CALENDAR EVENT DETAILS
Saturday, January 27, 2018
There are 25 events
Mt. Washington Ski Touring & Snowshoe Foundation
Weekly Guided Snowshoe Tour
Depart every Saturday (weather permitting) from the Touring Center at 1:00 pm. Ideal for first-timers and novices interested in learning basic techniques.
Join us any Saturday afternoon for a guided snowshoe walk along the East Branch and Saco rivers. This is a great way to try this winter activity which is gaining in popularity with each season.
The tour will last between 1.5 - 2 hours covering a distance of fewer than 2 miles at an easy pace suitable for all ages and abilities. Learn about the trees and wildlife and search for animal tracks while learning basic snowshoeing technique and bushwacking skills.
McIntyre Ski Area
Group Troop Day
Our Group Troop Day takes place on Saturday, Jan 27th from 11:00am-5:30pm. Bring your group or troop of a day of skiing, snowboarding and tubing!
$34.00 per person
Pre-registration is required! Email email@example.com for more information or to book!More Info
One Great Rate with Live Band
Purity Spring Resort XC & Snowshoe Reserve
Moonlight Snowshoe Tour
As the winter moon rises, experience one of our guided moonlight snowshoe tours through NH Audubon's Hoyt Wildlife Sanctuary at Purity Spring Resort. Take in the tall pines and soft woodland sounds with views of King Pine Ski Area in the distance as you experience the serene trails along Purity Lake.
All tours are weather permitting. Interested participants are asked to sign-up and meet at The Mill Indoor Pool & Fitness Center across from the Purity Spring Main Office one hour before the start of the tour. Please call ahead to confirm date of scheduled snowshoe tours. Rate are $12 per person ($20 with snowshoe rentals - rentals are available at the King Pine Rental Shop)More Info
Veteran's Appreciation Celebration
New England Disabled Sports Disabled Veterans’ Appreciation Day is open to all disabled Veterans who would like a chance to take an adaptive lesson through NEDS. Disabled Veterans will receive a complimentary lift ticket and lesson through NEDS with advance reservation. Advanced reservations are required for adaptive lessons. Space is limited so reservations must be made no later than January 22nd for individuals and for groups.
ALL veterans are welcome to come enjoy complimentary Nordic or Alpine skiing and snowboarding at the Bretton Woods Nordic or Alpine Ski Areas on January 27th. Please have a valid Military ID to present at the ticket window.
Our adaptive instructors are skilled in teaching adaptive sports regardless of abilities or injuries. Some of our instructors are Veterans themselves who have many years of working with others who like themselves were injured while serving their country. They are proud to be a part of this great day honoring Veterans. For special requests or more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call New England Disabled Sports at Bretton Woods at 603.278.3398.
Schedule for NEDS Lessons:
Adaptive Lessons Registration
New England Disabled Sports at Bretton Woods Office, Bretton Woods Base Lodge
Morning Lessons Begin
On Mountain, Bretton Woods
Afternoon Lessons Begin
On Mountain, Bretton Woods
- Lift Tickets, Rentals and Lessons are Complimentary to Disabled Veterans when coordinated through NEDS.
- Lift Tickets are complimentary to ALL Veterans, Rentals and Lesson are on own.
- Veterans are welcome to come enjoy Nordic or Alpine skiing and snowboarding at the Bretton Woods Nordic or Alpine Ski Areas. Please have a valid Military ID to present at the ticket window (Family members of the Veteran are eligible for Military discount on tickets w/ a valid military ID)
9:30am – 4:00pm
Mobile Vet Center
The Mobile Vet Center program travels throughout NH and VT to reach underserved veterans. Services through the mobile unit are open to all North Country veterans. The motor coach, operated by V. A. Readjustment Counseling Service, carries Vet Center counselors and outreach workers to provide high quality non-medical readjustment counseling to address the social and economic dimensions of postwar issues. This also includes counseling for traumatic, military-related experiences and family counseling in an accessible, welcoming, trusting atmosphere. The Vet Center Van provides free service to all veterans and is also open to the public for tours.
Diana Golden Race & Mills Cup Race
Come join New England Disabled Sports for a fun day of racing for all disabled individuals. To register, please contact Preston of New England Disabled Sports at 603.278.3398 or email@example.com.
8:00am – 10:00am
$15.00 per Athlete
$15.00 for Guides
NEDS Office, 1st Level Bretton Woods Base Lodge
Diana Golden Race
Nastar Course, Bretton’s Wood Trail
Mount Sunapee Resort
Mt. Sunapee Area Ski Club Apres-Ski
Cranmore Mountain Resort
Samuel Adams Air & Apres
Sam Adams Air & Après is coming back to Cranmore on Saturday, January 27th. This nighttime showcase combines the thrill and technical skill of some of the best skiers and riders in the sport, alongside cutting-edge 3D projection mapping. Sam Adams Air & Après is an on-snow spectacular that has to be seen to believe.
Stop by the Sam Adams Festival Village during the day, check out the noon-time demo at the show site all to get you get ready for the night show. Air & Après festivities kick-off around sunset, so grab yourself a cold Sam Adams, get there early and come party the night away with Sam Adams Air and Après.
Schedule of Events (subject to change)
Jump site Demo: 12 PM
Show Starts: 5:00 PM at the base of Cranmore's North Slope
Autograph Session & After Party: Immediately following show, details TBA
Terrain Park Safety Clinic
Gunstock Outdoor Center
Fatbike Fury Evening Adventure
King Pine at Purity Spring Resort
Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides
When: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. - Every Saturday starting December 30, 2017 through February 24, 2018 | Additional dates include: Sunday, January 14; Tuesday, February 20 and Thursday, February 22, 2018.
Cost: $20 Age 13+ | $15 Age 12 and under - Space is limited and reservations are recommended to reserve available seats, please call 800-373-3754 to make your reservation.
Enjoy the classic experience of riding among surrounding fields and within wooded trails in a horse-driven sleigh. A unique winter fun outing for families and friends of all ages. In addition to the approximate 15-20 minute ride in the sleigh, we invite you to warm yourself by an outdoor fire before and after your ride and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa.
Where: Parking and rides begin and end at an outdoor location approximately one mile south of King Pine / half-mile south Purity Spring Resort on Route 153. Entrance to parking area is on the south-bound side of Route 153 and noticeable signing will be out during operating times.More Info
Kids Fun Race
Guided Snowshoe Tour
During the winter months, guided snowshoe tours may be available on Saturdays at 2 p.m. (weather permitting) and are $12 per person ($20 with snowshoe rentals).
Interested participants are asked to sign-up and meet at The Mill Indoor Pool & Fitness Center across from the Purity Spring Main Office before the start of the tour.
Please call ahead to confirm date of scheduled snowshoe tours.More Info
Waterville Valley Resort
Freeride Open - IFSA Junior Regional 1
Ski New Hampshire
Ski New Hampshire Weekend
Ski New Hampshire Weekend, January 27-28, 2018, celebrates New Hampshire's rich skiing heritage with special activities, parties, deals, and of course, amazing conditions at New Hampshire's alpine and cross-country ski areas. Read on to find out what's happening at your favorite resorts for the inaugural Ski New Hampshire Weekend!
What's more, Ski NH Weekend is about celebrating you--New Hampshire's skiers and riders. We have prizes from The North Face, Elan, Bern, and more up for grabs.More Info
Telemark Demo Day with Village Ski & Sport
Family Fun Night
Jackson Snow Sculpting Competition
Season Passholder Appreciation Party
Gunstock Mountain Resort
Laps Park Event
Citizens Paintball Race
Loon Mountain Resort
First Class Beginner's Weekend
The second annual Golden Gala is a night to celebrate the tight-knit community that surrounds Loon and to support those in need. Enjoy a night of dinner, dancing, and live music along with the many who have made Loon what it is today. During a live auction, you'll have a chance to take home historical Loon memorabilia, wood-carved trail signs, ski & stay packages from other Boyne Resorts, Gold New England Passes and much more.
The inaugural event, held last January, raised $30,000 to benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Fund, a non-profit established to assist members of the community in need, as well as with financial assistance for education. After such a successful "To think that we could raise $30,000 in one night is pretty incredible," former Loon president Rick Kelley said. "I think it just shows what the community of Loon is like. They have a lot of conviction about the area and the people in it."
We hope to see you all there. Doors open at 6:30pm. Ages 21+. All proceeds benefit the Loon Mountain Area Community Fund.
On Sale December 27
Stay tuned for more details.More Info
Great Glen Trails
Ski with a Naturalist
Technique Improvement Clinics
A weekly ski class emphasizing on instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to ages 16 – adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. See schedule.