Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The return of the Glen House

Perhaps you've seen or heard a news story or two about the return of the Glen House hotel to be built in Pinkham Notch. Needless to say, we're very excited about our latest project scheduled to open in 2011.

Click here to read the press release.

Hope to see you over the holiday weekend.

- Ryan

Mini's On Top 2009

Well after many days of unending rain, it seemed inevitable that rain would too hinder the gorgeous sunset that hundreds of Mini Cooper owners travel to see each year at the annual Mini's On Top event. If you haven't caught wind of this event yet, go check out their site, even if you aren't a Mini owner, its an amazing site to see all of them parading around together! They started off with their annual BBQ and raffle with unbelievable prizes, like a 2-yr lease to a new Mini! The weather was overcast for much of that time but the sun did come out just as the Mini's were lining up to commence up Mt. Washington . What a beautiful send-off it was, rainbow and all...once they arrived "on top," Mini owner's enjoyed an absolutely gorgeous sunset with a few highlighting clouds. Spectacular!

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Ride to the Sky Video

Here's the full video from Ride to the Sky.

The weather wasn't picture perfect, but plenty of bikers experienced Mt. Washington. Still a few days left in Bike Week, and we're open daily.

- Ryan

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Ride to the Sky 2009

Laconia Bike Week is underway, and yesterday was the first motorcycle only day at the Auto Road. It wasn't a crystal clear, blue sky day by any means, but the hearty souls that chose to take the ride experienced true Mt. Washington weather. It's a ride unlike any other, and these riders really felt that.

Here's some video from Monday:

Ride to the Sky again on Thursday with the second motorcycle only day. Click here for details. Obviously, bikes are also welcome at the Auto Road throughout the remainder of Bike Week and the rest of the season.

See you on the Rockpile!

- Ryan

Oh, I almost forgot...don't forget to get your photo taken by PhantomBiker.com. The Phantom is up on the mountain every day during Bike Week.