Located in the gorgeous White Mountains of New Hampshire, RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain features the ultimate in luxury and amenities with luxurious suites thoughtfully adorned with exquisite furniture and décor, private balconies, a fully functioning kitchen, fireplace, and a generous tub in each unit to soak away the day. There’s also a heated all-season pool and hot tub with breathtaking views of the mountains and there are some pet-friendly suites available for furry friends.
Think of RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain like your “basecamp” for your getaway. Relax and stay to enjoy the amenities and then head out and enjoy these amazing attractions, sights, and activities.
Solstice North Day Spa at RiverWalk: Relax and unwind with a professional spa treatment at Solstice North Day Spa. Located onsite, the full-service spa offers a wide array of massage, skin care, nail care, and waxing services.
Seven Birches Winery at RiverWalk: This full-production, commercial winery is located onsite at RiverWalk Resort. The win e is made with the highest quality grapes from around the world, as well as local New Hampshire fruit. Come and give their wine a try in the tasting room, which is open daily in the afternoon and evenings.
Ziplining: Soar through the trees on one of three different zipline tours offered by Alpine Adventures. The Treetop Canopy Tour is great for families and anyone trying out a zipline for the first time.
Tram Ride: Ride to the 4,080-foot summit of Cannon Mountain via the tram. On a clear day, you can see the stunning scenery of New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New York, and Canada.
Fire Tower: Climbing on some of the highest peaks in New Hampshire, you can climb even higher than the summit – if there’s a fire tower. From the Loon Mountain Fire Tower, you can see the all of the White Mountains from this perch.
Fishing: When the lake waters thaw, hungry fish in the rivers, lakes, and streams of New Hampshire start biting. Trout thrive in the cold water of the White Mountains region.
Mountain Biking: The White Mountain National Forest offers mountain biking and is open year-round. All trails and roads in the forest are open to mountain biking, except for the Appalachian Trail and designated wilderness areas.
Hiking: Hiking in the White Mountains in the spring can be a little muddy, a little snowy, or a bit of both. But the scenery is beautiful and spring air is invigorating. Be sure to bring an extra sweater or jacket since the weather can be unpredictable.
See the Waterfalls: The many waterfalls of the region are at their most impressive during the spring thanks to the snow melt. The Flume and Silver Cascades and Rocky Gorge and Lower Falls are fantastic and can be viewed without having to hike up off the road.
Golfing: Many different golf courses in the area to set up a tee time.