Rocky Ridge Way
Explore the lush natural environment of the park along the Rocky Ridge Way, a series of nature trails that winds around the caves.
Polar Caves sits along the southeast border of the White Mountain National Forest, offering spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and wooded areas of the Granite State. Explore the lush natural environment of the park along the Rocky Ridge Way, a series of nature trails that winds around the park. Our wooden walkways allow you to experience the sheer cliff sides and landscape of Polar Caves, providing views of the caves, park features, and the horizon found nowhere else.
Meander into the Maple Lodge & Sugaring Exhibit for a treat, or take a rest at our picnic area, gazebos or benches and enjoy a snack outdoors.
Rocky Ridge Way is how visitors access Polar Caves’ climbing experience, known round these parts as The Glacial Wall, one of our premier family attractions.
Explore the Rock Garden
Take a detour into our Rock Garden. Strewn with gigantic granite boulders, the Rock Garden is filled with interesting plants, flowers, and minerals.