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DSC_0058Skiing and mountain winter sports have always been a way of life for the residents of the Crotched Mountain area of western Hillsborough County in New Hampshire.

Early settlers to this area gave it the name “Crotched Mountain” because they thought that the V-shaped mountain that is situated in Francestown, Bennington and Greenfield looked like the crotch of a tree.


SKIME_046Don’t let Shawnee Peak’s (mid)-size fool you—this compact resort offers more than 40 trails and glades, five lifts, 220 acres and 1,350 feet of vertical. The mountain is familyfriendly, the snow making has a reputation for being the best, and the resort even boasts the largest night skiing mountain in New England.


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The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel might just be heaven on earth for snow enthusiasts who like to spend their days shushing down groomed trails and their nights dining on award-winning cuisine and enjoying luxurious accommodations.

Located in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, The Balsams is situated on a 15,000-acre mountain and boasts golfing on a Top 100 ranked, Donald Ross designed course. There’s also a Top 25 ranked tennis program; hiking and biking; whitewater rafting; and alpine and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.



Tucked snugly against the majestic backdrop of Mount Washington, Bretton Woods Ski Resort provides an intimate ambiance with a distinctively different attitude. The hamlet-style resort is set in the valley between Crawford Notch, Mount Washington and the Presidential range.


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