Littleton in particular is a lovely small town with lots of character

1  Thank bigcheuk
Reviewed 10 August 2014

Sugar Hill gives some of the best - if not *the best* - views of the White Mountains. Take a walk down Sunset Street - walk up and back (both directions) - and never grow tired of the views. The views not only vary with...More

1  Thank triptraveller
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