The lift brings you to their restaurant Lattitude 44, which serves lunch daily. Normally I would bring a picnic lunch, but our traveling companion convinced me that eating at the restaurant was part of the experience. The food was good ( hot dogs, grilled veggie sandwich, burgers, etc.) but pricey - well it is operated by the Mt. Washington Resort! There was no children's menu so my two shared an $8 hotdog! Now, in defense of the hotdog, it had to be a one-pounder and was perfect for them to share and you couldn't beat the view you had with your meal.
After lunch my two loved exploring the summit while we soaked up the sunshine and the amazing views. I love watching my two enjoying the simple things - running, enjoying being outside, and entertaining themselves.
It was a gorgeous day to just enjoy the day and this special place.
I really think the time exploring at the summit - running free and finding natural treasures was even more enjoyed then the actual chair life ride up and down. After a couple of hours up top we had sun-kissed happy children.
On our ride back down the mountain we noticed Kinderwoods Playground - a fabulous area for little ones- at the base near the lodge. I was surprised my two still had more energy to explore! They loved the gondola, child size zip line and large wooden play structure. It was a fabulous summer day exploring a new area - and doing it for FREE!
Now we'll have to come back when the snow is falling for a winter adventure too!