Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
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I have to admit, we may wish we could do the driving on this trip up Mount Washington's Auto Road, because check out this bad boy and it's crazy rubber tires.

Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
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So, are you ready?

This is the SnowCoach with Great Glen Trails recreation at Mount Washington.

Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
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Imagine the photos you'll capture. The Great Glen Trails website says this trip takes you to Treeline (about 2/3 of the way up the mountain), where breathtaking vistas await those who reach the top of this 4,200 vertical climb.

Great Glen Trails Snowcoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
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To see this in the winter and not just the summer is simply stunning.  

Great Glen Trails Snowcoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
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And don't worry, there are more than one of these beasts that climb Mount Washington's Auto Road effortlessly.  So whether it's just two of you or a big group, you'll all get to Treeline together.

Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
Great Glen Trails SnowCoach Video Screen Shot via Facebook
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Great Glen Trails says it's about a 90-minute round trip, including getting out to take advantage of video and photo ops so you can flood your social media with stunning photos.

Plus, get this, you're welcome to snowshoe or ski down as long as it's not the last tour of the day.  That sure beats those lift lines, doesn't it?

If you're ready to make reservations, then click here and remember these trips are weather-dependent.

Their website adds that they won the 2021 Traveler's Choice Award with Trip Advisor so clearly vacationers from all over the country are raving about this one-of-a-kind experience.

What else do you like to do in the winter in New Hampshire?  What are your recommendations?

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