Waterville Valley, NH – Set in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Waterville Valley Resort has easy access to dozens of great hiking trails – and the Black Bear Lodge has a deal that families can hike the Whites and save.
Waterville Valley is the perfect jumping off point for family hikes and mountainous adventures. The Black Bear Lodge hiking package includes:
Accommodations in a suite with a 2 night minimum
Professional hiking maps of the surrounding mountains
$25 Bear Bucks to stock up on supplies
Freedom Pass for all activities
Package starts at $282 or $70.50 per person, per night for 2 people, with tax & resort fee included.
Valid from April 1 to November 30, 2016. Two night minimum required. Prices based on 2 people for 2 nights
Hikers have been exploring Waterville Valley since the 1800s, when a group of guests at Greeley's Hotel formed the Waterville Athletic and Improvement Association. The association is still in existence today and continues to oversee the valley's 100 miles of trails, which range from easy walking paths to heart-thumping ascents. Visitors can stroll around Corcoran Pond in the Town Square, wander the woods and search for wildflowers, or hike up the 4,315-ft. summit of Mount Osceola. No matter the location, there’s always a view.
The Black Bear Lodge is an all-suite hotel with 107 units that comfortably sleep four to eight people.
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, is a four-season resort set in the White Mountain National Forest, just 2 hours north of Boston. In addition to winter snowsports like skiing and snowboarding, Waterville Valley offers award-winning tennis courts, golf, biking, cultural activities and summer theater, an indoor ice rink, boating, and a skate and bike park. Lodging choices include traditional inns and all-suite hotels, and dining options range from traditional favorites to elegant eateries. There are miles of hiking and mountain bike trails, a pond for swimming, and activities and programs for children and the whole family at the Curious George Cottage and the Recreation Center. For more information http://www.black-bear-lodge.com/specials.html or 800-349.BEAR (2327).