The nation’s best alpine ski racers will descend upon New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort in 2019 and 2021 for U.S. Alpine Championship - the biggest race the resort has hosted since the White Circus visited in 1991 when Julie Parisien won the World Cup giant slalom. Waterville Valley Resort will play host to the slalom, giant slalom, and parallel slalom events March 23-26, 2019. The parallel slalom event will be a new addition to the U.S. Alpine Championships calendar.
With a half dozen 4,000-foot peaks surrounding Waterville Valley the invitation is issued to climb five of them in a single weekend of intense hiking, fun, and entertainment. This is Waterville Valley’s 5th annual 5 Summit Challenge, a 20,000-foot total...
SATURDAY, JULY 7, 2018 12:00 PM 4:00 PM WATERVILLE VALLEY TOWN SQUARE1 VILLAGE ROADWATERVILLE VALLEY, NH, 03215UNITED STATES Head to Town Square for the annual Summer Carnival with games, a 100' obstacles course, face painting, T-Shirt tie-dying, boat rentals, BBQ,...
Waterville Valley, NH – The Waterville Valley Tennis Center has once again been selected a Gold Medal Resortin the annual Tennis Resorts Onlinerankings of tennis resorts across the globe, achieving a ranking of #11. In addition, they were recognized in...
WATERVILLE VALLEY, NH – With 50+ alpine trails and 30 km of Nordic trails still open and more snow storms on the horizon, Waterville Valley Resort will extend their season and add the weekend of April 14 – 15, 2018.
Waterville Valley Resort, the “Birthplace of Freestyle Skiing,” will host athletes from around the country, including 18 members of the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team, as they compete for national titles in ladies’ and men’s mogul and dual mogul events. Competition returns to the East Coast for the first time since 2012, following aerial events at the Utah Olympic Park.
Dubbed the White Mountain Dual Challenge, the race was the 1st stop of the World Pro Ski Tour featuring 32 ski racers from around the U.S., Canada, Finland, Sweden, and France. Next stop for the tour is Aspen, Colorado, March 9 and 10, followed by the final race of the series at Sunday River, Maine, March 30 + 31.
The nation’s best freestyle skiers will compete for national titles this spring at the 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships. Aerials competitions will take place at the Utah Olympic Park followed by mogul competitions at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort.
Michael Ankeny from Wayzata, Minnesota, a member of Team Slalom Tokyo Drift, was the top qualifier in the White Mountain Dual Challenge this weekend at Waterville Valley ski resort in Campton, New Hampshire.
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, January 29, 2018- The United States Olympic Committee has named six WVBBTS/WVA alumni to the 2018 US Olympic Team that will compete next month in PeyongChang, South Korea.