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With the Fall Equinox behind us, Mt. Washington Valley, New Hampshire is in full gear for foliage season! Whether your idea of fun is a haunted house, a shopping blitz, or just touring the countryside in search of the perfect pumpkin or apple, we’ve got it all waiting here for you.
Lisa Eastman
Your Valley Concierge
Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce
Foodie Adventures
The Valley is known as a haven for beer lovers. Columbus Day Weekend features not one but now two beer fests. The newcomer is the King Pine Brew Ha Ha on October 8. Admission is free and visitors will find regional craft beer, live music, food and fun for the whole family. This event joins the long-running Attitash Oktoberfest. This two-day event (Oct. 8-9) features traditional Bavarian music from King Ludwig's Band, authentic German fare, and of course, the infamous Biergarten featuring 19 different local and regional breweries serving a variety of tasty beers and ciders.  
Outdoor Adventures
Walk it, bike it, hike it – no matter how you do it, you will want to make the Return of the Pumpkin People part of your tour of the Valley. This self-guided tour ranges from Jackson to Conway and everywhere in between, so no matter where your outdoor adventures take you, chances are you will find these whimsical creations on your way!
If you are looking to get into the woods find our top picks for hiking, foliage viewing, waterfalls and more.
Shopping Adventures
Where else can you combine shopping and trick-or-treating? At Haunted Happenings at North Conway’s famous Settlers Green outlet stores. Kids 12 and under accompanied by an adult can go trick-or-treating in stores indicated by the pumpkin sign (pictured) throughout the Village on Sat. Oct. 29. Little ones can pick up some treats while mom and dad can score some savings. Or check out their Columbus Day Sidewalk Sale Oct. 7-10 – it’s the last one of the year. 
Sponsored by Purity Spring Resort, Camp Tohkomeupog is transformed into an old fashioned Halloween Town with more than a half-mile of lighted pathways winding throughout camp. The camp’s rustic cabins are theatrically transformed in preparation for this truly unique event. Halloween Town features a Kid Carnival, Petting Farm, Food Court, Tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides, Entertainment, Amusement Rides… and the incredible, “Trick-or-Treat Trail!” Takes place on one night only – Sat. Oct. 22nd.

The Ghoullog has returned to Cranmore Mountain weekend nights through 11/5. The approximate 50-minute haunt leads the unsuspecting through dark twists and turns, plus an outdoor element leading through the scariest of dark woods. Recommended for ages 10 and up.

Take in the All Things Pumpkin Festival in Jackson. Businesses throughout Jackson will host open houses, pumpkin tasting tours, carriage rides and more. The all new "New England & Jackson Invitational Pumpkin Carving Competition Oct 21-22 will be highlights.  Book your weekend lodging in Jackson now to be part of the fun!

There's lots more going on so make sure to visit us online for more October fun.

October 2-9: 166th Annual Fryeburg Fair: Established in 1851, this is Maine’s Blue Ribbon Fair, considered to be one of the best agricultural fairs in the United States. The fair offers non-stop livestock, agriculture and farming exhibitions with over 3,000 head of cattle, horses, sheep, goats, hogs, poultry, rabbits, oxen and more.  There’s enough to do to keep you and your family busy all week!  Reserve your lodging now for the Fair and stay a while.