Our cabin is on 8 acres and includes some peaceful spots along the Cold river. Great for a family or friends getaway or retreat. Enjoy the mountains year round with skiing, hiking, rock climbing, canoeing on the Saco river or relaxing in the comfortable surroundings. One bedroom downstairs with a queen bed; three beds upstairs in the finished dormer - 2 twins (1 with a trundle) and one double. There is also a day bed on the heated porch. Our cabin can be difficult to find after dark.
The property is located in the White Mountains National Forest. Lots of activities in the area, yet a quiet, tranquil and serene place to hide away. Within a few miles of small town stores and restaurants, sporting goods stores and coffee shops. Others who have stayed have enjoyed climbing Mt Washington and just exploring the area. Quaint and rustic, it's perfect for a getaway or a week or weekend with friends and/or family.
Accès des voyageurs
The setting is extraordinary with a small river in the back of the property, plenty of places to sit and ponder, and hiking trails to explore. The White Mountains are amazing all year round. By staying in this property you will be assisting our organization as we continue to help the youth with whom we work. You will also find yourself in a beautiful, serene setting where you can relax and enjoy the outdoors year round. Our cabin can be difficult to find after dark.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
House manager lives nearby in case of emergencies of other needs
This property is owned and offered by Mountain Mentors (toledo(URL HIDDEN) a non-profit agency in Toledo, Ohio. Mountain Mentors partners adults with challenged and at-risk youth. A highlight of the program is a week of hiking in the White Mountains, including a strenuous hike to the top of Mount Washington for those with great courage and stamina. This cabin is used as the base camp for the group, and we are pleased to be able to share it with you. Our cabin can be difficult to find after dark.
- No pets considered. Renters must be 25 or over.
I am a member of a group of volunteers known as Mountain Mentors who work with at risk youth. We all love the outdoors and helping these youth get on the right path in their young lives.
There are quite a few great trails in the area of our cabin. The greatest hike in the White Mountains though is to climb to the top of Mount Washington.