Waterville Valley photo tour

The Snowy Owl Inn is located in the heart of Waterville Valley. The town is a year round resort community that was incorporated in 1829. The valley has much to offer the outdoor enthusiast in both summer and winter. From downhill skiing and snowboarding, dog sled rides and snow tubing in the winter to golfing, biking and hiking the 4000's footers, you will always find something to do. Enjoy the pictures of just some of the views you will see when visiting.

Waterville Valley Golf Course
Waterville Valley golf course, a fun 9-hole course.
  • Waterville Valley Golf Course
    Waterville Valley golf course, a fun 9-hole course.
  • Mad River
    The Mad River funs along Highway 49 and into Waterville Valley. At the right time of year it offer excellent fly fishing.
  • Couple strolling among the fall foilage
    Waterville Valley is very popular with "leaf peepers" who often travel hundreds of miles to view the valley clad in red, orange and gold.
  • Mad River dressed in fall glory
    In the fall the Mad River can be breathtakingly beautiful so don't forget your camera.
  • Town square viewed across Corcoran Pond
    Situated adjacent to Town Square and a short walk from the Snowy Owl, you'll find beaches, swimming, canoeing and fishing.
  • Waterville Valley Ski Resort in the fall
    Viewed from Snow's Mountain, the slopes of Waterville Valley take quite a different look in the fall.
  • Nearby covered bridge
    These iconic bridges can be found nearby. A day trip to view as many as possible is a popular activity for guests staying in the valley.
  • Corcoran pond offers swimming and canoeing.
    Shopping and dining galore.
  • Mountain biking family along creek trail
    For the less adventurous there are miles of beautiful bike trails found throughout the valley
  • Mountain Bikers on Snow's Mountain
    For the more adventurous, Snow's Mountain offers numerous mountain biking trails and a challenging descent down the face.
  • View from a drone at approximately 400'
    A view you won't see every day unless you're flying over the valley.
  • Town square view across a snow covered Corcoran Pond
    In the winter the lake disappears and becomes part of the winter wonderland, often traversed by the many cross country skiers that visit the valley