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February 2015

Waterville Valley, NH – Waterville Valley Resort is offering Free Spring Skiing to anyone who purchases a 2015/16 Waterville Valley Resort Season Pass. The resort is looking to capitalize on record amounts of snow and what may the best spring skiing the White Mountains has seen in years. Passes went on sale February 20th and those who purchase a 2015/16 Pass will be able to ski and ride for free from march 1st until the end of the season. “With the great conditions we expect to have this spring, we have an amazing product to offer those who want to... Read more →


In addition to the discounts on the mountain, the lodging package includes ice skating passes at the indoor Ice Arena, and access to the White Mountain Athletic Club’s indoor swimming pools, hot tub, sauna, and exercise facility as well as open gym activities at the recreation department. Guests can make reservations by calling 1-800-GO-VALLEY. Read more →


WVBBTS / Snowsports Educational Foundation will be celebrating National Club Day with the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) and over 400 skiing and snowboarding clubs across the nation. USSA clubs educate and train skiing and snowboarding athletes, some of whom go on to be Olympic competitors. As one of those clubs, BBTS has been operating since 1934 to pioneer snowsports and cultivate the leaders of tomorrow through snowsports and, since 1972, rigorous academics taught at our Waterville Valley Academy. Read more →


Jackson, NH – Since the 1930’s the Jackson Ski and Outing Club has made recreational events and skiing competition part of its many traditions. Today, the Jackson Ski Touring Center maintains those traditions by offering a number of fun weekly events, all of which are open to the public. Nearly every weekday, there’s a different event or incentive for getting out on the snow, and of course the weekends are packed with plenty to do as well. Whether it’s Tuesday Trekkers, Wednesday 2-4-1, Throw Back Thursday or Friday Gliders and Sliders, there is always something going on in Jackson. Those... Read more →


Two new acquisitions provide the heart of a focus exhibition of works by one of America’s best-known photorealist painters, Richard Estes (born 1932). Painterly to Precise: Richard Estes at the Currier, on view from February 14 through June 15, 2015, complements the current exhibition Still Life: 1970s Photorealism. Read more →