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New Hampshire ski area offers “El Nino Pass”


There hasn't been a lot of snow in New England yet, but no worries. For half the price of a full season pass, Waterville Valley Resort is offering the once in a lifetime El Niño Pass that gets you 10 days at Waterville Valley Resort with no blackout dates. more
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Fun in the snow off the ski slopes


At the Snow Mountain Ranch in Colorado
It may be Christmas week, but we’re as far from a mall and city crowds as we can get. We’re hiking the Crawford Trail, the longest continually used trail in the country, snow crunching under our feet more
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Ski New Hampshire Offers 4th & 5th Graders Snowsports Passport


If you have a fourth or fifth grader, then make Hampshire your skiing destination for 2015-2016. more
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Visit New Hampshire Offers New Foliage Tracker App


Visit New Hampshire has recently launched a new foliage tracker app called Peep This, aimed at helping visitors plan their adventure. more
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Summer Savings Offered at Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire


Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire is now offering guests a summer savings package that includes the Freedom Pass starting at $149 a night. more
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Prescott Farm in New Hampshire – free sledding


New this year - Prescott Farms on White Oaks Road in Laconia N.H. is offering free sledding parties every Saturday in January and February from 10:00 - 3:00 pm, Bring your own sled. more
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Families having lots of fun in the snow in New Hampshire


Poncho and Gonzo the sled dog brothers
Dog sledding, is just one of the ways you might not have thought of to have fun in the snow here in New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley that includes 27 towns surrounding Mount Washington, the pinnacle of the 6,288-foot White Mountains more
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Hold on for thrills in the treetops of New Hampshire’s Bretton Woods


Enesi on the zipline at Bretton Woods Canopy Tour
Yhe Bretton Woods Ski Area Canopy Tour is a combination of nine progressively thrilling zip line rides, two hikes across suspension bridges way up in the trees, and a couple of incredible rappelling experiences. It was the latter that really tested our mettle. more
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At the historic Omni Mount Washington Hotel for the holidays


The Omni Mount Washington Hotel at sunset under a full moon on Christmas Eve
There is plenty to do at this historic resort—from NH largest ski area, plenty of groomed cross country and snow shoe trails, dog sledding, sleigh rides and indoor and outdoor pool and gargantuan spa where my daughter and I indulged in blissful massages yesterday. more
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Families on a hike through the snowy woods of New Hampshire


Exploring a partially frozen waterfall along the Crawford Trail
We’re hiking in the snow—micro crampons on our feet on the Crawford Trail in New Hampshire, with a guide from the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Highlands Center. In case you are wondering, the needles on the spruce are spikey--thus “spikey spruce” and the needles on the balsam are soft (“friendly fir”!). more
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