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Driver (ATV) Must have valid motor vehicle driver's license.
Passenger (ATV) Under 5 years old free of charge

Drive your ATV on the Mt. Washington Auto Road

The Mt. Washington Auto Road is open to ATVs / UTVs on specific days and SHARE the road with regular Drive Yourself automobile and motorcycle traffic, along with our Guided Tours. Reservations are required, as ATV/UTV availability is limited each day.


A ticket to drive your ATV up the Mt. Washington Auto Road is valid anytime during the day of your reservation. Your ticket gives you the ability to drive your ATV up the Auto Road ONE time on the day you have selected. Check the Hours & Dates of Operation. The gate is closed 45 minutes after the posted closing time.

Ticket Information

  • Electronic tickets with QR code, scanned at the Toll House or checked-in by last name
  • Tickets are NONREFUNDABLE
  • Transfer tickets easily by emailing your ticket to someone else
  • You can only purchase ONE driver per booking
  • You can purchase additional passenger tickets at any time
  • Only one scan per QR code


  • The operator must have a valid motor vehicle driver’s license (ATV safety certification not valid on the Auto Road)
  • Vehicle must have a valid registration in NH or your state of residence. (It does not need to be registered in NH to travel up the Auto Road).
  • 4+ wheeled machines only (no 2 or 3-wheeled ATVs).
  • No dirt bikes or trail bikes allowed.
  • Each passenger must have either a factory or aftermarket installed seat.
  • Maximum Speed Limit: 25 MPH.
  • Vehicles must travel single file.
  • Eye protection and helmets required for anyone under the age of 18 years old.
  • The vehicle must be operated on the normal Auto Road surface only. There are no ATV trails and no off-road terrain on Mount Washington.
  • Rental ATV/UTVs are not permitted.


When ATVs Rule the Road

This exclusive event for ATVs and UTVs only is a benefit fundraiser for the NH ATV Club, which goes to support trail maintenance and access, rider safety, and education.

  • Saturday June 29, 2024
  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM