Tell me you have done an alpine slide before?

NO?! Man, you are missing out. But have no fear. The largest alpine slide in North America is in New Hampshire, so you have the best place to start.

Alpine slides are carts with wheels that sit on a track. The track usually starts at the top of a mountain and works its way down through big turns, curves, tunnels, etc., all through the woods of whatever mountain it is on.

You get to control your own speed most of the time, which makes alpine slides perfect for anyone.

Adventure seekers can keep that hand off of the brake and send it swiftly, and more cautious alpine sliders can brake and just enjoy the beautiful view from a comfortable speed.

But back to the largest alpine slide in North America. It is located at Attitash Mountain in Bartlett, New Hampshire.

And this slide is no joke.

The alpine slide at Attitash has been operating for decades. I know, because I did it when I was a kid. I have vivid memories of going WAY too fast around certain turns, and being lucky to not have gone airborne.

I also have vivid memories of going with my parents when I was too young to go down solo.

Kids, depending on their size, can sit on their parent's lap/in front of them. Check out the Attitash Mountain website for more info.

The alpine slide at Attitash Mountain is epic. Because you can control the speed, it is perfect for both the adrenaline junkie and scenic, cautious person in your group.

Whether you are a speed demon or safety slider, you have to try the largest alpine slide in North America at Attitash Mountain in New Hampshire.

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