We could spend all day talking about how sick (that means awesome) the skiing and snowboarding is in New Hampshire. We could name-drop and remind you that America's most accomplished alpine skier of all time, Bode Miller, grew up tearing up the slopes on Cannon Mountain. We could share stories of kids who've fallen in love with skiing on a Waterville Valley family vacation or of disabled skiers who realize their dreams at Mount Sunapee, home base for the New England Handicapped Sports Association. We'd love to tell you about the eye-popping views from the summit of Wildcat Mountain, and the extreme backcountry skiing at Tuckerman Ravine. Or that New Hampshire is home to the most extensive network of cross-country ski trails in the East. But that's enough telling for now...come on out and check out our ski scene for yourself!
Plan ahead for your day on the slopes and know before you go. Be aware of the conditions and be prepared by knowing the weather forecast. Here are some helpful tips to ensure you’re ready to make the most of your time on the mountain even when the mercury drops.
Before hitting the slopes, be sure to find out what’s open and view real time conditions here.