The town of Bartlett consists of several villages in the Mt. Washington Valley region, Glen, Bartlett and Hart's Location. Renowned for its family attractions, fine dining, and recreations, this scenic area is surrounded by White Mountain National Forest beauty. Bartlett offers some of the most dramatic waterfalls, wildlife viewing and opportunities for outdoor appreciation in the Valley.
Those who love the outdoors, tend to choose Bartlett's unspoiled trails and scenic walks. In winter, this is a snowshoeing, snowmobiling, Alpine and Nordic skiing, mecca. In the summer, hiking, off-road biking and Saco River tubing reign. Bear Notch Road is one of the best places in the Valley for wildlife watching and scenic overlooks. Time your visit with dusk or dawn in summer or fall, and it's likely you'll catch moose, deer and plenty of other nature photo opportunities in their natural habitat.
Families often migrate to Bartlett for proximity to its attractions throughout the year. From the rides and story book fantasies of Story Land and the journey through New Hampshire history at Heritage NH to the thrills of the slides and challenging skiing at Attitash Bear Peak, families with children of all ages can find plenty of thrills for everyone. Bartlett is central to all the sightseeing roads throughout the mountains.
Lodging options in Bartlett offer something for everyone from premier country inns to small and cozy B&Bs. For those on a budget, there are wonderful family motels. Visitors seeking upscale comforts will also find Bartlett's fine resorts offer the perfect choice for the sophisticated traveler.. Some of the best après ski watering holes can be found in Bartlett and Glen, and when it comes to fine dining, you'll find tempting options from Glen to Crawford Notch.
Dining options abound in Bartlett. Every appetite can be satisfied with Mexican, Swiss Fondue, Seafood, Continental and European cuisine. Whether you are looking for fine dining or something casual, your palate will be pleasently suprised with the restaurants in Bartlett.
From man made attractions to Mother Nature's artistry, Bartlett offers visitors the chance to experience the outdoors the way it should be enjoyed.