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Located amidst stunning alpine forests, gorgeous mountain peaks and quaint New England villages, King Pine and Purity Springs make up a beautiful mountain resort. The breathtaking, snow-covered White Mountains truly transform themselves into a winter wonderland each year and families from all over the nation flock to ski, snowboard, and enjoy the plethora of activities here and other resorts in the region.

Small & Intimate Resort Brings Big Smiles

This is a small and intimate New Hampshire ski resort that offers big smiles. For more than 40 years, the resort has been renowned as a family-friendly winter destination. More than 80 percent of the terrain is designed for novice and intermediate skiers and snowboarders making it the ideal place to learn to ski and snowboard or hone shaky skills and gain confidence. However, more advanced riders will also find a great set of runs catered specifically for them. There is also night riding offered for insatiable skiers and boarders that simply cannot get enough during daylight hours. And for the more daring skier and boarder, there is an extensive terrain park with hits, rails, and a professionally groomed halfpipe.

Off the Slopes

The resort has extra conveniences and added comfort for their guest’s stay in the area. The Cub Club Nursery provides certified daycare for young children and infants. There is also an impressive array of ski and snowboard lessons for all ages and experience levels, ranging from private full and half day lessons, group lessons, and a ski and snowboard club for the younger guests. Additionally, there is a full-service rental and repair shop located in the base lodge, offering the very best equipment and brands for the lowest prices in the area.

There are several options for slope-side eateries ranging from a quick, healthy, and affordable snack bar to the reputable Traditions Restaurant, serving delicious New England-style cuisine in a laidback and warm environment. The area has no shortage of lodging options, from cozy b&b’s and slope side rooms to spacious condos and townhomes ideal for large families and groups. King Pine also promotes a series of impressive deals on ski and stay packages throughout the season. As far as nightlife, The Trails End Tavern is a homey, family-friendly pub that provides a great après ski environment without ever having to leave the slopes.

Getting Here

By plane, the closest major airport is in Boston, two and a half hours away. Manchester, NH also has an airpor, just two hours away from King Pine. By car, take I-95 to Portsmouth. Then take the White Mountain exit to Spaulding Turnpike (becomes Route 16). Take Route 16 North to Center Ossipee, then take Route 25 east (for about five miles) to Route 153 north (about six miles) where guests will find both resorts.

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There’s nothing worse than spending a day on the mountain in cold and soggy gear. Your wet boots squish with each movement. Your fingers are frozen stiff. Your cuffs let moisture soak straight through to your sleeves. Unfortunately, ‘waterproof’ gear doesn’t last forever. With enough wear and tear, your favorite jacket’s ability to keep you […]

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Images Courtesy of King Pine Resort

Located amidst stunning alpine forests, gorgeous mountain peaks and quaint New England villages, King Pine and Purity Springs make up a beautiful mountain resort. The breathtaking, snow-covered White Mountains truly transform themselves into a winter wonderland each year and families from all over the nation flock to ski, snowboard, and enjoy the plethora of activities here and other resorts in the region.

Small & Intimate Resort Brings Big Smiles

This is a small and intimate New Hampshire ski resort that offers big smiles. For more than 40 years, the resort has been renowned as a family-friendly winter destination. More than 80 percent of the terrain is designed for novice and intermediate skiers and snowboarders making it the ideal place to learn to ski and snowboard or hone shaky skills and gain confidence. However, more advanced riders will also find a great set of runs catered specifically for them. There is also night riding offered for insatiable skiers and boarders that simply cannot get enough during daylight hours. And for the more daring skier and boarder, there is an extensive terrain park with hits, rails, and a professionally groomed halfpipe.

Off the Slopes

The resort has extra conveniences and added comfort for their guest’s stay in the area. The Cub Club Nursery provides certified daycare for young children and infants. There is also an impressive array of ski and snowboard lessons for all ages and experience levels, ranging from private full and half day lessons, group lessons, and a ski and snowboard club for the younger guests. Additionally, there is a full-service rental and repair shop located in the base lodge, offering the very best equipment and brands for the lowest prices in the area.

There are several options for slope-side eateries ranging from a quick, healthy, and affordable snack bar to the reputable Traditions Restaurant, serving delicious New England-style cuisine in a laidback and warm environment. The area has no shortage of lodging options, from cozy b&b’s and slope side rooms to spacious condos and townhomes ideal for large families and groups. King Pine also promotes a series of impressive deals on ski and stay packages throughout the season. As far as nightlife, The Trails End Tavern is a homey, family-friendly pub that provides a great après ski environment without ever having to leave the slopes.

Getting Here

By plane, the closest major airport is in Boston, two and a half hours away. Manchester, NH also has an airpor, just two hours away from King Pine. By car, take I-95 to Portsmouth. Then take the White Mountain exit to Spaulding Turnpike (becomes Route 16). Take Route 16 North to Center Ossipee, then take Route 25 east (for about five miles) to Route 153 north (about six miles) where guests will find both resorts.

Vacation Coupons

View the category or activity's listed for great ski vacation deals, discounts and coupons. Get fantastic deals for a great ski vacation in New Hampshire!

Featured Blog Posts

Will There Be a Last Chair? 2016-2017 Ski Season Resort Closing Dates

The trees budding all across the Front Range in Colorado and Utah, and water sprinklers feverishly spraying golf courses are signs that spring is on us and summer is near. To the dismay of skiers and riders alike, it’s time to say goodbye to the bittersweet 2016-2017 ski season. This winter has been both good and […]

Read more...

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When it comes to choosing a college there are a lot of things to take into consideration. You might want to stay near family, or you might want to strike out on your own and gain some independence. You might want a college with specific programs or well-known professors. You might want a competitive atmosphere, […]

Read more...

Ski Slang You Should Know Before Hitting the Slopes

Once you’ve booked your dream ski trip, it’s time to brush up on your ski slang. After all, nobody wants to look like a gaper – or novice – out on the slopes, and nothing will give you away faster than not understanding the local ski-speak. So dust off your ski pants, break out the fresh goggles, and […]

Read more...

Don’t Ski? Don’t Worry. Enjoy Your Vacation With These Winter Activities for Non-Skiers

Mountain resorts are popular among travelers for vacations. With breathtaking views, crisp cool air, and exciting activities, it’s no secret why. Most people who go on vacation to large mountain resort towns spend a lot of their time skiing. While it’s a thrilling activity, and one that is enjoyed by many, not everyone loves it. […]

Read more...

How to Waterproof Your Gear in 3 Easy Steps

There’s nothing worse than spending a day on the mountain in cold and soggy gear. Your wet boots squish with each movement. Your fingers are frozen stiff. Your cuffs let moisture soak straight through to your sleeves. Unfortunately, ‘waterproof’ gear doesn’t last forever. With enough wear and tear, your favorite jacket’s ability to keep you […]

Read more...

How to Get the Best Ski Vacation Deals

If you are itching to hit the slopes, you might be looking for ski vacation deals that will allow you to take a vacation. However, as you might already know, ski trips cost money. Luckily, there are many ways to save. These are a few tips that can help you get the best ski vacation […]

Read more...

How to Save Money on Ski Vacations: 3 Tips for Cheaper Accommodations

If you’re planning on taking a ski vacation, you might be concerned about the cost of accommodations. If you’ve found our website, you probably want to stretch your budget for hitting the slopes. Follow these tips on how to how to save money on ski vacations by cutting your lodging costs so that you’ll have cash to spend on […]

Read more...

Get Insider Savings with Exclusive Deals at SkiCoupons.com

We know you – you save your vacation days for the first snowfall, and head for the mountains to slash downhill. There’s no better way for you to spend the day. But whether you frequent your favorite ski resort, or prefer a new adventure at each turn, skiing and snowboarding requires an investment in time […]

Read more...

Ski Resort Opening and Closing Dates for 2015-2016

The ski films are out, and you know what that means – ski season is just around the corner! Calgary in Canada closed out their summer with a blanket of snowfall, and early snowmaking has begun at Copper Mountain in Colorado, along with some other resorts across the nation. With El Nino’s rains blessing the […]

Read more...

Epic Snow Battle: Skiing vs. Snowboarding

Visit the snowy peaks of North America, and you’ll find be faced with an ultimate decision: should you ski or ride? In the wintery world of snow sports, does it matter whether you descend on one plank or two? It does, and here’s why. Old vs. new Skiing has been around since the beginning – literally […]

Read more...

Images Courtesy of King Pine Resort