There’s nothing more nostalgic in wintertime than a quintessential New Hampshire sleigh ride. From the mountains, to down along our lakes, cozied up passengers can enjoy the long-standing tradition of jingling bells inside a private horse-drawn sleigh ride for two. Sleigh rides are usually seasonal, so for more information, contact these New Hampshire sleigh-ride providers for pricing, details, and to make reservations.
Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee Region
Heritage Farm Pancake House, Sanbornton. Horse-drawn winter wagon rides are available by appointment and make a perfect add-on after your breakfast or on your tour during maple season.
Purity Spring Resort, Madison. Traverse open fields and backcountry trails.
Merrimack Valley Region
Coppal House Farm, Lee. Sleigh rides begin as soon as there's snow at this southern New Hampshire farm, which offers sleighs for every occasion, including an antique one-horse open sleigh for two.
White Mountains Region
Farm by the River Bed & Breakfast with Stables, North Conway. Incredibly scenic sleigh rides are the specialty at this 70-acre White Mountains estate and stables, where you can even treat your sweetheart to an overnight stay at the on-site inn.
Nestlenook Farm, Jackson. Sit back and enjoy a picture-perfect journey through a 65-acre Victorian estate aboard a custom-crafted, horse-drawn Austrian sleigh built to carry 10 to 12 people. Or reserve a more intimate outing in a one-horse open sleigh.
Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods. Tour this storied resort via sleigh ride for a throwback experience. The Equestrian Center offers day and evening outings for the public, as well as resort guests.