BRETTON WOODS, New Hampshire — Mount Washington Resort is pleased to announce the Adventure Center, located in the Base Lodge at Bretton Woods, will be opening for the summer and fall seasons this Saturday, June 21, 2008.
Bretton Woods’ Adventure Center offers scenic chair lift rides, on-mountain Mexican-style lunch at the Top o’ Quad Restaurant, lift-serviced mountain biking, disc golf on two courses, and Diggler mountain scooter rentals. Guided mountain bike tours, guided hikes for varying abilities, fly fishing clinics, and a new
Survival Camp are also offered through the Adventure Center. The Adventure Center will be open daily through Columbus Day weekend, with lift operations from 10 am ??вЂњ 4 pm (weather permitting). For program details and reservations, please contact the Adventure Center at (603) 278-8989.
Live entertainment and a BBQ are scheduled for opening day at Top o’ Quad Restaurant, located at the top of the Bethlehem Express Quad. Please note this is an outdoor event, and is subject to change in case of inclement weather.
Guests who enjoy a lunch entr?В©e at Top o’ Quad Restaurant at any time this summer will receive a voucher for one complimentary summer scenic chairlift ride valid through Colubmus Day weekend.
Bretton Woods Adaptive Program, located in Bretton Woods Base Lodge, also provides guided hikes and other summer recreational opportunities for persons with disabilities to enjoy the challenges and rewards of sports with their family and friends. For more information, and to make reservations, please call 603.278.3398 or email [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email].
For more information about Mount Washington Resort, please call 877.873.0626 or visit www.mountwashingtonresort.com.
About Mount Washington Resort
Set at the base of the stunning 6,288-foot Mount Washington and surrounded by nearly 800,000 acres of the White Mountain National Forest, the Mount Washington Resort is a four-season vacation destination for guests of all ages. Founded in 1876, the Resort offers splendid seasonal activities such as golf, tennis, horseback riding and fly fishing during the summer; and alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, snow tubing, sleigh rides and winter hiking trails during the winter. A new 25,000 square foot spa and a total of 30,000 square feet of meeting space will be opening in December 2008. A $7 million renovation of the Resort’s two golf courses is underway with the first 18-hole restored Donald Ross course planned to open in August 2008, followed by the second 18-hole course. As part of a proposed master planned community, spanning the next decade, plans for the proposed development of approximately 1,000 new homes and home sites are underway with the first offerings expected to become available in 2008.