Waterville Valley Resort Snow’s Mountain, one of New Hampshire’s “lost” ski areas, will reopen on February 25, 2017 exclusively for Season Passholders at Waterville Valley Resort. Closed since 1996, this will be the second time since 2014/15 the chairlift has run in the winter months allowing for an additional 9 acres of terrain. Read more →


Deep Cuts: Contemporary Paper Cutting examines a re-energized art form dating back to ancient China. The exhibition showcases inventive objects made from cut and manipulated paper, ranging from large-scale installations to detailed diminutive works. The objects explore a wide range of thought-provoking subjects. Read more →


Waterville Valley Resort held an opening ceremony of the Green Peak Triple Chair Lift today, marking a milestone in the Resort's development and its exciting future. The new Green Peak Lift gives access to 6 new trails (30 acres) for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Over three hundred people witnessed the Opening Ceremony. Read more →


New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, the former New Hampshire Governor John H. Sununu, and President and General Manager of Waterville Valley Resort, Tim Smith, along with hundreds of Resort employees, skiers, tourism officials, and the local public will be there to celebrate the Green Peak opening ceremony. After the welcoming address and ribbon cutting, the new Green Peak Triple chair lift will bring guests to the top of the new ski terrain. Read more →


Second Sunday Jazz Brunch February 12, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Feel the beat of the music at our Second Sunday Jazz Brunch. Enjoy a delicious meal while talented local jazz musicians entertain you. Reservations are required and can be made be... Read more →


Free New Hampshire Second Saturday February 11, 10 a.m.-noon New Hampshire residents receive free Museum general admission before noon on the second Saturday of each month. Stop by and enjoy Creative Studio and browse the galleries. Free NH Second Saturday... Read more →