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New Hampshire Ski Resorts

Fresh powder at Attitash Mountain resort in New Hampshire

Attitash Mountain Resort: Plan a Winter Vacation at Attitash

Attitash Mountain Resort is a good example of what New Hampshire skiing and snowboarding is known for. Powdery runs, smooth trails, some natural snow covering the trees and lots of trails to ride. If you want to ride a larger…

Summit of Pat's Peak Ski Area in NH.

Pats Peak Ski Area in NH: Did You Know They Had This Many Trails?

Pats Peak has been around since the 60’s and has been grooming trails ever since. If you are in the Boston area than you probably know that the Peak is only an hour and a half north in New Hampshire.…

Snowboarding at Gunstock Mountain Resort in NH.

Gunstock Mountain Resort – The Complete Ski Resort Trip Guide

Punch another stop on the New Hampshire College Pass. Whats that? Its a Pass for Gunstock, Cranmore, Cannon and Waterville Valley. Probably more powder than most people can handle in one Winter. A pass so good that students will be…

Trails at Cannon Mountain NH

Cannon Mountain – Skiing and Snowboarding Overview | Cannon Stats

Visiting Cannon Mountain should almost be a ritual if you live in upper New Hampshire. If you don’t live close by than you are going to want to make the drive after reading this. 97 trails that cover 25 miles…

View of Wildcat Ski Resort NH

Wildcat Mountain – Overview of a Vail Owned NH Ski Area

What is more surprising, the second biggest vertical drop in New Hampshire is in the White Mountains? Or that it is a Vail owned resort? Both are true when the top elevation is at 4,062 feet! With that comes a…