For more than 100 years, Joe Dodge Lodge has welcomed travelers, adventure seekers, and conservation stewards to New Hampshire’s Pinkham Notch. At the base of Mount Washington, surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest, Joe Dodge Lodge is the basecamp for some of best outdoor adventures in the region.
Meeting space available
Electric car charging station
Complimentary gear rental
No dogs overnight
Hike the Presidential Traverse including Mount Washington—New England’s tallest peak. Ski the East’s legendary Tuckerman Ravine and numerous backcountry trails, climb the crags and access the region’s best mountain biking trails. Located at the base of the Tuckerman Ravine and Sherburne Trails, Joe Dodge Lodge is your ultimate base camp for White Mountains adventure.
Joe Dodge Lodge offers private rooms and bunkrooms. In addition to the included meal service, Joe Dodge Lodge also offers complimentary activities, including guided day hikes to nearby scenic destinations, instructional talks on outdoor skills or natural history, and in-depth evening programs featuring films and guest speakers presenting on topics from astronomy to winter hiking. Guests should call ahead for the daily schedule during their stay.
The Pinkham Notch Visitor Center, open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., provides a hub for trail information, weather forecasts, and outdoor resources including trail guides, maps, and USFS parking passes for purchase.
Our Commitment to Sustainable Operations
AMC has a long-standing commitment to using its huts, lodges, and sporting camps as models for sustainable operations and environmental stewardship. At Joe Dodge Lodge we have a solar preheat (which reduces the need for use of energy to heat the water), a new electric vehicle (EV) charging station, and composting toilets. We send old linens to animal shelters and our kitchen grease is pumped and made into biofuel.