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Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation Presents Outdoor Snowshoe Adventure

Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation welcomes you to attend their Outdoor Adventure at Tin Mountain Conservation Center on Saturday, March 4th from 9am to 1pm. Participants can enjoy a winter nature walk with the guidance of animal tracking and winter ecology enthusiasts, a Geocache adventure with experts on hand to assist newcomers to the hobby, and a kid’s treasure hunt in the Rockwell Sanctuary. For those who wish to explore on their own, this option is also available. The trails are ready and accessible for snowshoers of all ability levels.

jens-friendsRegistration for the event is from 9-10am, with events from 10-11:30am. Participants are welcome to meet at the Nature Learning Center at 11:30 for hot drinks and soup.

The cost to attend this event is donation-based, with 100% of the funds raised for Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation. These funds are given back to Mt. Washington Valley residents that are battling cancer. The money is raised in the Valley, and stays in the Valley!

Participants are asked to please dress for winter weather and to wear appropriate footwear with traction or snowshoes depending on the snow conditions. Please bring your own snowshoes, as there are only a limited number of snowshoes available for those who do not have them, on a first come first serve basis.

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About Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation

Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides supplemental financial assistance and other resources to cancer patients and their families in the Mount Washington Valley who are uninsured, under-insured, or financially challenged, allowing them to focus on battling cancer without worrying about the indirect financial burdens that often arise. Jen’s Friends is currently assisting over 70 families in the Mount Washington Valley in their fight against cancer.

For more information, contact Charlie Zaccaria by email at czaccaria@roadrunner.com or by phone at 603-986-1923. For more information about Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation, please visit their website at http://jensfriends.org/wordpress/.

 

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.

Equipment Sale at Great Glen Trails

Columbus Day Sale!
This Weekend October 12th-14th
Saturday – Monday 8:30am – 5pm
Bikes, Boats and Nordic Gear at Great Glen Trails!

Come enjoy the beautiful fall foliage and get a first look at 2014’s hottest new cross country ski equipment. Get it now, so you’re ready for when the snow falls! Previous years ski equipment 25%- 60% off! Plus outdoor clothing, hats, gloves, hydration packs, Smartwool socks and much more all at 25-60% off!

Nordic Equipment and Clothing

Used Nordic Packages $199 – $299

New Nordic Equipment 10% – 70% off

 

Bikes

Most bikes are just three months old, well cared for and in good condition! Cannondale / Schwinn Comfort Bikes starting at $250, Kids Kona Mountain Bikes starting at $250, Adult Kona Mountain Bikes starting at $375.

Boats & Accessories

Used Touring and White Water Kayaks for sale starting at $275
Spray skirts, paddles, PFD’s, river booties and helmets.

Trails are open until October 20th Paddling Trips are available until
October 14!
Come on up and enjoy the fresh air and scenery!

 

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Anything is possible! 

 

Happy New Year from the Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce. May 2013 be a year filled with lasting memories and plenty of travel for you, your friends and your family. We’re pretty psyched to be enjoying winter up here in Mt Washington Valley. Between the Valley’s 13 ski resorts and XC Centers,  plus all the other fun ways to enjoy the mountains, like tubing, mountain coasters and ziplines, sleighrides, dogsledding and snowmobiling we’re having a blast up here in our neck of the White Mountains. Make this the month you do too. Visit www.mtwashingtonvalley.org for a complete resource for all your vacation planning. Live free and play in our neck of the woods. See you soon!

    

Event of the Month

January 26-27:

Attitash Military Salute Weekend:
Attitash and Wildcat will honor our nation’s defenders and their families with FREE lift tickets for active, veteran and retired service men and women as well as discounted lift tickets for active duty family members with ID on January 26 and 27. While all events take place at Attitash, Wildcat Mountain, located in Pinkham Notch just 20 minutes from Attitash, will also be offering free lift tickets for active, veteran and retired service men and women on January 26 and 27.

Event Schedule

Saturday, January 26: All are welcome to take part in the special flag parade, led by an honor guard, which begins at the top of Attitash and concludes with the National Anthem at the base area at approximately 1 p.m. Après ski entertainment will take place in Ptarmigan’s Pub with a band TBA.

Sunday, January 27: Get ready for some fun competition on the slopes in the 4th Annual Battle of the Branches GS Race. Racers (including kids!) will select which branch they are representing and their points will go toward each branch to determine a winner.

For complete information, visit www.attitash.com.

 

Celebrate Cranmore’s 75th Anniversary

  In what they’re calling “The biggest social event of the winter”, Cranmore Mountain Resort will celebrate their 75th anniversary at The Red Jacket Resort in North Conway, NH.  The event takes place on Sat. January 12, 2013 at 5:30pm.

Join Cranmore for cocktails, dinner and dancing to a swing band. Dress in vintage 1930’s garb or ski attire, or your finest evening attire.

Tickets are $99 per person. Tickets include a cocktail hour with appetizers and a cash bar sponsored by the Red Jacket and music from the Alpiner Oom-Pah Band; and 3-course Austrian-themed dinner with a celebratory glass of wine. Evening highlights will feature live music and dancing with the Chris Humphrey Big Band. A memorable multi-media presentation of Cranmore’s history will be part of the festivities.  A portion of proceeds benefit the Herbert Schneider Memorial Fund.

Guests will receive a goodie bag including a commemorative engraved wine glass, a 75th anniversary poster, pin and a copy of local historian Tom Eastman’s new book, “The History of Cranmore Mountain.” Eastman will be at the event for a book signing.

Tickets may be purchased online or in person at the ticket office at Cranmore anytime. Tickets are limited and advance reservations are required. Reservations may also be made by phone: 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.  The public is encouraged to make reservations as soon as possible as this event is sure to sell out.

Guests may select one of two entree choices. The complete Austrian-themed menu is as follows:

For more information on this event and to order tickets online, click here.

The 1785 Inn named among top inns for the holidays  

1785 Inn & Restaurant was among ten inns named throughout the country for the “December 2012 Best of BedandBreakfast.com Award” acclaimed as a “Top Ten Holiday Inn.” This award from BedandBreakfast.com, the largest bed and breakfast website with over 13,000 properties, recognized “10 inns that give you the opportunity to pack up and take an exciting holiday escape.” According to BedandBreakfast.com, “The 1785 Inn & Restaurant in North Conway, NH” is an inn where you can “enjoy colorful decorations throughout ski season.”

 
The award went on to say “The winter holidays don’t end on Christmas at this North Conway B&B. Their colorful holiday decorations are in place from December 1 through March 1, the duration of their ski season … Each common room here (dining room, guest living rooms, and pub) have their own theme and color scheme … Take the opportunity to dine on a seven-course New Year’s Eve dinner. If you need to burn off some of your holiday calories, go on an adventure and explore the inn’s cross-country trails or nearby downhill skiing slopes.”

The 1785 Inn & Restaurant is owned and operated by Charlie & Becky Mallar. Charlie said that he was glad “to see Becky and Jenny MacMillan and the rest of our staff getting recognition for their beautiful work on decorating the Inn for the winter.” The Inn is open every day for dining, lodging, and to view the holiday decorations.

AboutTheSnow.com is your one-stop-spot for ski conditions

Want to get the up-to-date scoop on snow conditions, contests, forecasts and photos of the day? Be sure to bookmark www.AboutTheSnow.com and visit often. It’s your complete guide to everything you want to know about the snow sports in Mt Washington Valley. There you’ll find links to all the ski resorts and XC Centers, an update on upcoming events and ticket giveaways too.

Be sure to register there for our weekly About The Snow newsletter delivered by email every Thursday, offering insight into news from all 13 of Mt Washington Valley’s ski resorts and XC Centers.

 

Lodging Package of the Month 

 

Midweek Ski & Stay Package At Cranmore Mountain Lodge

Stay at Cranmore Mountain Lodge  Sunday night through Thursday night for two nights and you’ll get a discount on your room, a voucher for a dinner at one of the Valley Originals’ Restaurants or Rafferty’s Restaurant and Pub (closed on Tuesdays) or at A Taste Of Thai Restaurant, and ski for one day wherever you want, downhill or cross-country or both, at a discounted rate, all for one low rate of $268 for two + tax, ALL WINTER LONG!

Choose between all 7 of Mt Washington Valley’s ski resorts including: Bretton Woods, Black Mountain, Cranmore Mountain, King Pine,Shawnee Peak, Attitash Mountain, Wildcat Mountain or the Valley’s 6 XC Centers including Bretton Woods, Notch, Great , Jackson Ski Touring , MWV Ski Touring, King Pine and Snowshoe Center.

This special midweek can even be applied to skiing on Martin Luther King Day.

This package starts at $168 + tax for two for 1 night or $268 + tax for two for 2 nights. Package Available To: 03-31-13. This package is available only Sunday through Thursday, through closing Day 2013, except December 24, 2012- January 2, 2013 and February 18-22, 2013. Subject to availability. Rates are double occupancy.

For a complete list of vacation specials offered by Mt Washington Valley lodging properties, click here.

For a complete list of vacation specials offered by Mt Washington Valley lodging properties, click here.

 

Get Out and Play in Mt Washington Valley

Bretton Woods cuts the ribbon on new Mount Stickney expansion

It’s back to the future for Bretton Woods which continues to add new features and expand the resort to meet the needs of family travelers. As ski resort General Manager, Chris Ellms, explains the newly expanded glades on Mount Stickney, complete with its own newly installed T-Bar and warming hut, is a way of introducing a new generation of skiers to the best of the past in skiing. “We’re so retro, we’re cool,” explained Ellms in a recent unveiling of the new facilities and ribbon cutting at the Mount Stickney cabin, which occurred at exactly 12:12pm on 12-12-12. “We’re going so far backward, we’re moving forward,” finished Ellms in explaining the value of the new multi-use backcountry facility and its appeal to all generations of skiers.

In an age of high-tech snowmaking and martini bars atop the mountain, Bretton Woods is intentionally going back to the best of what used to be by unveiling a good old reliable Doppelmayr T-bar lift.   Named the Telegraph T-Bar after the pieces of old telegraph cables found during its installation that at one time linked to a neighboring hotel, the 2,000-foot surface lift takes skiers to a wooded natural snow area on Mount Stickney with gladed trails for all ability levels.

Near the summit of Mount Stickney a 600-square-foot warming cabin provides a rustic, solar-powered respite complete with indoor and outdoor fireplaces and seating. While the cabin and lifts were produced elsewhere, the majority of the expanded facilities were assembled and built locally by Bretton Woods’s guides and staff doubling as carpenters, surveyors and general contractors.

For more information on Bretton Woods, visit www.Brettonwoods.com.

Family Fun in Mt Washington Valley      

Saturdays throughout January: Don’t miss Cranapalooza at Cranmore: Held January 5, 12, 19, 26, CRANAPALOOZA! is a celebration of winter, skiing, fun, friends and family! Join in the fun on Saturday afternoons for s’mores roasting, face painting, and family fun. Fireworks will also be included on Jan. 19th and will start at 6:30pm.

Sundays throughout January: Ski with a Naturalist at Great Glen Trails:   Each Sunday, take a lesson in nature at Great Glen Trails with the whole family: When you ski with an AMC naturalist, you will learn about the flora and fauna that make our corner of the world so special. You’ll scout for tracks in the snow. You’ll learn about the different trees in the Glen. You’ll listen for distinct bird calls. You’ll truly begin understand how the ecosystem works in Pinkham Notch. It takes place on Sundays 10:30 – 12 and is free with a trail pass.

Saturdays in January: Kids Fun Run at King Pine: Practice your racing skills in the fun run which takes place at the bottom of the Open Slope. No entry fee but lift ticket required. Awards for winners. Click here for info.

January 13: TD Bank Kids Ski Fest: An EXTRA FUN day for kids at Great Glen Trails! Come join the fun from 9am to 4pm for winter fun on skis! Steve’s Awesome Obstacle Course, Team Sprint Relays, group games, treats to eat at the Cabin, a lollipop race for the youngest skiers are all on the schedule. Add in Great Glen’s every day offerings of the Trails Tracker creature hunt and snow tubing and you won’t want to leave! Mini-lessons will be offered in both morning and afternoon for first-time cross country youth skiers. Trail Pass required for adults and children at a reduced rate of $5. Activities and children’s rental equipment FREE. Rentals for participating parent/guardians: $10.

   

 Couples Capers

Stroll hand in hand past snow dancers and other amazing snow sculptures at Black Mountain then snuggle together for some après sculptures fun at the Shovel Handle Pub. Plan your couples caper around a weekend of NH Sanctioned Snow Sculpting fun at Black Mountain, January 25-27, 2013. Take your romantic escape that weekend and you’ll not only be wowed by the skiing and outdoor adventure, you’ll also be wooed by beautifully sculpted ice sculptures.

This event attracts a wide variety of sculptors, both amateur and professional. In fact, many of the Competing Teams will be using this weekend as a practice run for Lake Geneva and the Nationals. Each team of sculptors consists of 2 or 3 members, and in order to be eligible to compete in the State Championship, team members must be 18 years or older and reside or work in New Hampshire. Although, sculptors from outside of New Hampshire will also be in Jackson participating in the invitational, exhibiting their magnificent works of snow art.

Amateurs and professionals of any age are eligible to compete in the Overall and People’s Choice Awards. Why not make a couples caper out of it and try your hand at snow sculpting?

Each team will be given a cylinder shaped block of snow 4 feet in diameter by 8 feet tall to create their snow sculptures. Most of the teams will start sculpting on Friday, January 25th and continue working through the night on Saturday to complete their sculptures in time for the judging on Sunday afternoon January 27th starting at Noon. Judging is based on creativity, technique and message.

Other activities planned for the snow sculpture weekend include a welcome reception dinner, with a bon fire and roasting of marshmallows, sleigh rides and more. There’ll be plenty of après snow sculpting fun in the Lostbo Pub at Black Mountain and next door at the Shovel Handle Pub at Whitney’s Inn. For more information, click here.

   

Fun Events to Plan Your Trip Around         

Saturdays & Sundays in January: Snowshoe Tour at Jackson Ski Touring: Enjoy a two-hour nature tour on snowshoes with an expert guide. Your guide will show you places along the trails and off the system that most people might never find. Fun and interesting; learn new technique tips along the way. $10 for the tour; rentals available ($12 per set). Pre-registration suggested. Info: 603-383-9355, Click for more info: www.jacksonxc.org.


January 6
: Great Penguin Race at Cranmore: Help support the Mount Washington Children’s Museum by purchasing a $5 penguin to race down the icy sloped race lane and watch it beat the other penguins to the finish line. You can purchase your penguin at Cranmore Mountain, or at event registration the day of the event. As a separate Artistic Judging Category this year, we will be letting contestants modify their individual Penguins. Because of all the hard work and effort that will be put into these masterpieces, artistic penguins will be displayed and not raced so they won’t get damaged on the race course. Info here.

 

January 6:  Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge at Black Mountain:  8:30am-4:00pm, compete for the gold in this FREE race event that is open to every level of skier and rider – no race experience required. It’s all about fun and rap­idly moving downhill while weaving in and out of obstacles to get to the lodge for a great party and loads of giveaways!  Info: www.Blackmt.com.

  

January 7: 18th Annual Great Ice Carvers of New England Invitational Ice Carving Competition at The Wentworth Hotel: This exciting event allows competitors 3 hours to transform a 300 pound block of ice into a work of art.  Each participant may have his or her tools of preference, but expect to see chain saws, chisels, picks and blow torches as the birds, animals, buildings and other creations come to life on the front porch of this elegant turn-of-the century New England inn. Come view the works. There may still some openings for the competition.  Prizes include $500 for first place, $250 for second and third prize is an overnight stay for two in one of our Jacuzzi Suites with a fireplace, four course dinner and full country breakfast. Anyone who is interested should contact Kathleen DeVitto, Sales Administrator at The Wentworth at 603-383-9700 or kathleen@thewentworth.com for more information.

January 11 NRBQ in Concert at Fryeburg Academy: Terry Adams, visionary, driving force and “untamed genius of the keyboards” for NRBQ since the band’s inception over four decades ago, is one of music’s true originals. Adams reignited the legendary Quartet with the addition of Scott Ligon on guitar & vocals, Pete Donnelly on bass & vocals, and Conrad Choucroun on drums. NRBQ is known for their unique style of music which is a blending of rock, pop, jazz, blues. We know you will love their show at 7:30pm. Tickets: $22.50-Adults, $20-Seniors (65+) and $10-Students/Children. SPECIAL $5 for FA Students!

January 18-21: North Conway Village Ice Festival: And speaking of ice festivals,join Zeb’s, Fields of Ambrosia, Eastern Slope Inn, Funky Bubble, Badger Realty, Rugged Mill and  Soyfire Candle in displaying a themed ice sculpture created by Josh Nylin of Inspirational Ice.  Demonstrations will take place at Zeb’s, Badger Courtyard and Eastern Slope Inn on Saturday and The Cupcakery and Field’s of Ambrosia on Sunday.  There is more demonstration availability on Sunday and plenty of display opportunity. Are you interested in creating an ice sculpture? Register online here.


January 12-13
: Shawnee Peak’s 75th birthday celebration: Shawnee Peak is 75 this year, which makes it the longest operating mountain in Maine. To celebrate on January 12th join in the Cardboard Box Race. All entrants must register with the front office and sign a liability waiver. There will be prizes for the best dressed and fastest. Plus there will be giveaways on the hour in the Great Room. A celebration dinner promises to be special event. Tickets will be limited and sold through the front office. Then to cap it all off they’ll be skiing to midnight. Info: click here.

January 12: Attitash U Go Girl Race Series: Giant Slalom: Join in the fight against breast cancer at Attitash as they raise money in three-part race series this season. Half of the proceeds from the U Go Girl Race Series will benefit Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation, an organization based in the Mt. Washington Valley that provides supplemental financial assistance and other resources to cancer patients and their families. The U Go Girl Race Series consists of three races, including two single giant slalom races, as well as a dual giant slalom. All females competitors of all ages can compete for points and placement. Males are welcome to race, but will not be placed. Entry to each race is $10 and half the proceeds go to Jen’s Friends. For more information, go to http://www.attitash.com/u-go-girl-race-series.html.

January 12: Biodiesel Day at Cranmore: Drive your hybrid to Cranmore for a free lift ticket and VIP Parking!

January 21: Bretton Woods Geschmossel XC Ski Race: Originally staged during the winter of 1972-73, the Geschmossel is one of New England’s oldest citizens’ races. The race originated as a 6-kilometer fun race, and was groomed with a homemade track sled that was pulled by a rope from a grooming machine. Today this 15 km classical style Nordic ski race takes place on the Ammonoosuc trail network at the Bretton Woods Nordic Center, and has grown to attract high-level skiers including members of the United States Ski Team. Please call 603-278-3322 for more information. To register online, please visit www.skireg.com.

January 26: Audiobody! In Fryeburg: AudioBody is the fusion of physical comedy and technology. Armed with a collection of futuristic instruments, brothers Matt and Jason Tardy take the stage in an attempt to create the ultimate musical performance, only to find themselves at odds with their own unruly musical inventions. It starts at 7pm at the Eastman Performing Arts Center at Fryeburg Academy. Tickets: Adults-$15 and Students-$10, with a Family of Four Pack for $30!

January 27: Bretton Woods New England Womens Ski Day: Enjoy a fun day on the snow and experience cross-country ski clinics for every level of skier, from first-timers to seasoned masters at Bretton Woods Nordic Center! In addition to top-notch instruction, there will be wax demonstrations, fantastic prize and raffle drawings during lunch and at the wrap-up event . Clothing and equipment retailers will be on hand with items to try and buy; TreeTop Nordic will also have exclusive sale with wine and/or beer tasting on Saturday evening with sale only lasting thru the weekend. Registration: The event is limited to 200 skiers; registration through NENSA at www.nensa.net/women. Rental equipment available – please contact Bretton Woods Nordic Center at 603-278-3322. Questions? Please contact Abby Weismann directly at abby@nensa.net or 207-944-4720.

Free Finds & Delicious Deals   

January 4:  Ticket Roll Back Day at Cranmore:

Ski and ride for just $9 per person as Cranmore rolls ticket prices back for this annual event.

January 12-18:  King Pine celebrates Learn to Ski & Ride Week: First-time skiers & snowboarders receive a free learn to ski or snowboard lesson, free equipment rentals & a free beginner terrain lift ticket. Participants must register with Ski NH to download a Learn to Ski & Ride Free coupon, then make a reservation with one of our participating resorts. Registration begins on January 2 at 10am and is first-come, first-served. Sign up online at www.skinh.com then at www.Kingpine.com.  Participation limited to 10 skiers and 10 snowboarders each day.Bretton Woods and Cranmore are also participating and Great Glen Trails will take part too.  See below.  Info: www.skinh.com/deals/learntoskiandsnowboardmonth.aspx

January 13: Fischer/Swix/Tubbs Demo Day at JSTF: Try out the latest and greatest equipment from back country to racing. Fischer will have a range of skis and boots, Swix will have demo poles and waxing advice, and Tubbs will have snowshoe options. The demos get started at 9:30 am and run through 2 pm. There is no charge for trying out the demo equipment. Info: www.jacksonxc.org.

January 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Learn to Ski Free Week at Great Glen Trails: Learn to ski for free at Great Glen Trails. During the week of January 9-13 first time skiers ages 6 and up, can receive a free lesson, rentals and trail pass. To get your free lesson register at SkiNH.com & download a coupon.  Call us to make a reservation for your lesson, and present your coupon when you arrive. Great Glen lesson times are 10:00am, 11:30am and 1:00pm and are 1 1/4 hours in length. Offer is only available to first time skiers. Info: 603 466 2333. Click for more info.

Every Wednesday: 2-4-1 at Jackson Ski Touring: Go to the online store at http://www.jacksonxc.org to download a coupon then bring a friend and ski on Wednesdays, 2-4-1.

Every Wednesday at Wildcat: Bring-A-Friend Wednesdays – Vertical Value Card & Season Pass Holders can purchase 1/2-priced ticket for friend.

Every Friday: 2-for-1 Fridays at Great Glen Trails: All season long buy one and get the second free: good on trial passes, SnowCoach, snow tubing, rentals…even the Trails Total Ticket! In order to take advantage of 2 for 1 Fridays, you must download, print and then present the coupon on their website here. Not valid on Feb 22, 2013.

FOR MORE HOT DEALS, CLICK HERE.

 Coupons

SAVE $50-$100 ON 2013 VESTA  VELO CYCLING TOURS FOR WOMEN

Now through January, 2013 receive $50 off of a weekend bike trip OR $100 off a multi-day bike trip. Valid on any 2013 trip. Use promotion code: JANUARY.

For more information, visit www.vestavelo.com.


Cranmore Mt Lodge

  

   

10% off your stay
between January 2 and March 15, 2013

MENTION “WIN2013” UPON RESERVATION

Minimum 2 night stay required – Not to be combined with any other offer, discount, package deal – Cannot be applied on a stay between Feb 15 and 23, 2013

Reservations must be booked before Jan 31, 2013 to take advantage of this coupon

569 Kearsarge Road, North Conway, NH

800-356-3596

www.cranmoremountainlodge.com

Anything is Possible!