Legendary snowboard coach Bill Enos has returned to his position as Snowboard Program Director for the Waterville Valley Black and Blue Trail Smashers Snowsports Educational Foundation (WVBBTS / SEF), home of the Waterville Valley Academy.
The Black Bear Half Marathon and 5K on Sunday, August 28, leads runners on a scenic tour of Waterville Valley. The route weaves along quiet country roads and trails and begins and finishes in the Town Square. The Half Marathon...
This weekend, New Hampshire is hosting many NASCAR fans for the race weekend who will be looking for fun things to see and do during their stay. They’ll be sure to stop by the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, which has been featured as one of the in Top 9 Hot Spots Around the New Hampshire Speedway Speedway.
The Waterville Valley Tennis Center opens in mid-May and continues through Columbus Day Weekend. A variety of clinics, lessons, round robins, kid’s programs, racquet stringing, tournaments and pro shop apparel are available.
Plymouth resident and Waterville Valley Academy alum Nora Healey is an aspiring Olympic snowboarder and U.S. team hopeful. This week, she’s come that much closer to achieving her dreams by being names to the U.S. Snowboarding Rookie Team.
Nora Healey wins Overall Rev Tour Champion
If you're a skier in New England, you love spring skiing. The soft snow, the warm temperatures and of course the theme parties that happen at resorts across the Granite State all March make it worth the trip to your favorite ski area.
On February 11-12, 2016, for the first time ever, Fenway Park will play host to a skiing and riding big air event. The Polartec Big Air at Fenway is an officially sanctioned U.S. Grand Prix Tour event and will welcome some of the biggest names in freestyle skiing and riding.
This year, on Saturday, January 23, the White Mountain Classic 30K returns to Jackson, NH and the Jackson Ski Touring Center for its 12th year. The Classic is part of the New England Marathon Series and the NENSA 1-Day Club Championships.
All over the Granite State resorts have been pumping out snow with the help of freezing temperatures, allowing many mountains to increase their skiable acreage 10 fold in just the past week.