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Snowboarding Zone - Black Mountain, New Hampshire :

Riders Guide - The area boasts seven resorts that offer a little of something for everyone. All of the resorts are snowboarder friendly and most of them have terrain parks and pipes. Bretton Woods is the largest resort in all of New Hampshire, Wildcat is the most isolated and all of them are known for being extremely family-friendly. In all, there are 250+ runs for all ability levels, there are hundreds of kilometers of cross-country terrain, there are more than 200 miles of snowmobile trails as well as innumerable amenities found at the base lodges of the seven resorts.

Parks and Pipes - There is more to do for snowboarders than just ride the trails and hit the slopes. Those who are looking to get in some tricks will find a multitude of terrain parks and pipes. They range from beginner parks with small features perfect for small riders and freestyle skiers. There are progression parks for intermediate riders. There are also several advanced terrain parks with large jumps, jibs, boxes. The terrain parks house both natural features and manmade features. Whatever the ability level, Mt. Washington Valley has excellent spots to work on established skills as well as places to tweak and learn new tricks.

Out of Bounds - The Valley has something for everyone. Outdoor activities include ice skating, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, ice climbing, ice fishing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are just a few of the plenitude of options. Lovers of the great indoors will delight at the regions wonderful boutiques, outlet stores, and antique shops. As an added bonus New Hampshire doesn’t have a sales tax! There are also a host of museums, theatres, historic buildings and sites to visit as well.

Hangout & Hookup - The largest town in the area is North Conway, it’s here that a majority of the bars, restaurants, lounges and clubs are housed. However, the towns of Bartlett, Jackson, Fryeburg and Glen have their fair share of after ski diversions and choice of nightlife destinations. Whatever it is, high-end lounges, cozy historic pubs, energetic sports bars or casual resort lounges, Mt. Washington has it all.

The Deal - Mt. Washington Valley is nestled in the eastern edge of the beautiful White Mountain National Forest, it’s surrounded by stunning snow-covered mountains, dense and lush alpine forests, crystalline waterways and serene meadows. It feels remote but it’s only two hours away from three major airports, Boston’s Logan International, Portland International and Manchester International. It conveniently located near I-93, I-95 and I-91. There are also hosts of train and bus services that head near the area.
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