Black Mountain proudly celebrated its 75th birthday in 2010, as the first ski area in New Hampshire. Nestled among pastures and farmlands, high above the quaint village of Jackson, Black Mountain is ... read more
For the most vertical value in the White Mountains, ski or ride Wildcat Mountain in Pinkham Notch NH, for breathtaking views of Mt. Washington from its 4,000 foot plus summit. Wildcat Mountain, unblem... read more
Jackson and the classic White Mountain villages of Bartlett, Glen and Intervale have been a favorite destination for winter visitors for nearly 100 years. One of the nation's first ski tows was developed on Black Mountain in Jackson, then known as Whitney's Hill, using shovel handles purchased from Sears & Roebuck. Traditionally, winter arrives in this area around the first of November and often stays through March and sometimes into May in the higher elevations.
Here are some of the ways to see the trails that you may have traveled during a summer visit . . .
cross country skis, downhill skis, telemark skis, snowboards, snowshoes, snowtube, kick-sled, horse-drawn sleigh, ice skates, and even travel above tree-line on Mt. Washington in a van with an option to ski down!
Here's how to learn more about the ski areas ...
obtain information by activity. Make a selection below, and you'll find area information along with a list of members that offer the activity:
Nordic: cross country skiing
Alpine: downhill skiing
obtain information by business. Select any listing below for complete contact information and a link to their web site if available. You'll also find a photo and additional information about businesses that invite you to . . . read our ad!
obtain information by location. View the area map and click on any numbered pin for additional information