With hundreds of miles of trails all around the state, there’s no better way to experience all the wilderness New Hampshire has to offer than on a snowmobile. Guided snowmobile tours of the White Mountain area are fun filled, safe, and guaranteed to be something you will never forget. If a snowmobile is a little too much for you or your party, take a trip on one of their custom off road Pinzgauers (Swiss army transport vehicles). Padded bucket seats can fit up to 11 passengers, and gnarly trails and stunning vistas make this a 4-wheeling experience like none other in the White Mountains. $75-$149/1-3 hours/snowmobile; $36 per person/off road safari; 603-745-9911.
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