Cross Country Ski Areas Association is a non-profit organization representing member ski service providers. The Association's purpose is to promote the growth and improve the quality of cross country ski operations in North America.
Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month initiative partners come primarily from the ski and snowboard industry including national, regional and state associations, resorts, industry trade media, retailers, rep and retail organizations, and product suppliers. Companies and organizations affiliated with the industry also are welcome. LSSM began in January 2009 in a handful of states. Now venues in 34 states have special learn to programs during Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month and all winter long. More than 500,000 children and adults have participated.
The Lakes Region Tourism Association is the official tourism board of the region, representing close to 100 communities, 273 lakes and ponds, and more than 400 businesses in central New Hampshire, including area attractions, restaurants, retail establishments, accommodations and more. It promotes central New Hampshire as a year-round travel and vacation destination to bring more visitors to the area and economically benefit member businesses.
The National Ski Areas Association is the trade association for ski area owners and operators. It represents 325 alpine resorts that account for more than 90 percent of the skier/snowboarder visits nationwide. Additionally, it has 472 supplier members who provide equipment, goods, and services to the mountain resort industry. The association's primary objective is to meet the needs of ski area owners and operators nationwide and to foster, stimulate and promote growth in the industry.
Member-owned and industry inspired, SIA has been focused on the drive and success of snow sports for over 60 years. Established in 1954, we annually produce the SIA Snow Show and On-Snow Demo, the largest snow sports industry trade show and networking environment globally, while delivering invaluable data/research, support, marketing products, government affairs representation, services, and programs.
For more than 40 years, SnoCountry has worked with every ski resort in North America and thousands of media outlets to continuously serve up snow condition information skiers and riders are hungry for where the snow is falling, how fast it's adding up and what it feels like. You see, it really is all about the snow!
Welcome to New Hampshire, the state that gave America its 14th president, its first astronaut, its oldest manmade attraction the Mount Washington Auto Road, The Old Farmer's Almanac, the spork (who knew?), Tupperware, the Segway, and the alarm clock. Oops, sorry about that last one! Actually, New Hampshire is the kind of state that makes you want to wake up early and stay up late. This is where late-night-television king Jimmy Fallon proposed to his wife, after all, and it's also the rare place where deep, dark skies make stargazing optimal.
White Mountains Attractions There's no better way to begin your White Mountains vacation than with a visit to the White Mountains Attractions Visitor Center at Exit 32 off I-93 in North Woodstock. Our friendly staff can provide you with a wealth of information on where to go and what to see, as well as free brochures, maps, and more.
The New England Ski Museum is a member-supported non-profit organization dedicated to the history of skiing. We offer permanent and annually-changing exhibits and invite you to visit our museum in beautiful Franconia Notch State Park, or downtown North Conway, New Hampshire. Admission to the museum is always free. More details are available at www.skimuseum.org.