New Hampshire Special Olympics in Waterville Valley Resort
Recently, WVBBTS-SEF freeski slopestyle athlete Grace Henderson (Madbury, N.H.) took 1st place in the Big Air competition and 7th place in the Slopestyle competition at the Aspen Snowmass Freeskiing Open. Held at the same venues as the X-Games, The Aspen Snowmass Open is one of the longest running independent freeski competitions in the nation and attracts skiers from around the world. Grace’s coach, Freeski Program Director Dan Shuffleton, had this to say about Grace’s performance, “Grace is a hard working and talented athlete and this win is just the start of many great results to come."
A 40-day spiritual journey from the Source to the Sea May 31 - July 9, 2017 CONCORD, NH - The first-ever spiritual Pilgrimage along the length of the Connecticut River, from northern New Hampshire to the Atlantic Ocean will be...
This week, the Waterville Valley Resort hosted the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour and two New Hampshire teens took the podium in the freeski and snowboard slopestyle competitions. On January 10, 2017, WVBBTS-SEF freeski slopestyle athlete Grace Henderson (Masbury, N.H.) took first place in the second of two freeski slopestyle competitions in the Rev Tour event taking place at Waterville Valley Resort.
Waterville Valley Resort will be hosting The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s (USSA) Revolution Tour (the Rev Tour) January 8th-13th 2017. The next generation of Olympic freeskiers and snowboarders competing in slopestyle will descend upon Waterville Valley Resort’s Exhibition Terrain...
Waterville Valley Resort is proud to announce that Peter Weber, Snowsports Director at Waterville Valley Resort, received the Einar Aas Award for Excellence in Snowsports School Management from the Professional Ski Instructors of American and American Association of Snowboard Instructors Eastern Division. This award recognizes dynamic leadership and achievement, the highest honor in snowsports schools throughout the country.
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.