Mt. Washington Valley, NH—The region’s three premier cross country ski areas — Jackson Ski Touring Foundation, Bretton Woods Nordic and Great Glen Trails — have joined forces and created an early season special that offers their season pass holders an opportunity to ski at the other two neighboring Nordic areas for only $5 per day. The offer is valid for any visit through December 31st.
The program offers expanded value for existing season pass holders, while highlighting the diversity of cross country trails in the area. The three areas represent some of the finest cross country skiing in the eastern United States with over 250 km of trails.
“We have very elaborate trail networks and offerings amongst the three participating areas. This is a chance for each area’s season pass holders to experience a broader spectrum of the great trails, views and services offered in the Mt. Washington Valley,” noted Howie Wemyss, General Manager of Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center.
“We have made it easy for our passholders. Just show up with your season pass and get a $5 ticket for the day,” said Thom Perkins, Jackson Ski Touring Foundation’s Executive Director.
“This is a great opportunity for our passholders to get out early in the season and sample some of the finest trails in New England,” said Peter Smith from Bretton Woods Nordic Center.
Jackson Ski Touring passes are just $115 when purchased by November 30th. Great Glen’s passes are only $115 by December 1st, and Bretton Woods passes are $159.
Bretton Woods can be reached at (603) 278 3320 or online at brettonwoods.com/xcpasses. Great Glen Trails can be reached at (603) 466-2333 or online at greatglentrails.com ; Jackson Ski Touring can be reached at (603) 383 9355 or online at jacksonxc.org.
The Jackson Ski Touring Foundation is a community based not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, chartered to maintain trails in and around the village of Jackson, NH. The “Foundation” maintains 154 km of trails that are considered the finest cross-country ski trails in the Eastern United States. Foundation trails connect with A.M.C. trails in Pinkham Notch and White Mountain National Forest back-country adventure trails. The Foundation operates under a Special-Use Permit with the White Mountain National Forest, and with the cooperation of 82 private landowners, and the town of Jackson.