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COLD DAY . . . WARM HEARTS: Inaugural Great Glen Winter Charity Day Makes An Impact

Provided by Crispin Battles, Marketing Director of Mt. Washington Auto Road and Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center

Pinkham Notch, NH — The Mt. Washington Auto Road, and its sister company Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, are proud to report that the inaugural Great Glen Winter Charity Day, held in frigid temperatures on March 11, was a success on many levels. The event brought together new friends and old, while raising over $2,500 for both local and national charities. Most importantly, however, the event inspired a sense of philanthropy among community members and customers alike, which will pay dividends well into the future. The company’s management and staff are firm believers in the words of noted philanthropist Eli Broad who once stated: “Charity is just writing checks and not being engaged. Philanthropy is being engaged, not only with your resources but getting people and yourself really involved and doing things that haven’t been done before.”

While the Great Glen Winter Charity Day held the moniker “inaugural” it was actually an evolution of an event that has been near and dear to the company since 2008. Originally held as a ski-a-thon fundraiser specifically for the ALS Association in recognition of Carl Johnson, an active community member who battled the disease, this year the event was expanded to include all charities so that participants could choose the cause that speaks to them. In total, 17 organizations received donations, including:

* Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation

* Conway Area Humane Society

* Tin Mountain Conservation Center

* White Mountain Swiftwater Rescue Team

* Kennett High School Project Graduation

* Family Resource Center of Gorham

* Jackson Biathlon

* MSPCA – Methuen

* Donna’s Dreamers

* ALS Association, Northern New England Chapter

* Casting For Recovery

* American Cancer Society

* Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

* Alzheimer’s Association

* American Lung Association, New Hampshire

* St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital

* Southern Poverty Law Center

Participants who donated $25 or more received a trail pass to ski, snowshoe, and fatbike at Great Glen Trails, as well as a catered lunch from the Glen View Café. Those who donated $50 or more were given a voucher to take a ride on the Mt. Washington SnowCoach to treeline on the Mt. Washington Auto Road — unfortunately, conditions were too cold for the SnowCoaches to run during the event. Our close-knit community, together with customers from other New England states, enjoyed the afternoon in the warmth of our lodge playing board games and relishing in the camaraderie of friends.

Plans are already underway to make the “second annual” Great Glen Winter Charity Day a landmark event for the 2018 winter season, and an ongoing part of the philanthropic activities hosted by the Mt. Washington Auto Road and Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center. The company’s events have a long history of raising funds for local charities and non-profit organizations, foremost among them being the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb which has raised over $1,000,000 for the Tin Mountain Conservation Center, and the Northeast Delta Dental Mt. Washington Road Race which has raised over $80,000 for Coos County Family Health Services.


The family-owned Mount Washington Summit Road Company was formed in 1859, and completed the road to the summit of Mount Washington in 1861. The Mt. Washington Carriage Road, now called the Mt. Washington Auto Road, has the long-held distinction of being America’s oldest man-made attraction. Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, opened in 1994, is one of New Hampshire’s premier Nordic ski areas, with 45 kilometers of trails for skiing, snowshoeing and fatbiking. During the summer months, the Outdoor Center focuses on human-powered outdoor activities including kayaking, biking, hiking and trail running. Both companies consider themselves stewards of Mt. Washington and the natural areas surrounding it, and feel strongly about supporting their local communities.


The Mount Washington Summit Road Company Announces The Return Of The Glen House Hotel

glen-house-hotel-modelPinkham Notch, NH
-Half a century since the last Glen House stood on this site, the family-owned Mount Washington Summit Road Company (MWSRC) which has owned and operated the Mt. Washington Auto Road since 1906, intends to have the fifth iteration of the hotel open by May 2018.

The 68-room hotel will be built on the west side of Route 16 in Green’s Grant on a site owned by the MWSRC and will feature a pool, meeting room and restaurant. Half of the rooms will have balconies facing the Northern Presidential mountains and the Carter Moriah range. Aesthetically, the hotel will be built in classic New England vernacular, with clapboards, painted trim and signature chimneys, similar to the previous four Glen Houses that have stood on this site since 1852. The design of the guestrooms is reflective of the simplicity of Shaker design while the public spaces embrace both the history of the Mt. Washington Auto Road and local Native American roots.

In line with the environmental stewardship of the MWSRC, the Glen House will be highly energy efficient and close to carbon neutral. The company has proven to be a leader in applying innovative, green-energy practices to all aspects of its business, and the new Glen House will be no exception. A state-of-the-art geothermal system will provide heating and cooling for the hotel, and two offsite energy-generating projects will harness hydro and solar power.

The three-story hotel will serve guests visiting the Auto Road and taking advantage of the winter and summer offerings of Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, which offers hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and many outdoor programs in summer. Winter activities include cross-country skiing on 45 kilometers of classic and skate-groomed trails, snowshoeing, snow tubing and winter tours to treeline on the Mt. Washington SnowCoach.

Partnering with the MWSRC on this historic project is Martini Northern, a construction management company based in Portsmouth, BMA Architects from Amherst, NH and Stibler Associates, an interior design firm from Bedford, NH.

Scheduled to break ground in the spring of 2017, the Glen House is anticipating an open date prior to Memorial Day 2018.

Written by Crispin Battles
Marketing Director at Mt. Washington Auto Road

Great Glen Trails to Host Largest Kids’ Nordic Ski Festival in March

The largest kids’ Nordic ski festival in the United States, The New England Bill Koch League Festival, will be hosted by Great Glen Trails Outdoor center during the weekend of March 5 and 6, 2016. The New England Bill Koch League Festival, also knows as the BKL Festival is the marquee event of the New England Nordic Ski Association’s Bill Koch Youth Ski League and attracts pre-school through eighth grade participants from across New England, the Northeast and Canadian provinces.

The Festival carries the name of America’s only Olympic cross country medalist, Bill Koch. In 1976 Koch, from Putney, Vermont, won a silver medal at the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria. Following this achievement, the national nordic ski program for youth was renamed in his honor, and the Bill Koch League (BKL) has continued throughout the Northeast for decades, introducing youth to the joys of cross country skiing in BKL Clubs, mostly led by parents and volunteers. Bill Koch himself will be at the Festival, supporting and encouraging all the young skiers, including his own son, Will.

The Festival rotates annually through the states of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and Vermont. Last year’s Festival was held at the Mountain Top Inn and Resort in Chittenden, Vermont. The last time the Festival was held in NH, in 2012, Great Glen Trails was also chosen to host. The popular Pinkham Notch outdoor center did so, attracting and entertaining 625 kids plus their parents, siblings and coaches.

Festivities will start up on Saturday with the parade of participants, grouped by the geographic district they represent. With a theme of “White Mountain Magic”, there are sure to be elves, magicians, fairies, witches and magical creatures marching at the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road. Saturday’s on-snow events include two-person relay races by grade levels using classic technique, and a variety of Nordic Adventure non-timed activities such as games on skis, an obstacle course to be negotiated on skis, and a magical mystery-themed ski tour to Great Glen’s warming cabin with refreshments. Great Glen’s daily offerings of snow tubing and the Trails Tracker character hunt are also available for the kids on both weekend days. The evening wraps up with a pasta dinner held at the Town & Country Inn and Resort in Shelburne, NH.

The fun continues on Sunday with individual interval-start races of 1 to 4 kilometers in length, depending on grade level. The Lollipop Race for novice skiers in 2nd grade and younger routinely brings the most smiles to observers as “knee-high” youngsters scurry as best they can to reach the finish line and ultimately to receive a lollipop. Eighth graders, in their final year of eligibility for the BKL Festival, have a graduation ceremony with a unique skiing challenge and public recognition. The obstacle course is again available as is a speed test, with radar being used to clock skier-generated momentum. Awards ceremonies throughout the weekend will recognize outstanding performances in the races.

The 2016 Festival has many generous sponsors. Valley Originals, a group of locally-owned and operated restaurants in the Mt. Washington Valley area, is a Gold Sponsor, as well as L.L. Bean. Every registered skier will receive a “goody” bag that includes items donated by Ragged Mountain of Intervale, Polartec, Swix, and Gould Academy. The Holderness Nordic Club, the Nansen Ski Club and Gould Academy are all playing significant roles in overseeing the obstacle course, radar runs and Saturday ski tour respectively.

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Over one hundred volunteers will be sporting brightly-colored special event hats provided by Choucas. The Town & Country Inn, Northeast Delta Dental, Paula Jones Creative, White Birch Books, Zeb’s General Store, Kroka Expeditions, Rossignol, Salomon and Burke Mountain Academy are also supporting the event as sponsors. Additional sponsors are still being sought for this huge event, as are volunteers who will make this weekend a fun and memorable experience for the hundreds of kids and their families coming to the area.

Pre-registration for participation in the New England BKL Festival is required and is done online through the event’s website: bklfestival.com. For more information and to get involved, contact Sue Wemyss, Festival Event Director at Great Glen Trails via phone: 603-466-2333 or email: sue@greatglentrails.com.


Great Glen Trails to Host Women’s Winter Nordic Escape Weekend

Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center will host the annual Women’s Winter Escape Weekend on January 16 and 17, 2016. The all-women’s event will take place over two days, with Saturday being the more structured day.

Women have the opportunity to spend a memorable weekend in Pinkham Notch for a varied, active and social weekend with cross country ski clinics, naturalist-led snowshoe tours, yoga, equipment demo and preparation lesson, snow tubing, nutrition talk, meals, refreshments and more.

Beginning on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and wrapping up after lunch on Sunday, the weekend is designed to be a fun and highly social experience with opportunities for self-improvement and trying new activities, all the while being coached and supported by female instructors, staff and fellow participants. Cross country ski clinics in both the classic and skate techniques in flat and uphill terrain are offered. Also available are both a beginning and an advanced ski clinic, teaching greater control through downhills and corners. Additionally, yoga, snowshoe tours, time for snow tubing and free skiing are built into the schedule.

On Saturday, Great Glen is holding a Nordic demo day, which allows participants to try a variety of equipment brands throughout the day. Throughout the weekend, Great Glen Outfitters will be open, to match women with the proper gear and clothing for their time on the snow. Sunday will be more relaxed, with clinics offered in the morning only.

Details, times and a complete Women’s Winter Escape schedule is available at http://www.greatglentrails.com. Participants make their clinic selections Saturday morning at registration on January 16th. Participant numbers are limited in each clinic, to assure personalized attention and instruction.

Leading ski clinics, with an able staff of other top women instructors, is 1984 Olympian Sue Wemyss, Ski School Director at Great Glen, who has taught and coached cross country skiing for more than 25 years. Leslie Bancroft Krichko, another Olympic skier (1980 and ’88), returns every year for this special event to provide her expertise and sunny personality. Susan Thompson, multi-season member of the Great Glen Ski School and dedicated cross country competitor, will lead skate clinics. Donna Smyth, long-time professor in the Keene State Physical Education Department adds her enthusiasm and knowledge in several clinic offerings. An Appalachian Mountain Club Naturalist will guide the snowshoe tours and add interest with her knowledge of the natural world in winter.

This once-a-year program is limited to twenty women at a cost of $119 per person. Although lodging is not available at Great Glen, the Outdoor Center partners with a number of lodging properties in the area. A complete list can be found on the Great Glen website.

For more information and to register, visit http://www.greatglentrails.com, call Kim Hoyt at (603) 466-2333 x147, or email kim@greatglentrails.com.

The Mt. Washington SnowCoach takes you to a world above treeline

Climb aboard for a comfortable winter tour to an extreme world. The Mt. Washington SnowCoach is a unique, specially-constructed vehicle with all-wheel-drive incorporating a 4-track system which allows the 9-passenger SnowCoach to deliver you to the world above treeline (about 4,200 ft). Take a 1¼ hour long round trip or XC or snowshoe back to the base!

Nordic Warm Up at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center


It’s been months since you’ve been on snow, but you can pick up right where you left off with Nordic Warm Up! Starting out the season under the watchful eye of Ski School Director and Olympian Sue Wemyss, she will help you prevent bad habits and get you skiing technically sound, sooner. Plus, we’ll work on ski specific fitness, so you can gain confidence on your skis.

December 8, 15, 22 from 10:00-11:30 am

For more information call 603-466-2333 or visit greatglentrails.com

Ski, Snow, Holiday Deals and Apres-Ski in Mt. Washington Valley, NH

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 Welcome to the About the Snow newsletter, where you’ll find weekly up-to-date weather reports, lodging packages, events and more! Happy holidays from the Valley where three of seven premier Alpine Ski Resorts are running chairlifts for your holiday skiing getaway! Cranmore Mountain Resort, Bretton Woods and Wildcat Mountain are open for the holidays, and other local businesses are busy at work preparing for your arrival with events, shopping deals and more.


We’re getting ready to welcome snow today and tonight. Our weather forecasters at the Mount Washington Observatory are predicting measurable snow in the afternoon and evening, just in time to add to the base already in the Valley for Thanksgiving weekend!


We thank you for choosing to spend the holidays with your family in the Mt. Washington Valley and we wish you a happy and joyful Thanksgiving. Stay tuned to SkiMWV.com for constant updates on even more trail openings and ski area events and THINK SNOW

November 26, 2014


Take a trip up the Auto Road and see the valley transform into a winter wonderland. Photo taken in the 2013-2014 season by Dan Houde/Wiseguy Creative Photography. Local yoga instructor, Chelsea Latham leads the Annual Snow Dance at Black Mountain, praying to the snow gods for a white winter. Photo by Black Mountain.



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Nov. 27: White Mt. Milers 5k Turkey Trot at King Pine

Nov. 28, 29: Festival of Trees at Salyards Center for the Arts in Conway Village.


Schouler Park and at Eastern Slope Inn.

Nov. 28, 29, 30, Dec. 5, 6, 7, 12, 13:
Traditionally Yours Celebration and Jingle Bell Chocolate Tour in Jackson Village.

Nov. 28, 29 and weekends in Dec.: Santa’s Holiday Express on the Conway Scenic RR.

Nov. 28: Open House at Bear Notch Ski Touring Center.

Nov. 28, 29: Winter Homecoming and Brewfest at Cranmore Mountain Resort.

Nov. 28, 29, 30: Bretton Woods Homecoming.

Nov. 29 & Dec. 6, 13, 20: Tea with Mrs. Claus at Bretton Woods.

Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21: Santa Breakfast at Omni Mount Washington Hotel

Dec. 5: Skier Appreciation Night at Red Parka Pub.

Dec. 6: Moonlit Ski & Snowshoe Tour at Bretton Woods.

Dec. 6: Holiday Tree Festival at Settlers’ Green. Enjoy Live caroling music, festive trees free hot chocolate & horse-drawn wagon rides with Santa, and a miniature tubing oark created by Cranmore Mountain Resort.

Dec. 6:  Conway Village Holiday Parade and Skate Show at Ham Arena.

Dec. 13-14: Country Inns in the White Mountains Cookie Tour

Dec. 20: Winter Solstice party at Fields of Ambrosia

Snow Reports


Visitor Information

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Snow Reports

As we look ahead to the weekend, here is a quick trail and lift count and projected opening dates at the Valley’s seven ski resorts from this morning:
Attitash – Projected opening day is Friday, December 6.
Black Mountain – Projected opening day is Friday, December 12.
Bretton Woods – Open daily. 14 trails. 3 lifts. Base depth: 6″ – 18″. New snow in the past 7 days: 0″. Season snowfall total: 9.”
Cranmore – Open 11/28, 11/29 & 11/29. 6 trails. Base depth: 6″ – 18.” New snow in the past 7 days: 0.” Season snowfall total: 3.”
King Pine – projected opening day is Friday December 12.
Shawnee Peak – Projected opening day is Saturday, December 13.

Wildcat – Open daily. 7 trails. 1 lift. Base depth: 6″ – 24.” New Snow in the past 7 days: 3.” Season snowfall total: 11.”

Here’s a look at the cross country ski and snowshoe terrain open at the Valley’s six XC centers:

Bear Notch Ski Touring – Stay tuned for a projected opening date.
Bretton Woods Nordic -Stay tuned for a projected opening date.
Great Glen Trails – Stay tuned for a projected opening date. Great Glen Trails ski shop is open through the holiday weekend.

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation – Stay tuned for a projected opening date.

Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring – Stay tuned for a projected opening date.
Purity Spring XC and Snowshoe Reserve – Stay tuned for a projected opening date.
Please note: As we approach the official start of the ski season, daily hours, conditions and start-of-season dates for Mt. Washington Valley’s 13 ski resorts and XC centers will be weather-dependent. Be sure to check the resort’s ski reports for updated information. 



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What’s New on the Slopes & Trails

The Mount Washington Valley is a cross country skier’s paradise. . Home to six Nordic ski centers, offering over

Enjoy these light-up snowshoes, available at Great Glen Trails – perfect for a moonlit snowshoe walk.

450 kilometers of cross country skiing there is a cross-country ski adventure waiting for every level of skier or snow-shoer.

Last week, we focused on all of the upgrades being made to the seven Alpine ski resorts throughout the valley. To add to that excitement, we’re sharing all of the improvements made to the Nordic centers across the Mt. Washington Valley as we prepare for the 2014-2015 season of skiing.

For a complete look at everything that is new at Mt. Washington Valley’s Nordic ski resorts, click here.

Where the Deals Are

Did you know that North Conway, NH was rated one of the most affordable ski destinations by TripAdvisor? Plan a great ski vacation here for your entire family without breaking the bank. The Valley’s ski resorts, XC Centers, shopping centers and boutiques and dining establishments offer special deals and packages to help make the most of your Mt. Washington Valley ski vacation. We’ve corralled some of the holiday’s best deals below for you and your family to enjoy this holiday season.

Click here for a list of holiday XC Center ticket deals throughout the Mt. Washington Valley.

Ski and Stay

Ski Attitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain withthe Ski and Stay package at the 1785 Inn in North Conway.

Your stay includes:
  • one  lift ticket for Attitash & Wildcat
  • one night overnight accommodations
  • full country breakfast.

This package is booked per person at a rate of $89.50 each. It is based on double occupancy and each booking includes one lift ticket and full country breakfast for the price specified per person.

More Info
Package Available From: 12-06-14 To: 04-11-15

Call 603-356-9025 to reserve.


A day on the slopes and an evening of apres-ski pairs as well as a fine wine and cheese in Mt Washington Valley.

With the holidays coming up, shops and restaurants and music halls are preparing some great evening apres-ski events. Enjoy artisan fairs in bars, live music in event halls and special dining offers to fill your holiday evening with fun after a day on the slopes!

Plan ahead and peruse our Christmas page to help you plan your holiday get-away in the Mt. Washington Valley.

 Be sure you’ve penciled in Local’s and Trivia Night as well as beer tastings and more, happening throughout the Valley.

Click here for a look at what’s going on for apres-ski for the holiday week.

Featured Scenes of Snow

Local North Conway Village shop, Spruce Hurricane shared this wintry photo of North Conway Village.

Skiers give a happy salute as they catch the first chair at Cranmore Mountain Resort’s Opening Weekend. Photo by Cranmore Mountain.

Wildcat skiers delight in the snow and the view over the weekend on Nov. 22. Photo by Wildcat Mountain.  


Bretton Woods gets up early to groom their trails on Nov. 22nd. The ski resort was ranked #1 in grooming and for snow in the East for the second year in a row by Ski Magazine! Photo by Bretton Woods.

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Gorham NH Mountain Bike Weekend!

Join Top Notch Inn and Mt. Moriah Cottage for the 2nd Annual Gorham Mountain Bike Weekend, with partners, Great Glen Trails and Stan and Dan Sports!

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25 Hours of Great Glen

Are you ready for……
Registration is now open for the 2014 24 Hours of Great Glen!

We’re kicking it off with a video contest!

Don’t let this keep you from registering, if you win we’ll refund your money!

  • The winner receives a FREE solo or team entry

  • The runner up receives 50% off solo or team entry

  • 3rd place receives a 2013 Jersey solo or team OR Great Glen Trails Summer Season Pass

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The bridge will be back!!
Be sure to clown around on our
website for all the info on rules, camping, festival 24-with plenty to do for the whole gang, showers-yes we have FREE hot showers, and of course the
weekend schedule.

Not ready to race for 24?

Try 12 Hours of Great Glen

“Ladies and Gentlemen, Children of All Ages…

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Ski Camp for Kids at Great Glen Trails: Penguins & Polar Bears


During the upcoming February vacation week, Great Glen Trails will be hosting a cross country ski camp for kids called Penguins and Polar Bears. The camp will be held Monday, February 17 through Wednesday, February 19 from 9:30 to 11:30 am.  The camp’s activities focus on games and fun, while teaching cross country ski basics.

The Penguins and Polar Bears Ski Camp is designed for children aged six through eleven.  On the first day, games such as Red Light, Green Light; Moose in the Trail; and “Who Stole My Moose?” teach and provide practice for stopping, starting and speed control.  One-ski scootering and statue challenges teach weight shift and gliding.  Great Glen’s Trails Tracker Character Hunt invites and rewards exploration of the wooded ski trails.

Games of tag and on-ski versions of soccer, speedball and capture the flag are some of the second day’s activities that help develop coordination, agility and balance.  There’s more time spent exploring trails, as well as the possibility for stopping by the snow tubing hill for a run or two.

The camp’s final morning revolves around a puzzle hunt on the trail system.  Children armed with maps and chaperoned by their adult instructors plan their ski route to find the puzzle pieces dispersed along the trail system.  Often by Day three, new friendships have been established and families are meeting for lunches and afternoon trail skis together.

Both Penguins and Polar Bears are led by the Great Glen Trails Ski School Director and Olympian Sue Wemyss, with assistance from qualified staff. Sue has taught and coached cross country skiing for more than 20 years to students of all ages. For many winters now, she has worked with kids at Great Glen Trails ensuring they have fun on snow while learning how to improve their skiing.

Pre-registration  for the camp is required.  Registration can be made by phoning Great Glen Trails, 603-466-2333 during business hours.

Camp Schedule:

Monday, February 17 – Wednesday, February 19

9:30am – 11:30am

Cost: $99 includes three-day camp, trail passes and rentals (if needed).

Single day: $40

Two-day: $75

For the single and two-day options, a phone interview with Camp Director, Sue Wemyss, or Retail Manager, Nathan Harvey, is required for participants to join the camp “late,” i.e. on Day 2, to determine the child’s skiing ability. One-day only participation is not available on Day 3.

Located at the base of Mt. Washington, Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center is a year-round destination for outdoor and fitness enthusiasts. Winter offerings include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, tubing and the one-of-a-kind SnowCoach. Mountain biking, paddling, Nordic walking and trail running are popular in summer. For more information, visit http://www.GreatGlenTrails.com or call 603-466-2333.

Eyes on Owls Valentine’s Presentation at Great Glen Trails!


Reserve your seat today, space is limited!
Show times: 5-6:15 pm & 7:00-8:15pm  
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Great Glen Trails
Join teacher/naturalist Marcia Wilson and author/photographer/naturalist Mark Wilson in sharing their passion for owls! “Owls of the World – Who’s Watching You?” is a live owl presentation, with appearances from (6) different owls from New England and beyond. Mark and Marcia  share the field marks, signs and naturalist’s skills that you can use to find wild owls without disturbing them.
Only $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for kids ages 4-12.