Ski North Conway NH in the Heart of the White Mountains!

All 13 ski resorts and XC Centers are open in Mt Washington Valley - no wonder she's smiing!  Look forward to amazing skiing and riding, plus snowshoeing, fatbiking, tubing, mountain coasters and zip lines at all our resorts! (Wildcat photo).

Welcome to New England's premier skiing, snow sports and winter playground in the heart of the White Mountains. Ski North Conway NH and find the best skiing in the east with seven Alpine Ski Resorts and six Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Centers, all within 45 minutes of North Conway Village!

Not a skier? Not a problem! There is so much more to do in the White Mountains. Tubing & zip lining, ice skating, fat biking, scenic chairlift rides, snowmobiling with over 200 miles of trails winding through the White Mountain National Forest, dog sleddingsleigh rides, world-class ice climbing, ride to the summit of the highest peak in the Northeast or come in out of the cold to enjoy a fun indoor activityThere are lots of exciting winter events plus wonderful choices for lodging from motel to resort. Find your getaway here.

Two back to back storms have dumped more than 20" of new snow on the Valley's 13 ski resorts and XC Centers, and we're loving it. The conditions are as sweet as they get in January. Drive safely on your way up!  Looking for glades? Yes! They’re open at Bretton Woods and Wildcat. Looking for fat biking? You’ll find multiple locations for trails and rentals at Great Glen Trails and MWV Ski Touring. Not a skier? Try Cranmore Adventure Park and Attitash for Mountain Coasters, Bretton Woods for Canopy Tours and King Pine, Great Glen Trails and Cranmore for Tubing! Snowmobile trails are now open too with rentals and guided rides available in Bartlett, Bretton Woods and Gorham. Everything an outdoor-loving family could want is here in Mt Washington Valley, NH, New England's premier outdoor playground.

ALPINE SKI AREAS SNOW REPORT AS OF JANUARY 21, 2020

Attitash  - 49 trails/44 groomed, 2 terrain parks, 210 acres of skiable terrain, 7 lifts running. Base depth: 12”-18”. 15” of snow in the past 7 days. Snowfall this season: 39”.

Black Mountain - 25 trails, 3 lifts running. Base depth: 24”-30”. 17” of new snow in the past 7 days.

Bretton Woods - 46 trails/8 glades, 326 acres of skiable terrain, 6 lifts running. Base depth: 16”-24”. 20” of new snow in the past 7 days. Snowfall this season: 108”.

Cranmore  - 40 trails/1 glade, 2 terrain parks, 130 acres of skiable terrain, 7 lifts running. Base depth: 17”-26”. 15” of new snow in the past 5 days. Snowfall this season: 48”.

 King Pine  - 17 trails, 1 terrain park, 5 lifts running. Base depth: 18”-30”. 13” of new snow in the past 7 days. Snowfall this season: 34”.

 Shawnee Peak  - 30 trails/1 glade, 2 terrain parks, 4 lifts running. Base depth: 24”-26”. 15” of new snow in the past 5 days.

 Wildcat  - 32 trails/20 groomed, 180 acres of skiable terrain, 3 lifts running. Base depth: 18”-40”. 25” of new snow in the past 6 days. Snowfall this season: 73”.

NORDIC CENTERS TRAIL REPORT AS OF JANUARY 21, 2020

Bear Notch Ski Touring  - 20km of terrain open, trails are skate groomed and track set on the Western Trail Network. 20” of new snow in the past 7 days.

 Bretton Woods Nordic Center - 24 trails (40km), 35km skate groomed, 35km track set. Base depth: 2”-8”. 20” of new snow in the past 7 days.

 Great Glen Trails  - 36 trails (45km), 25km skate groomed, 18km track set. 45km of snowshoeing. Base depth: 18”. 18” of new snow in the past 7 days. SnowCoach and tubing open. Call ahead for fatbiking trails.

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation  - 30 trails (71.5km), 55km skate groomed, 53km track set. Base depth: 4”-10”. 15” of new snow in the past 7 days.

Purity Spring XC and Snowshoe Preserve  -  20km of skate groomed terrain, plus 20km of snowshoeing. Snowpack varies from 8-18". 13” of new snow in the past 7 days.

Mt Washington Valley Ski Touring & Snowshoe Foundation - 40km skate groomed, 35km track set in Whitaker Woods and Intervale trails. 45km of snowshoeing. 2km fatbiking on Fat Tire loop only. 14” of new snow in the past 5 days.

 Let the photos tell the story!

 A trio of skiers and riders hit the trails at Cranmore after nearly 8" of new powder fell on Sunday. (Cranmore photo).

A bluebird day at King Pine after 6" of new snow.  Perfect January conditions. (King Pine photo)

The first Sunrise SnowCoach tour of the season on Jan 20th - what a great way to start the day. (Great Glen Trails photo)

Blasting through the bumps at Attitash. (Attitash photo)

The Valley awoke to a beautiful alpen glow atop Mount Washington on Jan 20th. (Credit: WiseguyCreative.com)

Catching the powder at Cranmore. (Cranmore photo).

Nearly two feet of fresh snow fell over the last week at Bretton Woods, providing superior conditions for the 47th annual Geschmossel Nordic Ski Race on Monday, January 20. The field of 134 competitors ranged in age from 14 to 85, who skied under sunny skies.  Kids got in on the fun too. (Bretton Woods photo).

After nearly 2 feet of snowfall in the past week, snowmobilers are out again on the trails in Bretton Woods. (Credit: WiseguyCreative.com)

Click here for a complete gallery of photos from this week
on the Mt Washington Valley's online photo album.


3 days and 3 nights of exhilarating events and hardcore outdoor recreation for the seasoned athlete or first-time competitor. 

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