Ski New Hampshire Publishes Summer Activities Fact Sheet

By AlpineZone News |
May 22 2014 - 01:28 PM

Ski New Hampshire publishes a list of the resorts in New Hampshire, contact information, and what activities are available this summer. Full press sheet is below! 


  • Location: Rte. 16B, Jackson
  • Phone: (603) 383-4490
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Late May-early October

Highlights: Horseback riding at Black Mountain is not only fun but the perfect opportunity to enjoy incredible views of the entire presidential range at an elevation of 2,000 feet. The horses are well trained, friendly and accustomed to inexperienced as well as experienced riders. Other unique programs include overnight excursions for couples and small groups, horse camps for youths, lessons, pony rides and pony parties for younger kids. Black Mountain is also a spectacular setting for weddings, rehearsal dinners, reunions and private functions. Amenities include a professional catering staff, full liquor license, bar/lounge, large outdoor deck and tent space, all surrounded by beautiful views.

Kids’ programs: A horse camp is offered in three one-week sessions; beginning July 7-11, July 14-18, and July 21– 25 for kids ages 8-12. The number of campers is limited to ensure a high quality learning experience by experienced horse trainers. Pony rides offered daily and pony parties can be scheduled at the mountain.

Rates: Standard Trail Ride – $50 (approx. 1 hr)
Trail and pony rides offered daily at 10am, 11:30am, 1pm, 2:30pm and 4pm. Reservations recommended
Trail Lesson – ½ hour: $35; hour: $65
Overnight excursions – pricing dependant on group size
Horse Camp for Youths – $499 per week

  • Location: 99 Ski Area Road, Bretton Woods
  • Phone: (800) 258-0330, (603) 278-1000 (NH); Lodging: (800) 843-6664
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Open year-round. Visit website or call ahead for exact dates of operation.

Highlights: Bretton Woods offers outdoor fun and adventure at the Bretton Woods Adventure Center. Enjoy a relaxing and free summertime ride on the Bethlehem Express Quad chairlift, and savor breathtaking views of Mount Washington and the entire Presidential Range. At the top, enjoy lunch and libations outside on the deck or inside Latitude 44 restaurant.

The year-round Bretton Woods Canopy Tour is a guided 3-hour adventure through platforms connected by nine zip-lines, two sky bridges and three rappels, descending a total of 1,000 feet. The Williwaw Racing Zip is the final leg of the Canopy Tour and is also available for individual zip rides allowing two participants to race each other right into the base area. The Bretton Woods Adventure Center is also home to the West Wall Climb, a guided climb on the south facing cliffs of Mt. Oscar, as well as the indoor Slopeside Climbing Wall, a year-round climbing experience located in the Bretton Woods Base Lodge. Enjoy off-road adventure with a guided Polaris Ranger Mountain Tour, or give the kids a taste of this true north country pastime at the Kids’ Polaris RZR ATV Park. Other activities include lift-serviced mountain-biking, Diggler mountain scooter rentals, disc golf and new archery range. Bretton Woods is part of the Omni Mount Washington Resort, which offers 27 holes of championship golf, including the meticulously restored Donald Ross-designed 18-hole Mount Washington Course – chosen by Golfweek magazine as NH’s “Best Course You Can Play” for the last six years – tennis on red clay courts, fly-fishing, biking, horseback riding, carriage rides, hiking and free daily historic tours. For a more relaxing experience, be sure to visit the resort’s 25,000 square foot full-service Spa. Discounts on select activities are available for resort guests.

Kids’ programs: The Omni Kids’ Club for children ages 4-12 includes activities such as hiking, arts and crafts, various sports and theme-based activities. Half-day, full-day, and evening programs are available, with the option of including meals.

Food service: The Omni Mount Washington Hotel – the four-diamond Main Dining Room (breakfast, dinner & afternoon tea on Fridays and Saturdays), Princess Room (evening tapas & wine bar), Stickney’s Pub & Steakhouse (lunch & dinner), Rosebrook Bar (afternoon & evening tapas), the Veranda (afternoon tapas & cocktails), and Morsels (ice cream & freshly made treats); the four-diamond Bretton Arms Inn Dining Room (breakfast & dinner); The Grille at the Golf Clubhouse (open seasonally for lunch daily); Fabyan’s Station (lunch & dinner); Latitude 44 restaurant at Bretton Woods (open seasonally for lunch daily). Evening cocktails also available in The Cave, a former speakeasy in the Omni Mount Washington Hotel.

Rates: Bretton Woods Adventure Center Day Pass (3 Williwaw Racing Zip rides, 18 holes of Disc Golf, 30 minutes on the Slopeside Climbing Wall, unlimited Scenic Chairlift Rides, 1 round of indoor mini-golf, 1 quiver of arrows on archery range) – Age 5+: $49; child (up to age 5 not meeting RZR Park or Williwaw criteria): $25
Bretton Woods Canopy Tour – Prime Season: $110
Williwaw Racing Zip – one ride: $15; two rides: $25; three rides: $30
West Wall Climb – Private/Individual Climb: $149; Semi-private Climb (2-3 climbers): $99/person
Slopeside Climbing Wall or Bouldering Cave – $10 for 10 minutes
Polaris RZR Kids ATV Park – $20 for 15 minutes
Polaris Ranger Mountain Tours – (Adult/Teens/Child) – $35/30/15
Alpine System Mountain Bike Lift Pass – (Adult/Junior/Senior) – 2 hour: $15/12/14; 4 hour: $20/16/18; all day: $28/18/22
Diggler Mountain Scooter Rental (includes lift pass) – 2 hour: $35; 4 hour: $45; all day: $55
Disc Golf – 18 holes: $12 w/equipment rentals; $6 w/o rentals
Valley System Bike Trail Pass (Adult/Junior/Senior) – 2 hour: $8/6/8; 4 hour: $10/8/10; all day: $12/10/12
Mountain Bike Rental (front suspension, includes trail pass, Valley System only) – 2 hour: $40; 4 hour: $50; all day: $60
Guided Mountain Bike Excursion (2 hours, Valley System only) – $50 includes 2 hour rental and trail pass
Fly Casting Clinic (2 hours) – $75
Guided Off-Property Hike – $50; $149 per family (up to 4pp)
Tennis Court Use – $18/hour
Private Tennis Lesson – $75/hour
Tennis Clinics (age 13+/age 7-12/age 4-6)- $25/15/10
Pony Ride – $18
One-Hour Group Horseback Ride – $60
One-Hour Private Horseback Ride – $85
One-Hour Riding Instruction – $85
Half Hour Private Carriage Ride – $95/couple; Semi-Private: $60/couple
Mount Washington Golf Course (18-holes w/cart) – Prime Season: $99
Prime Season Unlimited: $125
Mount Pleasant Golf Course (9-holes w/ cart) – Prime Season: $59
Mount Pleasant Golf Course – Family Golf (6-holes) – Everyday (Adult) $40
* Activities, rates and schedules subject to change without notice. Rates are per person unless otherwise noted.

  • Location: Franconia Notch Parkway, Franconia
  • Phone: (603) 823-8800
  • Area lodging:; camping 877-NHPARKS
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: Daily, weather permitting, May 23-October 19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Highlights: Visitors to Franconia Notch State Park can ride the Aerial Tramway or enjoy the sun at Echo Lake Beach. The Tramway takes visitors up 2,180 vertical feet to the summit of Cannon Mountain to enjoy panoramic views of four states and Canada. Located at the summit are the 4080’ Cafe, walking paths and an observation tower. At the base is a cafeteria, Tramway Country Store and bike rentals. Located adjacent to the Tramway base is the New England Ski Museum and Franconia Notch Recreation Path. Guests can also enjoy the Flume Gorge, The Basin, and the Old Man of the Mountain Historic Site, all located in Franconia Notch State Park. Other activities include picnicking and canoe and kayak rentals at Echo Lake Beach.

Food service: Base & summit cafeterias; food for special functions/groups is available

Rates: Discovery Pass (Flume Gorge and Aerial Tramway) – ages 13 & older: $30; ages 12 & under: $24
Aerial Tramway – ages13 & older: $16; ages 6-12: $13; ages 5 & under and NH residents 65 & older: FREE
Flume Gorge – ages13 & older: $16; ages 6-12: $13; ages 5 & under and NH residents 65 & older: FREE
Echo Lake Beach – ages12 & older: $4; ages 6-11: $2

  • Location: 1 Skimobile Road, North Conway
  • Phone: 603-356-5544
  • Area Lodging: 800-SUN-N-SKI
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: Weekends, May 24- June 8 (plus Monday, May 26) & Sept. 6 through Oct. 13 10am-5pm., Daily, June 14-September 1, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Highlights: Cranmore’s Mountain Adventure Park has activities the entire family can enjoy. The Soaring Eagle allows guests to fly 700ft down the mountain on a suspended zip-line, twist and turn down the mountain while you control your speed on the Mountain Coaster, take a ride on the Giant Swing, or climb to new heights after scaling the new climbing wall. Also guests can enjoy the bungee trampoline, summer tubing, Spider Mountain Climb, bouncy houses and take in the view of the surrounding Presidential Range and Mount Washington on a scenic chairlift ride to the summit, and enjoy lunch at the Meister Hut and explore the surrounding hiking trails. The Aerial Adventure Course consists of ropes courses, zip-lines, and air bridges. Cranmore is also home to the Arts Jubilee concert series with live music every Thursday evening from July 17 – August 14.

Food service: A full service cafeteria is on site including beer and wine.

Rates: All Park Pass (includes admission to both Aerial Adventure Park and Mountain Adventure Park, 2 hours in the Aerial Adventure Park and unlimited rides in the Mountain Adventure Park) – 54”min.: $65; 38”-54”: $55
Aerial Adventure Park (2 hours, and includes mandatory Ground School training) – 54”min.: $49; 48”-54”: $39; 3 years+(orange beginner course only): $19
Mountain Adventure Park Pass (unlimited rides all day, does not include Aerial Adventure Park) – 54”+, 9 years min.: $39; 38”-53”, 3 years min.: $29; under 38” and under 3 years: Free

  • Location: 39 Grafton Turnpike, Lyme Center, NH
  • Phone: (603) 795-2143
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Mid-May – Mid-November

Highlights: Consider the award-winning McLane Family Lodge for your special day. Your friends and loved ones will share the day with you beneath soaring timbers nestled at the feet of Holt’s Ledge and Winslow Mountain. The lodge is open, airy and inviting with plenty of space for up to 250 guests. Only a 10 minute drive from exit 14 on Interstate 91, only 20 minutes from Hanover and under 3 hours from Boston or Hartford so your extended family can easily share the experience with you. Despite being so close, you’ll feel far away. The space is available for weddings, receptions, parties or corporate events.

  • Location: Exit 13 off I-89, Grantham
  • Phone: 603-863-4500
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: late-April – early-November, hours vary, early AM to late PM.

Highlights: Eastman Golf Links is always open to the public. Low daily rates, 50 golf carts, free color Eastman Course Guide. Additional staffing brings an enhanced golf experience for everyone. Driving range, full restaurant, complete golf shop. Play where the best amateurs in the state played in 2010 during the NH Golf Association Men’s State Am Championship. Shop online at and take a course tour. Download the custom mobile phone app from Gallus Golf via the iTunes App Store, includes GPS, live scoring, refreshments menu and tee time booking. Also check out the Google Play Store under Eastman Golf.

Food service: Bistro Nouveau is a full-service restaurant with a tavern and grill, fine dining and function rooms.
Rates: 18 Holes with cart: $69; golf only: $49

  • Location: 341 State Route 9, Keene
  • Phone: (603) 358-5000
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Mid-May – Mid-November

Highlights: Granite Gorge now offers a wide selection of summer activities. Mountainside biking as well as a bike terrain park are available. The Green Monster is a professionally designed and built Frisbee golf course. Summer tubing is also offered along with a kid’s waterslide. A variety of games are offered including volleyball, croquet, badminton, horseshoes, and basketball. A playground is available for younger children. There is also a full schedule of special events including two motorcycle hill climbs, live music, and more.

Food Service: Lookout Lounge and Grill – Sit back and enjoy a great menu along with your favorite libation.

Rates: Fun Park – all day: $14
Disc Golf – all day: $7
Mountainside Biking – all day: $12

  • Location: Rt. 16, Pinkham Notch
  • Phone: (603) 466-2333
  • Area lodging: (800) 367-3364
  • Email:

Highlights: Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, located at the base of the historic Mount Washington Auto Road, features a diverse network of trails for mountain biking, Nordic walking, and running. Take a canoe or kayak trip with an experienced guide on local lakes and rivers. While on the trails kids of all ages can complete the Trails Tracker Scavenger Hunt looking for animal friends hiding throughout the woods. Check out the Great Glen Outfitters Shop.

Food Service: Glen View Cafe – Open for breakfast and lunch featuring homemade soups, sandwiches, fabulous chili, grilled cheese, fruit, yogurt and more.

Rates: Bike pass – $10
Mountain bike rental (includes bike pass and helmet) – 4 hour adult: $30;
4 hour child: $22; 2 hour adult: $25; 2 hour child: $18
Helmet rental – $4 per day (Helmets are required)
Trail-a-Bike and Trailer rental – $6 per hour
Androscoggin River Trips – full day: adult $95, junior $65;
Half day: adult $80, Junior $50
Whitewater Trips – beginner program: adult: $110; junior: $80; private clinic: $175; semi-private: $135

  • Location: 719 Cherry Valley Rd.(Route 11A), Gilford
  • Phone/lodging: (800) GUNSTOCK or (603)-293-4341
  • Email: (for general information)
  • (for camping reservations)

Dates of operation: Daily, Memorial Day–Halloween

Highlights: New for this summer guests can enjoy the Discover Package featuring a selection of the offered activities as well as a combo pass for the ZipTour and Aerial Treetop Adventures. Among new features added for this summer are new docks, paddle boats, and the AquaCycle. The Aerial Treetops Adventure Course consists of 12 zip lines, 22 ladders, and 91 course challenges spread over 8 courses. Mountain Segway tours are also available utilizing the Segway X2 and covering over 50 miles of trails. The ZipTour offers 8 different zip lines including the longest zip lines in the continental United States. Guests can descend at up to 56 mph or take a more leisurely pace to enjoy the views. Other activities include mountain biking, kayaking, paddle boats, skate park, bungee jump, mini-golf, climbing walls, BigAirBag launch ramp, Water Wars, slackline park, and more. The campground includes sites perfect for a tent or RV, as well as on-site restrooms, hot showers, playgrounds, a swimming pool and propane filling station. Scenic lift rides are also available to enjoy views of the lakes and mountains. Gunstock hosts wedding receptions, corporate outings, organizational functions and family reunions.

Food service: Full catering menu available for functions, diverse array of food at special events.

Rates: Discover Package – all day: $34; afternoon: $20; season pass: $149
Zip-Tour – adult (ages 10 & older): $79
Aerial Treetop Adventure – adult (ages 12 & older): $50; Explorer (ages 6-11): $25
Segway Tours – adult $70 (ages 14 & older)
Camping – tent sites: $29; electric and water: $35; electric, water and sewer: $43;
cabins: $70

  • Location: 1251 Eaton Road, Madison, NH 03849
  • Phone/lodging: (603) 367-8896
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Open year-round

Highlights: During the warmer months, Purity Spring Resort lodging guests can enjoy waterskiing and wakeboarding as part of the recreation program.

Family owned since the early 1900’s, Purity Spring Resort is set on a thousand acres between the Lakes Region and White Mountains of New Hampshire. The resort surrounds Purity Lake, a pristine, spring-fed lake stretching from the base of family-friendly King Pine Ski Area to the bogs and heaths bordering the NH Audubon/Hoyt Wildlife Sanctuary. Additional amenities include an indoor pool, hot tub and fitness center, four sandy beaches, kayaking, hiking and biking trails, tennis, archery, rock climbing wall, basketball courts, arts-n-crafts, nature walks, scheduled recreation programs and much more during the warmer months.

Purity Spring offers comfortable, family-friendly lodging options, from lakeside cottages and traditional-style inns to mountainside lodges and rental condos for groups and retreats. Purity also offers theme weekends, corporate retreats and unique wedding settings.

Food service: Located on-property Traditions Restaurant offers a full-service restaurant serving three meals daily plus special event meals include steak and lobster cookouts every Thursday evening during the summer months. Please call ahead to reserve.

  • Location: Rt. 112, Lincoln
  • Phone: (800) 229-LOON
  • Lodging: (800) 229-STAY (slopeside); (800) 227-4191 (local area)
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: 5/24 – 6/30 and 9/1 – 10/13: 10am – 5pm; 7/1 – 8/31: 10am – 6pm

Highlights: Fly across the Pemi River and back again on Loon’s Zip Line. Families can find their way through the LogJam Maze, and kids can climb a 30-foot-tall Spiderweb in Paul Bunyan’s Backyard. The Aerial Forest Adventure Park moves from platform to platform via bridges, ziplines and other challenges. New Hampshire’s longest scenic Gondola Skyride takes guests to the summit of Loon Peak, where they can explore the glacial caves, observation tower, self-guided nature walk, mountaintop playground and Summit Café. Kids can hunt for the Loon Lost Gold – pick up a treasure map at the base to navigate the glacial caves and find the treasure. The Loon Mountain Adventure Center offers mountain bike rentals, Franconia Notch Bike Tour, climbing walls, bungee trampoline and zip line that spans the Pemigewasset River. Throughout the summer and fall the whole family will enjoy special events and festivals at Loon, such as the NH Highland Games. Details and calendar of events at

Food service: Summit Café, Whistle Stop Café, Snack Shack, and picnic areas

Rates: Gondola Skyrides (all day) – adults: $16; seniors: $14; juniors: $11; children (age 5 and younger): free
Franconia Notch Bike Tour Shuttle – adults: $39 with bike rental, $23 without; juniors: $35 with bike rental, $18 without
Climbing Wall – $9 per climb
Bungee Trampoline – $12
Unlimited Climbing Wall, Bungee, Maze, Inflatables and Spider Web- $25
Aerial Forest Adventure Park – adults: $49; juniors: $39
Adventure Pass – adults: $49; junior: $39, $29 excluding zipline (includes Gondola Skyride, 2-hour mountain bike rental, round trip zip line, unlimited climbs on the climbing wall, Logjam Maze, inflatable bounce house, Spider Web, and bungee trampoline)
Super Adventure Pass – adults: $71; junior: $61 (includes Aerial Forest Adventure Park, Gondola Skyride, 2-hour mountain bike rental, round trip zip line, unlimited climbs on the climbing wall, and bungee trampoline)
Bicycle Rentals – adults: $34; juniors: $32

  • Location: Rt. 103, Newbury
  • Phone: (603) 763-3564 or (603) 763-3500
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Mount Sunapee Adventure Park: Daily: June 22 – Sept. 3, 2014. Weekends & Holidays: May 24 – June 15 and Sept. 6 – Oct. 13, 2014.

Highlights: The Adventure Park includes a guided 2 ½ hour Canopy Zip-Line Tour featuring eight zip-lines, three rappels and rope bridges, self-guided Aerial Challenge Course with four loops ranging from beginner to advanced with 32 challenges, 75-minute Guided Segway PT® Tours, new Airbag Jump/Climbing Wall, 18-hole Miniature Golf Course, 18-hole Championship Disc Golf Course, Interpretive Hiking Trail and chairlift rides to the summit of South Peak. New for this summer is the Beck Brook Mining Sluice at the Adventure Park for kids. Aerial sky rides to Mount Sunapee’s summit are also available on select dates to enjoy the breathtaking summit scenery. If you prefer, there are numerous hiking trails that will take you to the summit. Less than a mile hike from the summit is Lake Solitude, a glacial lake, located on the back side of Mount Sunapee. Summer events include Sunapee Lions Club “Sunapee Wheels” Antique and Collectible Motor Vehicle Show: June 22, 81st Annual League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair: Aug. 2-10 and 6th Annual Fall Foliage Pig Roast & Barbecue: Oct 11-12.

Food service: Varies depending on the event or activity. Summer Dinners include Lobster and Clambake: June 26, Family Fun Night in the Adventure Park: July 1 and Scotch, Steak & Cigars September 18.

Rates: Play All Day Adventure Park package – Aerial Challenge Course, Airbag Jump/Climbing Wall, Miniature Golf, Disc Golf, South Peak chairlift and Admission to Lake Sunapee State Beach: $49
Aerial Sky Ride – adults: $7; young adult (ages13-18): $6; juniors (ages 6-12): $5; seniors (ages65+): $6; children (age 3-5): free
Canopy Zip-Line Tour – $75
Aerial Challenge Course – $35 for 4 loops
Segway Tour – $39 for 75 minute tour
Airbag Jump/Climbing Wall – $20 for five jumps, climbs or combination of the two
Miniature Golf – ages 13 and up: $9; 12 and under: $6
Disc Golf – $10 greens fee; $5 disc rental
Clipper Ship Chairlift Rides (one-way) – adults: $5; young adult (ages13-18): $4; juniors (ages 6-12): $3; seniors (ages65+): $4; children (age 3-5): free

  • Location: 47 North Main St. Wolfeboro, NH 03894
  • Phone: 603-569-3151
  • Area lodging:
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: April-November: shop hours vary

Highlights: “The XC Ski Village of the Lakes Region” transforms into a summer destination with miles of walking, running, hiking, mountain biking and road bike adventures. Located on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee in America’s first resort. You’ll enjoy many amenities and tranquil beauty of Wolfeboro well off the beaten path. Nordic Skier Sports is your outdoor fun headquarters with a full service bicycle shop and more.

Food: Many fine eateries are within a short walking distance.
Rates: Summer Trail Pass – Free
Mountain bike rental (includes helmet) – adult 4 hours: $20; junior 4 hours: $10; adult full day: $25; junior full day: $15
Road bikes(includes helmet) – 4 hours: $40; full day: $50
Trail-a-Bike or Trailer rental – half day: $10; full day: $15

  • Location: 686 Flanders Rd., Henniker
  • Phone: (603) 428-3245
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: Open Mid-May – late-October

Highlights: Pats Peak Banquet Center is a Full-Service Banquet Center, accommodating up to 200 guests for any type of event including weddings, company meetings, class reunions, anniversary parties and more. The Pats Peak staff provides personalized service and will take care of your every desire. Facility amenities include beautiful stone fireplaces, air-conditioning and panoramic views of the mountain. Pats Peak is a one-stop banquet center.

  • Location: 620 Ragged Mountain Road, Danbury, NH 03230
  • Phone: (603) 768-3600
  • Email:

Dates/hours of operation: Open May – late-October

Highlights: Weddings and corporate functions are offered during the summer and fall months. Function space for wedding receptions and other events, able to accommodate up to 250 people.

  • Location: 1 Ski Area Rd., Waterville Valley
  • Phone/Lodging: (800) GO-VALLEY
  • Email:

Dates of operation: Memorial Day–mid-October

Highlights: Guests can enjoy mountain activities or explore Town Square. Activities include golf, tennis, scenic chairlift rides, mountain biking, skateboarding, boating, stand-up paddleboarding, hiking, swimming, ice skating and more. In Town Square there are live concerts on Saturdays and a full summer schedule of special events. Summer lodging packages include a Freedom Pass that allows access to an array of Waterville Valley’s activities.

Waterville Valley’s biking trail network winds through the White Mountain National Forest, using parts of the cross-country ski trail network, old logging roads, fire roads, single track and hiking trails. There’s also plenty of road-riding available on miles of smooth roads winding throughout the valley. Suspension bike rentals are available, along with mountain biking packages which include bike rentals and use of the Snow’s Mountain chairlift. Snow’s Mountain offers a variety of downhill and cross country mountain biking routes, all served from a double chairlift. Hikers and bikers can both use the lift.

Kids’ programs: There are seven sessions of overnight or day session specialized skateboard camps. Waterville Valley Resort is also home of the Curious George Cottage, former residence of Margret and H.A. Rey. The cottage serves as headquarters for story hours, nature walks and astronomy nights.

Food service: Town Square offers a number of dining choices including a deli, pizza shop, coffee shop, The Lantern, Legends 1291 Sports Pub, and the Coyote Grill.

Rates: Snow’s Mountain Lift – Scenic ride: adult: $10; junior or senior: $8; ½ day (with bike): adult $18; junior or senior: $15; full day (with bike): adult $25; junior or senior: $20
Bike Trail Pass – adult: $6; junior or senior: $5
Standard mountain bike rental (includes daily trail pass) – ½ day adult: $28;
½ day junior or senior: $25; full day adult: $35; full day junior or senior: $30
Full suspension mountain bike rental (includes daily trail pass) – ½ day adult/junior/senior: $50; full day adult/junior/senior: $60
Golf – 9 holes golf, $25; 18 holes golf, $35

Ski NH is the statewide association representing 33 alpine and cross country resorts and more than 200 lodging and guest service properties in New Hampshire. For more information on recreation facilities, lodging packages, and updated summer and autumn events at Ski NH mountain resorts, call Ski NH at (800) 88-SKI-NH (800-887-5464) or visit the Ski NH website at For statewide media relations assistance, visit the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism’s media room at or contact Mr. Tai Freligh at 603-271-2343, option #2. – See more at: