Ski New Hampshire represents a wide range of ski/snowboard areas in the state, including 16 alpine and 18 cross-country ski areas, that all offer unique terrain, views, and learning programs. SCROLL DOWN FOR A MAP AND DIRECT LINKS.
Throughout January, many of Ski NH’s alpine members are offering a $39 beginner ski or snowboard lesson that includes rentals and lift ticket, and several Nordic (or cross-country) ski areas are offering a $19 beginner lesson that includes rentals and a trail pass. For participating resorts, go to Ski NH’s Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month page, and also check out Special Programs/Special Offers.
Mount Sunapee and Pats Peak are also hosting the World's Largest Lesson event on January 6, 2017.
Click on the Ski New Hampshire logo to link to Ski NH’s website for more information about their members and learning programs. Or, use the zip code search BELOW to find venues near to you.
Ski New Hampshire also offers 4th & 5th graders regardless of where they live an opportunity to ski once at each of our 34 ski area members for just $30! Take a look at the 4th & 5th Grade Snowsports Passport program in New Hampshire.
Ski NH’s alpine member resorts include Abenaki Ski Area, Black Mountain, Bretton Woods, Cannon Mountain, Cranmore Mountain Resort, Dartmouth Skiway, Granite Gorge Ski Area, Gunstock Mountain Resort, King Pine Ski Area, Loon Mountain, McIntyre Ski Area, Mount Sunapee, Pats Peak, Ragged Mountain Resort, Waterville Valley Resort, and Whaleback Ski Area.
Ski NH’s cross-country ski area members include Bear Notch Ski Touring Center, Bretton Woods Nordic Center, Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center, Dexter’s Inn Trails By Norsk, Eastman Cross Country, Franconia Village XC Ski Center, Granite Gorge XC, Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, Gunstock Mountain Resort XC, Jackson XC, Loon Mountain XC, Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring & Snowshoe Foundation, Nordic Skier Wolfeboro Cross Country, Pine Hill XC Ski Area, Purity Spring XC & Snowshoe Reserve, Ski Hearth Farm Nordic Center, Waterville Valley Adventure Center, and Windblown Cross Country.
Other alpine ski areas in New Hampshire include Arrowhead Recreation Area, Attitash Mountain Resort, Crotched Mountain, and Wildcat Mountain. Click on the links to see what Attitash and Wildcat have to offer.
A number of retail shops and resorts in New England states have partnered together to offer consumers booklets that offer special deals to make skiing and snowboarding more affordable. Booklets are only available via participating retailers. Click on the sample booklet for a list.