Set up base camp at one of our unique scenic lodges and access endless experiences in the White Mountains or the foothills of Cardigan Mountain. Whether you hike, climb, paddle, backcountry ski, or just want to unwind, our New Hampshire destinations provide year-round adventures for soloists, groups, and families.
Come explore the beauty of the White Mountains, the Lakes region, and beyond, at one of our destinations in New Hampshire.
Just a 15-minute drive from Pinkham Notch Visitor Center, Harvard Cabin is an excellent headquarters for skiing, snowshoeing, day hiking, bicycling, climbing, and canoeing on the Saco River. Learn More
As the only legal campsite on the eastern slopes of Mt. Washington, the Hermit Lake Shelters have a lot to offer. Whether you’re planning a summer summit of Mt. Washington or some springtime skiing on Tuckerman Ravine, this AMC operated U.S. Forest Service facility provides your launch pad to adventure.
For more than 100 years, Joe Dodge Lodge has welcomed travelers, adventure seekers, and conservation stewards to New Hampshire’s Pinkham Notch. At the base of Mount Washington, surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest, Joe Dodge Lodge is the basecamp for some of best outdoor adventures in the region. Learn More
This building, which was the home of noted artist Frank H. Shapleigh from 1877 to 1894, offers White Mountain visitors the opportunity to experience mountain hospitality at its best, as well as great lodging value in a spectacular setting. Learn More
Built on the site of the historic Crawford House hotel and nestled at the southern base of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire’s Crawford Notch, the Highland Center is our premier White Mountain lodge. Learn More
Whether you’re an experienced hiker, beginner, or traveling as a family, Zealand Falls Hut is the perfect backcountry destination any time of year. Visit in the fall for some of the best leaf-peeping around. Learn More
Mizpah Spring Hut, located just off the legendary Crawford Path, is an ideal stopping point before or after an exploration of the southern Presidential Range. Come for the views, stay for the library. Learn More
Stay a night at our most popular hut, steps away from some of the most iconic high peaks in the White Mountains. AMC Lakes of the Clouds Hut provides exceptional mountain views and even better sunsets. Learn More
Madison Spring Hut sits above treeline in the famed Presidential Range, nestled between the northern peaks of Mount Adams and Madison. This hut has sunset views that will knock your socks off after a day on the trail. Learn More
Stay a night at Carter Notch Hut and encounter a world of rock jumbles, towering cliffs, and tranquil mountain lakes. This lesser-known hut is for those in search of quiet trails and unforgettable summits. Learn More
For more than 85 years, High Cabin has been a popular rustic retreat for backcountry enthusiasts looking for a secluded escape with breathtaking scenery. A two-mile hike from Cardigan Lodge, High Cabin is protected just below the tree line on the saddle between the Mount Cardigan summit and South Peak. Learn More
Nestled at the base of Mount Cardigan and surrounded by 6,000 acres of forest, Cardigan is a year-round retreat for outdoor enthusiasts. Here, you can step out onto 50 miles of hiking and skiing trails, enjoy the backcountry experience without the long hike, or bring a... Learn More
Mount Cardigan rises out of the Shem Valley as a beacon for outdoor lovers. Next to 5,000-acre Mount Cardigan State Forest, Cardigan Lodge is located on a 1,200-acre reservation owned by AMC and is a short 2-hour drive from Boston. Learn More