ADVENTURES

Connect with WVRD’s recreational professionals for a variety of year-round guided activities. Have fun, meet people and experience new adventures such as wellness walks, biking, hiking and more.

  • Cycling Sunday (Cardigan Mtn. Rd., Alexandria)
    Sun, Sep 25
    WVRD Bus
    There are several views of Mt. Cardigan afforded on this loop which will take riders through Alexandria, New Hampshire. Follow the Fowler River upstream and marvel at the granite formations the movement of water has revealed before flowing downhill on Cardigan Mtn. Rd. past orchards & old farmhouses
  • Group Hike: Skyline Loop (Mt. Tecumseh)
    Sat, Oct 01
    WVRD Bus
    Complete the magnificent new Skyline Loop trail in a series of day-hikes. View Mt. Tecumseh from a fresh perspective by taking a walk to its nearly* 4000 foot summit (*3997 according to latest measurements). The trek will begin at the Mt. Osceola trailhead on Tripoli Rd.
  • Cycling Sunday (Perch Pond Rd.)
    Sun, Oct 02
    WVRD Bus
    Take in two of New Hampshire's famed covered bridges just outside the valley. Scenic Perch Pond will be on the mixed surface route along with some glimpses of the eastern flanks of Squam range mountains Morgan and Percival.
  • Cycling Sunday (Perch Pond Rd.)
    Sun, Oct 02
    Waterville Valley Recreation Department
    Take in two of New Hampshire's famed covered bridges just outside the valley. Scenic Perch Pond will be on the mixed surface route along with some glimpses of the eastern flanks of Squam range mountains Morgan and Percival.
  • Group Hike: Skyline Loop (Snows Mt. and Cascades)
    Sat, Oct 22
    WVRD Bus
    Complete the magnificent new Skyline Loop trail in a series of day-hikes. Close the loop with views of the valley from Snows Mountain, and the sound of the splendid series of cascades along the trail of the same name.
  • Cellar Hole Hiking Tour
    Sat, Nov 19
    Waterville Valley Recreation Department
    Who dug those holes in the woods and neatly stacked the rocks lining them? Join us as we locate long-abandoned Waterville Valley home-sites & cemeteries and share stories gathered by Preston Conklin about the folks who created them.