The main purpose of the The Weeks Act was to protect the headwaters of navigable waterways. These headwaters abound in the White Mountains and are a primary reason The White Mountain National Forest exists. Look for this icon along the Weeks Act Legacy Trail to see the lakes, rivers, streams and waterfalls that spurred federal management of the surrounding forests.
 Echo Lake and Ayres Plaque (view on map)
Scenic recreation area and conservationist memorial.
 Flume Visitor Center (view on map)
Visitor center and walking path through 800-footlong chasm with granite walls 90 feet high.
 Loon Ski Area Logging Train (view on map)
Historic logging train. Example of a resort with WMNF special use permit.
 Kancamagus Highway (view on map)
National Scenic Byway through heart of White Mountain National Forest.
 Lincoln Woods Visitor Center and Trails (view on map)
Recreation trails and visitor center on historic logging site.
 Greeley Ponds Scenic Area (view on map)
Hiking trail to remote mountain ponds surrounded by old growth forest.
 Cathedral & White Horse Ledge and Echo Lake State Park (view on map)
Preserved areas of recreation including Echo Lake, White Horse Ledge and Cathedral Ledge.
 Route 302 Visitor Center at Intervale Overlook (view on map)
 Visitor Center at Intervale Overlook Information center with views of Mount Washington popular with 19th Century artists.
 Livermore (view on map)
Logging ghost town along a former railroad bed, now the Sawyer River Road.
 Crawford Notch State Park (view on map)
Willey Slide Historic Site, hiking trails, children’s trout pond and waterfalls.
 Saco and Ammonoosuc Lakes (view on map)
Scenic lakes with easy walking paths and rich heritage.
 Lower Falls of the Ammonoosuc (view on map)
Waterfall with swimming/fishing hole on former site of logging mill.
 Zealand Picnic Area (view on map)
Campground, picnic area and recreation trails on site of former logging town.
 Zealand Trail to Zealand Notch and Zealand Falls Hut (view on map)
Easy hike over railroad bed to Zealand Falls and AMC’s Zealand Falls Hut.
 Lafayette Brook Scenic Area (view on map)
Overlook of Mount Lafayette and site of old Profile and Franconia Notch Railroad.