Visitors began to arrive in Waterville Valley as early as 1835. A 10-mile cul-de-sac follows the Mad River, surrounded by mountains. The valley was first a summer resort and then became more of a ski area. Although it's now a year-round getaway, it still has a small-town charm. There are inns, condos, restaurants, shops, conference facilities, a grocery store, and a post office.
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