Bretton Woods lies within the town of Carroll, New Hampshire. Historically, Bretton Woods was the location of the UN Monetary and Financial Conference in 1944, leading to the establishment of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in 1945. Today, Bretton Woods is known as New Hampshire’s largest ski area, boasting over 464 acres of pristine snowboarding and skiing fun for all levels. A favorite New England holiday retreat for presidents, celebrities and poets, Breton Woods is known for its luxury resorts in the enchanting mountains. With the beautiful Ammonoosuc River flowing through Bretton Woods, outdoor adventure opportunities abound. Visitors can enjoy river tubing, fly fishing, canopy tours, moose tours, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and more.