Nine granite boulder caves, seven attractions, five climbing routes, three animal species, and one iron way across the sky. Welcome to Polar Caves.
Polar Caves is an outdoor nature attraction located in New Hampshire's White Mountains offering educational experiences that open eyes to the wonders of the region's unique geology, and showcases non-native animal species, while providing access to adventure-themed caving and climbing activities.
Explore nine granite caves that pit human against nature with names like the "Polar Pinch," and "The Lemon Squeeze," or take to the sky and navigate Polar Caves' Via Ferrata. This climbing experience features an iron way across the sky, inviting guests to dance along schist cliffs.
Bring the kiddos and pan for treasure at the Baker River Mining Sluice, and don't forget to swing into the Maple Lodge and Polar Caves' gift shops for something sweet to take home.
Polar Caves is a place where kids of all ages can fall in love with every aspect of nature, learn to understand its beauty, and, most importantly, have fun.
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