Waterville Valley, NH – Thanks to generous early snowfall, Valley Snow Dogz are slated to begin the mushing season at Waterville Valley on December 19th. Valley Snow Dogz offers twilight dogsled rides on Friday and Saturday evenings all winter into March. Guests can join mushers and their friendly teams of traditional sled dogs for a unique tour by moonlight or headlight. The Mountain Taster excursion starts at the base of Tripoli Road and travels to Osceola Vista for an experience of moonlight or headlight vistas followed by a fun downhill run back to the staging area. The experience is approximately...
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he Rey Center Winter lecture series continues Friday January 16, 2015 at 7:00 pm with “Spain: A Magical Mystery Tour” by John Chaston. Join John Chaston, associate professor of Spanish at the University of New Hampshire, as he takes us on a magical mystery tour of Spain through video, pictures, music and commentary. I
Rides this year will feature an Austrian sleigh, equipped with upholstered seats and warm blankets, carries up to 12 passengers, and is pulled by two Belgian draft horses. This sleigh has the capability to quickly interchange runners with wheels, allowing for a longer season and more flexibility with routes. The ride will tour the village roads, which pass by scenic and historic homes and landmarks. Rates are $18 for ages 13 and over, $12 for ages 2-12, and free for kids under 2 on a lap. The entire sleigh may be reserved for $185.
Christmas is right around the corner and Waterville Valley is helping families get into the holiday spirit. On Saturday, December 13, from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., merrymaking will ensue at Waterville Valley’s annual ‘Cookies and Santa’ event.
Concord, food capital of New Hampshire? You bet! As you make your foliage sojourns through the Granite State, take a break from artificial apple and pumpkin-flavored foods and stop in Concord, NH, to sample tastes from cultures all around the world.
Ring in the New Year 2015 the New Hampshire way. We at the Manor on Golden Pond invite you to enjoy our New Year's Eve celebration at our elegant Country Inn. We will provide you with an evening of elegance and romance. New Year's Eve dinner is a chef tasting candlelight dinner celebration masterly prepared by our award winning chef, with cuisine that is so mouthwatering it is fit for royalty. Musical Entertainment by our pianist will provide the atmosphere for an unforgettable evening plus all the traditional party favors to ring in the New Year. Accommodations on New Years...
Thanks to generous early snowfall, Valley Snow Dogz are slated to begin the mushing season at Waterville Valley on December 19th. Valley Snow Dogz offers twilight dogsled rides on Friday and Saturday evenings all winter into March. Guests can join mushers and their friendly teams of traditional sled dogs for a unique tour by moonlight or headlight.
Northern New England’s largest family-friendly New Year’s Eve event will happen Wednesday, December 31 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Currier Museum of Art. It’s Noon Year’s Eve,
Fall is fading, and experts say that for skiing this is going to be a winter to remember. So skiers, have you finalized your ski vacation plans? Concord, New Hampshire is the perfect home base for a your memorable ski vacation. Located only an hour away from Boston and an hour away from some of the best skiing in the region, you can experience the charm of this small city and have access to Pat’s Peak, Mount Sunapee, Loon Mountain, Crotchet Mountain, Macintyre Ski Area, Ragged Mountain, Gunstock Mountain, Waterville Valley and Cannon Mountain. Wondering what you’ll do for lodging?...