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15th Annual CRAFT FAIR

November 28, 2015

9 AM to 3 PM, at the Carroll Town Hall in Twin Mountain at the intersection of Routes 3 and 302. Admission is free.
A light lunch will be available.
Sponsored by the Twin Mountain-Bretton Woods Historical Society For info call 603-846-5434

SantaRide the Cog Railway with Santa On November 27-29

Twin Mountain, NH
Surrounded by New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest, Twin Mountain is a Four Season area with Skiing, Snowmobiling, Hiking, Biking, Bird and Moose viewing.

Twin Mountain is located between Franconia Notch and Crawford Notch with its majestic waterfalls & scenic crags. For year-round vacationers we offer motels, campgrounds, cottages and restaurants -- all with North Country hospitality.

November a great time to enjoy quiet mountain hiking trails.

Town Government News and Minutes

All municipal notices and minutes are now posted on the new Town of Carroll Website!

Fun Times in Twin Mountain

circus towne

He's Back!

He's Back! What Really happened to The Old Man

Cog Railway Moves Steam Train to Downtown Twin Mountain

cog locomotive in twin mountain
The Mount Washington Cog Railway has gifted #8 locomotive, "Moosilauke" and coach #5, to Twin Mountain, NH. Originally built in 1883, Moosilauke will be displayed at the intersection of Routes 3 and 302.

Although the coal-fired steam locomotives are still used on a daily basis at The Cog, the introduction of the new biodiesels allows the Cog Railway the opportunity to donate this engine that has been retired to neighboring Twin Mountain. Stop by the information booth by the intersection of Rt 3 and Rt. 302 to view this attraction.

Historic Cookbook For Sale

twin mountain cookbookFor Sale - a Cookbook that's more then just a cookbook with many wonderful memories and stories of years gone past. Enjoy many wonderful recipes from great cooks.
All proceeds from the sale of this cookbook go to the Bill and Barbara Harris Scholorship Fund Awarded each year to a deserving student from the White Mt. Regional High School. Please help to support this great scholorship and enjoy many wonderful memories from our wonderful little town.Cookbooks are sold around the town of twin mountain, or you can contact Bonnie Moroney at and she will send you one they are $10.00 each and $2.00 for shipping and handling

Local Thoughts on Local Places

Articles by Jeff Woodburn

Mount Washington

Upper Falls, Crawford's Purchase

When a Warning becomes a Dare.....

Loss of Young Marine still Haunts Small Town

Watch For Moose

Beware Moose on the Road!
The Moose are on the Loose!
Get some great driving tips on this Wildlife/Moose Driver Education Video

NH Postcards from the Days of Yore

NH Postcards

Local Photos and Stories

Mt. Washington Cog Railway
Photo Gallery

Mountain Views

Whew... the summit at last!
Hiking North Twin Mountain



Lat. 44 16' 12.39"
Long. 71 32' 27.20"

White Mountains Trail
(a New Hampshire Scenic Byway)

New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation's Bureau of Trails
Trail maps and reports
Order your NH Moose License plate

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