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Terrain Parks - King Pine

Rider's Guide

The King Pine ski area is a perfect location for families, providing a large amount of beginner trails for novice boarders. Families and groups will find that of the 17 trails, 55% are rated for beginners, yet there is wicked a double black diamond deal for expert riders.

Parks and Pipes

Twisted Pine Terrain Park, a park that features plenty of boxes, jumps, and rails, is perfect for those looking to get in some serious tricks and hone fundamental skills. The park boasts a great 20-foot street-style down rail and a 16-foot fun box. The park continues to add different features each season and is continuously working to grow into a world-class terrain park. It welcomes riders and freestyle skiers equally and guarantees terrain and features suitable for any and all ability levels.

Out of Bounds

The resort has plenty for families to do besides snowboard, including snow tubing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and guided tours. The Purity Spring Resort also features lessons for the entire family, helping beginners to learn the basics of both skiing and snowboarding and more advanced riders hone specific skills.

Hangout & Hookup

The Purity Spring Resort is located in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, yet somewhat off the beaten path. The area hosts plenty of lodging along with some great dining and drinking options. Groups looking for après ski will find some at the Trail’s End Tavern located right at the base of the mountain, there are also several restaurants and casual dining spots. The area is a year-round resort and does not lake the amenities to keep you happy during your stay.